Hugo Black was a Catholic hating Klansman.
“Separation of Church and State” is in the same (liberal) Constitution wherein you can find “A Woman’s Right to Abortion.”
Why didn’t Christine O’Donnell tell Coons this? The clips I saw, she kept saying, “In the Constitution?” over and over. She obviously knew it wasn’t in there, so I don’t know why did she allowed everyone to laugh at her.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Whats with all the laws passed to restrict "the Church" from "the State"..
Democrats must be dyslexic.. they reverse the context..
AND no republicans call them on it..
THIS MUST CHANGE... and it is.. The TP Caucus is growing, growing, growing..
I don’t need the Media to tell me about Separation of Church and State.
First off, they do not even have the terminology right, little lone any answer.
What the founding fathers referred to was the Separation of THE POWERS of CHURCH, and THE POWERS of STATE.
'splains a lot.
I like Phyllis Schlafly’s book The Supremacists better than Levin's ‘Men in Black’. Bought them both. Levin gets himself in a corner on the chapter about filibustering judges. It is like he thought a Democrat could never win.
“Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State”
the foundation of “Americans United for Separation of Church and State”
Bigotry by any other name is still bigotry.
never once in the media reports about that woman destroying an “art print” of a painting of Jesus engaged in a sex orgy did I read about how it was a taxpayer funded work and how the government had NO business funding religious (pro OR CON) artworks.
“Is it any wonder that the newest Supreme Court justice, Elena Kagan, did not require the study of constitutional law when she was dean of Harvard Law School but did require the study of foreign law? Those future federal judges graduating Harvard might catch onto the fable liberal activists have gone to such trouble weaving.”
The answer is simple boycott anyone with a legal degree from Harvard law school.
I wish O’Donnell would have asked Coons where in the Constitution is the part that allows the Federal Government to control education in the first place - and see him justify that. If the Feds weren’t controlling so many areas of our lives, so much land that should be under state/local control, etc., their “separation of church and state” mantra wouldn’t be so onerous since it would at least be limited.