No Person of Faith Should Want Faculty-led Prayer in Schools

A close look at the First Amendment shows it is even broader in scope than the “shall not be infringed” Second Amendment, but SCOTUS has long held that even the First Amendment must have limits. (thecollegiatelive.com)

Before the Supreme Court is a case named Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. To make a long explanation much shorter, Joe Kennedy — the Bremerton High School football coach who was fired for insisting on gathering his team to pray at the 50-yard line immediately after games — claims his First-Amendment freedom of religion rights were violated. He claims it doesn’t matter that the…

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Retired Navy. Inveterate contrarian. If I haven’t done it, I’ve usually done something close.

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