Justice Antonin Scalia Says Religion “in Public Places” is Okay!

For more than 35 years I have written on the topic of America’s religious foundation. I’ve written five books on the subject, dozens of articles, and participated in a debate with atheist lawyer Edward Tabash.

The study of American history will show that the atheists, ACLU, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and Freedom From Religion Foundation don’t have a constitutional or historical leg to stand on when they file suits against religious displays, sectarian prayers, monuments, or anything else religious as it relates to government.

They get away with their legal theatrics because:

(1) the general population is ignorant on the subject and

(2) the courts rule in terms of precedent and not historical verities.

“During a speech at Colorado Christian University on Wednesday [October 1, 2014], Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia argued that the U.S. Constitution does not prohibit religious references in public places, including schools.

Anyone who says otherwise on the facts of the case is lying…

 

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