Church Over State: A Picture Says a Thousand Words

Matthew Spalding /

For decades now the secular Left has constantly pressed at every opportunity to keep any semblance of religion away from anything that is somehow connected to government.  There must be a complete and unbridgeable separation of Church and State, they always say, a misreading (and misuse) of a letter Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1801.  That wall “must be high and impregnable,” the Supreme Court ruled in 1947. “We could not approve the slightest breach.”

As a result, we can’t have prayers in public schools, at football games or graduations, and the secularists are hard bent to remove “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance.  They have sued to remove “In God We Trust” from our currency, and to prevent prayer at presidential inaugurals. (more…)