On this Sunday today’s read is from William Federer, a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. Here’s an excerpt:
The war on prayer by progressive lawyers and judges has limited “mandatory” school-sponsored prayer, but students still have the right to “voluntarily” pray!
Brad Dacus, President of Pacific Justice Institute, stated (www.legaltopray.com):
“In every case defending students’ rights to pray, the students have prevailed, even teachers have the right to pray in school.”
A generation ago, President Bill Clinton stated at James Madison High School, July 12, 1995:
“The First Amendment does not require students to leave their religion at the schoolhouse door …
If students can wear T-shirts advertising sports teams, rock groups or politicians, they can also wear T-shirts that promote religion …
Religion is too important to our history and our heritage for us to keep it out of our schools …”
There’s plenty more. Read it all here.