What is now upon us is the sense that our constitution does not simply call for the freedom of religion, but the freedom from it. In other words, that we must sanitize any and all aspects of religion from public life.
Missourians will vote August 7 on a proposed amendment to the state constitution that supporters say would protect residents' right to pray in public, and if a recent poll is any indication, it could pass by a mammoth margin.
First Lady Michelle Obama recently spoke to attendees of the African Methodist Episcopal church about Jesus and American politics, comparing voting and political action to Christian faith. This raises two significant problems.
In today's flat economy, our youth are suffering the most. One professor says the root of these problems is not primarily economic -- instead, they began 50 years ago this month when the Supreme Court banned prayer in public schools.