A new civics training program for public school teachers in Florida says it is a “misconception” that “the founders desired strict separation of church and state,” the Washington Post reports.
Brief but informative article.
If the woke crowd is freakin over the Supreme Court allowing a coach to take a knee and pray silently, they'd better brace themselves.
The notion that the Bill of Rights created a "Wall of Separation" between church and state comes from a letter Thomas Jefferson wrote to a group of Baptists in which he assured them that they are free to be Baptists as much as they like and the government can't interfere. Jefferson didn't intend to restrict religion. He meant to empower its freedom from state interference.
"But pb, but pb, Rights aren't absolute!"
All that said, Jefferson didn't participate in the writing of the Bill of Rights. He was in Paris at the time, serving as US Ambassador to France.
What this Court seems intent on doing is to turn back the clock to the days before the woke agenda was foisted on free citizens by judges and unelected bureaucrats.
Look for woke Church and State court decisions to be overturned.
Look for more deconstructing of fascist bureaucratic regulations.
Donna is already saying a version of the truth. However,...
The Supreme Court isn't, as she says, going to impose its own agenda. What it's going to do is tear down the woke world by requiring that the US become, again, a nation, "of the people, by the people and for the people."
Elections and legislation will, once again, matter.