Neither is there any mention of Jesus or the Bible.
right, Einstein, but no endorsements on public land (schools)
Must be why the courts have consistently held that such a thing does exist.
Why? They're all in on the conspiracy I guess?
Correct. The first amendment means that the government cannot impose a specific religion on anyone but the people have the right to practice their religion. It doesn't matter where they are even if it's a government building. So all the crap of government institutions stopping people from practicing their religion is against the constitution. It's not the building that dictates whether or not to practice the religion. It is the people. People in schools have the individual right to pray or not to pray and people who work for the government have a right to pray or not to pray. We would have more kids respecting others if they had more prayer in their lives.
The separation of church & state as well as the wall between the 2 is clearly documented by many of the founding fathers in their own writings as to how to keep government from getting involved with religion. The concept of a secular government being indifferent to religion seems like it should avoid government from interfering with religion, it has no power nor any advantage. As for the constitution, it clearly says that government is not to promote any religion. Well meaning individuals can appear to be both a representative of government, a school coach, while they promote their Christianity. The intent to separate the state from getting involved in religion is clearly made in the US Constitution as well as the ancillary writings of the founding fathers.
 October 10, 2015 at 2:27pm
Is freedom of speech still alive in America?
We can’t enjoy a little humor anymore?
Sheep of the lefty are idiot.