Thursday, December 29, 2005

In case you missed it...

The Sixth Circuit ruled that the Constitution does not demand a "wall of separation" between church and state. It called the ACLU's repeated use of that phrase "tiresome". Although this decison was reported in several smaller newspapers and the First Amendment Center, it failed to make the alphabet networks or the NYT.

Scott Ott at Scrappleface has a humorous look at the event (non-event according to NYT).

Those of us who could actually read the Constitution already knew that the wall of separation was a fabrication based on a comment in a letter from Thomas Jefferson to a Baptist minister, assuring said minister that the government would keep out of personal religious matters.

Of course, this is in keeping with the Times' War on America, as documented by Michelle Malkin.

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