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Jackson’s Comments On Religion Ring True

November 17, 2013

How neutral is neutral enough when it comes to religion? That question will be decided when the U.S. Supreme Court issues its decision in Greece v....

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StoneJarl

Nov-20-13 7:56 PM

Search <Douglas v. City of Jeannette >

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StoneJarl

Nov-20-13 7:53 PM

May I suggest that before additional comments, all may wish to actually read Justice Jackson's opinion. Absolutely a wonderful read of a talented man. I suspect that many will be agreeing though out the opinion. But consider, what is the difference to a man of one religious sect being forced to hear curses on his sect from another and a man of no religious sect subject to rituals of other sects?

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50s4ever

Nov-20-13 5:12 PM

Like returning slaves to their owners?

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Overdrive

Nov-19-13 6:28 PM

50s, of course! Supreme Court decisions need to be followed whether we like them or not!

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bobbojr

Nov-18-13 4:54 PM

Bizarre AT BEST, UNCONSTITUTIONAL at WORST. The Constitution is clear, yet we will have those who disagree because they are Christian and insist on praying to God or Jesus before any important activity, What about our Hebrew brothers and sisters, our muslim brothers and sisters, our atheist brothers and sisters, our budist brothers and sisters, our agnostic brothers and sisters et al. We are a nation of free people able to espouse what ever faith we wish or none at all. Let's maintain it.

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50s4ever

Nov-18-13 3:37 PM

If the SCOTUS rules it's okay, will you accept it as the law of the land like you did Obamacare?

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Emelye

Nov-18-13 2:01 PM

A prayer by any religious sect before a government meeting is superfluous and gives the appearance, if not the reality, of government promoting religion. It's not necessary and I think it's inappropriate for a city council to engage in any religious display of piety as a matter of routine.

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50s4ever

Nov-18-13 12:25 PM

I've always wondered about the routine three disagrees. Are there three monkeys?

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duckster

Nov-17-13 9:16 PM

retarded

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Chuck2

Nov-17-13 1:41 PM

Because they have nothing else of any importance to think about or argue about.

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50s4ever

Nov-17-13 7:04 AM

Seriously...when it comes to the atheist turn, is there just a moment of silence? I think all others believe in a higher power.

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50s4ever

Nov-17-13 7:02 AM

I'd rather have none. And throw water on the witches. (to reduce the flames of course)

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