In response to your story “Firing of Bible-toting teacher under review” – it has been apparent to me for many years that the educational system in this country needs 1) to be educated as to what the Constitution says and what it means, and 2) that the school districts need to bee taken to court and bankrupted every time they violate a student’s or a teacher’s religious freedom.
They love to quote the first part of the sentence in the Constitution that says, “Congress (and this means the federal, not state government) shall make no law ... continue reading »
If anyone wonders why Bill Clinton gave such a seemingly enthusiastic endorsement of Obama Wednesday night, here’s the answer: In four years Obama is termed out. Enter Hillary for president. If Romney wins and serves a possible eight years, Hillary might be considered too old to run – so it’s pretty easy to see why the Clintons would want Obama to serve another term. That’s assuming, of course, the nation as we now know it could survive under another four years of Obama.
The Democrats would probably have gotten better press if they had put Allah in their platform instead of God. At least they would not have irked the “Palestinians.”
N. Fritz Ackerman
I disagree that the booing at the DNC convention was in response to God being put back in the Democratic platform. It was the Arab Muslims who were booing the restored recognition that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. I was watching on Fox News, and the people shown booing and waving their hands were holding “I am an Arab American Democrat” signs.
ANY American Jew who can stand up and be aligned with the Demo-commies after this week should be considered a total embarrassment and traitor to the people who reside in Israel!
Even if I were an atheist, I would feel very uncomfortable about attending a mass event where fists were raised as many voices loudly proclaimed “NO!” to G-d and then booed the mention of His name, as happened three times at the Democratic Party convention. (Isn’t there something written somewhere about the hex of a threefold denial?) After all, even the most virulent atheist can never be fully certain his opinion is the truth. And, on the chance that there is a Divine Creator whose mystery is entangled in human affairs, why would even an atheist risk His wrath? ... continue reading »