There are many in our society who feel the Constitution should only be interpreted with regard to the “original intent” of the Framers of the Constitution. 572 more words
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Balancing High Risks: Mountain Climbing and the First Amendment
By James J. S. Johnson
When an American astronaut reverently quotes from Psalm 24, and is promptly faulted by a critic—for “violating” the so-called “separation of church and state” 2,485 more words
September 17th, 1787. This was the day the Constitution of the United States of America was adopted and then ratified only a year later.
Since that time, that document and our people have been under pervasive and relentless attack from powers the world over, and those powers have won. 739 more words