Amen! Re-blogging, which will also end up on twitter.
© Sherman Dye, Feb. 26, 2016
The fifty-first state of Destin is once again in the news as the FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation) has found that local ministers in some areas are arriving on school campuses to speak at Bible clubs.
While this does not occur in every school in the state, there are many schools throughout the state which have long-standing relationships with religious leaders in their area. FFRF has found (and it hasn’t exactly been kept secret) that these leaders have been invited to speak on school grounds. But according to federal judicial rulings, this is a violation of the “separation of church and state” (a doctrine found nowhere in the constitution), and so the FFRF has taken it upon themselves to correct this grievous injustice against local students and taxpayers who are forced to vicariously support the actions of local religious leaders.
Although Destin has reorganized…
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