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Jul 10, 2015


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Wes Volkenant

Americans United took on the issue of the Christian Nation myth in its latest issue of "Church and State."

I found this editorial particularly strong on the separation of church and state issues - certainly with a far different perspective than Aleta Edin has on the issue (presumably she is looking for the Court to stay out of the way of her Christian Right bigotry)....


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