Friday, July 01, 2005


America's Christian Heritage

Jeremy Tedesco has a good - but not great - column on WorldNetDaily dealing with America's Christian heritage and how the Supreme Court is playing games with it. It's worth the read, but if you have the time, I would recommend the heavier version - a Pepperdine Law Review article co-authored by Tedesco and Jay Sekulow of the ACLJ - that really delves into the religious background of Justice Joseph Story and the protection of religious liberties in Vidal v. Girard, an 1844 case dealing with the teaching of Christian moral principles in public schools. Again, if you have the time...

There's talk the new Iraqi Constitution will encode Islam as its basis for law.

Is this a good thing for Iraq?
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