A New York town’s policy about opening town meetings with prayer was struck down by an appeals court last May. In a bizarre twist, the court instructed the town to invite non-Christian clergy from neighboring communities to open its meetings with invocations because the town consists primarily of Christians, and local non-Christians may feel left out by Christian prayers.

Sounds strange, doesn’t it? Alliance Defending Freedom thinks so, and its attorneys have appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on this ruling.

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  1. Betty Ratcliffe

    Why can’t Obama give out FREE ear plugs to the secular citizens instead of spending some much time and money on jumping hurdles with the supreme court( is this a fear tactic to create a crisis once again?)

    🙂 Thanks for the articles….

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