Touchdown, Jesus!

We get a wild one a day from the Supreme Court now. Today they basically set us on the slippery slope back to public school prayer. Freedom of religion, you know. Archbishop Alito, Kardinal Kavanaugh, and the Handmaid of the Lord have spoken, although the Guy in the Stolen Seat wrote the opinion.

As long as it's white people praying to a white male God, it's all good. And don't worry, the teacher will have a gun and know how to use it.

If you're like me, you're mad, but save some cuss words for the next few days, because they have an environmental decision to issue before they and their bodyguards head for the beach. The case is about the EPA's power to control carbon emissions. That one is going to be a real doozy, I'm sure.

It was brave federal judges who led this country out of the 1930s. And make no mistake, this batch is taking us right back there, and quickly. Sadly for all of us, the world of the 21st Century is going to eat the 1930s alive. All the more reason to pray, I guess.


  1. If atheists believed in the power of prayer, we'd be praying right now.


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