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Free Citizen

This writer espouses individual liberty, free markets, and limited government.

Location: Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

The Big Lie of Church-State Separation

[David Kupelian is vice president and managing editor of WorldNetDaily.com and Whistleblower magazine.]

"Get your hands off our God!" shouted one indignant protester.

Others, urging him to stay calm, knelt on the ground and prayed. Still other demonstrators took to chanting, "Put it back! Put it back! Put it back! ..." >>> Read more >>>


Blogger Geo said...

I can't tell where you stand on this issue of separation of church and state. The libertarians up here in the Northwest are for separation of church and state, but Southern Libertarians, deeply influenced by being raised in the Bible belt, don't seem to share the Northwestern Libertarian view of church and state separation. Am I correct in my inference?

It's okay. Secular humanism could be called a religion, I suppose, since it's a value based system which doesn't rely on beliefs in hypothetical superbeings to support its world view. So I suppose I could see its also being removed from the schools.

Now, of course, some try to say that science is secular humanism which it isn't. It's just an objective and rational approach to the natural world and has no views about a supernatural and immaterial existence since it depends strictly on descriptions and quantifications of the natural world for coming to its conclusions. I couldn't be for the removal of science from the schools.

Thu Apr 06, 07:14:00 PM CDT  

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