Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Rewriting History in Texas

They're just practicing in Texas. America is probably the next target.

Editorial - Rewriting History in Texas - NYTimes.com

Others are very worrisome, like questioning the doctrine of “separation between church and state” and dropping Thomas Jefferson, who coined the phrase, from a list of figures whose writings inspired political revolutions from the 1700s on.

2 comments:

Kevin Scheunemann said...

Are you saying the doctrine of "separation of church and state" shouldn't be questioned?

When progressives pervert the doctrine to mean a full assault all religious speech in public, everywhere...it needs to be questioned!

When I am literally targeted by left wing speech police if I dare attach an inspirational bible quote as "verboten" speech to my public official email, while the same "progressives" defend an insulting library director in public official email...the "separation doctrine" needs to be questioned!

Separation of church and state was not meant to ban and oppress religious speech, otherwise the public global warming worship is in real trouble these days!

I don't see challenging left wing speech oppression as a bad thing.

DanBack said...

You ought to rename your restaurant "Drama Queen".