So a federal judge in Atlanta has ruled that the evolution stickers, placed in science textbooks in Cobb County, Georgia schools, are unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Clarence Cooper says, "Rather, the distinction of evolution as a theory rather than a fact is the distinction that religiously motivated individuals have specifically asked school boards to make in the most recent anti-evolution movement, and that was exactly what parents in Cobb County did in this case,"..."a message that the school board agrees with the beliefs of Christian fundamentalists and creationists." (CNN)
Another judge's interpretation of the Establishment Clause is WRONG again. Apparently he does not fully understand the Separation of Church and State. Simply put, the United States Government may not establish any particular form of Christianity. If you want the full text, read it here:
Remember dear friends that the Judicial branch of our government was setup to interpret the law. Not create it, nor enforce, but interpret only. Interpretations are susceptible to error. Yet, it seems more and more that our judges are having an extremely poor time interpreting the law correctly. Maybe they need to re-study the Constitution all over again.
Christian parents take heed: home school your children or put them in a private Christian school. Your kids will thank-you for it in the future.