Meanwhile, Congress itself is taking a few interesting steps. Since the judicial branch of the government is so gosh-darned pesky, the House has acted to take the constitutionality of 'Under God' out of the jurisdiction of the federal courts. Although this brings up the amusing specter of some states having godless pledges while others are fully godded, doesn't it seem strange (or scary) that the Supreme Court would not be able to rule on the case on appeal?
Let's try Fraid of the Courts Part II. Since the courts have already decided, after a leisurely 17 years of litigation, that the Soledad
I find this shell game creepy. With this hand, we sweep 'Under God' out of the federal courts and make it a state issue. With the other hand, we sweep this Cross out of the state and make it federal land.
Ok, I've ranted at you all enough.