the founding fathers said separation of church from state but SCOTUS is not always abiding

In recent years, the Supreme Court has made many decisions that do not adhere to the constitution. “But, in recent years, conservatives have contrived various means to obtain access to government money for religious entities, such as schools, and the lawyers representing them are receiving an ever more sympathetic hearing at the Court.” This is from an article written by Jeffrey Toobin.

Charter schools are a big example of tax money going to some religious based charter schools. Devos, education secretary, under Trump is pushing this agenda as we speak. More reasonable decisions are needed in the Supreme Court and by those working in our government. The middle class party that I promote wants more reasonably-minded people to be elected, and of course justices that understand and follow the US constitution.

link

https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/the-supreme-court-is-quietly-changing-the-status-of-religion-in-american-life

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