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SCOTUS Takes Town Board Meetings Prayer Case

The Supreme Court has accepted a case asking the question of whether beginning a town board/city commission meeting with prayer violates the Establishment Clause. I’m surprised they’ve actually decided to do this, and worried that it’s only being taken because … Continue reading

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Interesting, but What Does it Mean?

Thomas Caton and Marcus Walker have an article at  WSJ about the prospect of economically struggling EU states leaving the Euro, that includes this interesting-but-what-does-it-mean graph. Like the graph, the article focuses almost solely on the economic decline in these … Continue reading

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