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Jay, More than a week has gone by since a district court judge in Connecticut ruled that a public high school could not hold its two high schools’ graduation ceremonies in a cathedral, yet I haven’t heard any complaints from […]

Jay, you were certainly right to support a student’s right to wear a rosary in spite of a public school’s “anti gang symbol” policy–and indeed to challenge the facial constitutionality of the school’s fundamentally flawed approach to restricting First Amendment […]

Jay, I too would like to get to the bottom of all this and get some answers on what Kagan’s views truly are. I am troubled by some things that I have read, and I need to know where Kagan […]

Jay, For once, we may actually agree on something. Because Kagan is not a judge, she lacks a clear record on church-state issues. That’s why Americans United is also calling on the Senate Judiciary Committee to fill in the picture […]

Jay, I prayed today.  I forgot that this was National Day of Prayer.  I hope no members of Congress objected to me acting on my own and basically not giving one hoot what they thought about it.  Maybe I should […]

A fractured Supreme Court yesterday decided to remand–or send back to the lower court–the contentious case involving a congressional “land swap” that allowed the Veterans of Foreign Wars to keep a cross up in the Mojave National Preserve. Justice Anthony […]

Jay, I find your arguments regarding the National Day of Prayer decision highly unpersuasive, and quite frankly, wrong. First, our country does not have “a long history of recognizing the national day of prayer dating back to the late 1700’s,” […]

Jay, I just heard some great news: a U.S. District Judge has ruled today that the congressional mandated National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional. I’m sure you have already read the decision, but Judge Barbara Crabb rightfully concluded that the […]

Jay, You are right — Justice John Paul Stevens did make it clear where he stands on church-state separation and I would like to see his successor do the same. While you may not appreciate Justice Stevens for his contributions […]

Jay, I’m glad you brought up this soon-to-be-argued controversy. Americans United has also joined in on this case, filing a friend-of-the-court brief in support of University of California, Hastings College of Law for their commitment to stand up against discrimination. […]