All of Charleston feels sorry for you, Thomas.
McCollum v. Bd. of Educ., 333 U.S. 203, 231 (1948). In “no activity of the State is it more vital to keep out divisive forces than in its schools, to avoid confusing, not to say fusing, what the Constitution sought to keep strictly apart.”
The First Amendment is critical for freedom of religion. As our society becomes more and more secular, Christians are likely to increasingly appreciate it.
"Why do we obstruct the rights of minority after minority in South Carolina?" That's easy. Bigotry.
I'd prefer that we only have ONE laughingstock politician in SC at a time. Guess I'll not get my wish this month.
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