Let Us Pray (But to Whom?)

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In May, the Supreme Court held that the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause is not offended when a city council opens its meetings with a short prayer (Town of Greece v. Galloway).  While this result seems to be an example of commonsense constitutionalism, conservatives should . . .

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