Let’s be honest and realistic with ourselves.   The United States Constitution is a masterpiece that is admired like no other by those who respect the law.  BUT in the hands of lawyers, judges and especially the ‘Supreme’ Court, it is just an excuse to manipulate the laws, the people and the country that they now control. One need look no further than the following example (among the many before it) to see that The Constitution has become clay in the hands of the Lawyer Oligarchy that runs America.


As Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1808, “Certainly no power to prescribe any religious exercise, or to assume authority in religious discipline, has been delegated to the general government. It must then rest with the states as far as it can be in any human authority.” The Supreme Court, by accepting this case and not sending it back to the state of New York to be settled by state authorities according to state law and the state constitution, is itself in violation of the First Amendment. It is assuming authority the Founders explicitly forbade them to exercise. The Court, by even hearing this case, is breaking down Jefferson’s famous wall of separation, a wall established by the Constitution to prevent the central government from meddling in religious affairs.

First Amendment prohibits Supreme Court from ruling on city council prayer

Posted in November 6, 2013 by By Bryan Fischer  –   The Supreme Court has before it a case from Greece, New York, regarding the issue of that city’s practice of opening city council meetings with prayer. I must preface my comments here with the caveat that I am speaking only for myself, and that I am referring to the Constitution of the United States as it was given to us by the Founders, not as it has been mangled virtually out of all recognition by an activist judiciary. With that being said, the first word in the First Amendment makes clear that the federal government, which includes the Supreme Court, has no constitutional authority whatsoever to prohibit a city council from opening its meetings in prayer.  Read more…

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