HAS THE SUPREME COURT DISTILLED OUR VALUES SYSTEM?

by Oscar Y. Harward, ©2017

(May 27, 2017) — Many educators in ‘public’ schools, colleges, and/or our universities are failing to teach our children the basic principles in our Constitutional freedoms based on Judeo-Christian values as inscribed by our Founding Fathers.

Senators must become more aware of each Presidential SCOTUS nominee; their personal and political ideals.  Does the SCOTUS nominee(s) know, believe, support, and practice Judeo-Christian values?  Will SCOTUS nominee(s) support restoring our Constitutional freedoms involving changes as intended by our Founding Fathers?

Each sitting Senator must inquire of Presidential SCOTUS nominees as to whether or not they will support Constitutional Judeo-Christian values.

The SCOTUS decision, Engel v. Vitale (No. 468) as decided on June 25, 1962 struck down New York State law requiring a daily Bible reading thereof in ‘public’ schools https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/370/421.

Our ‘public’ schools’ children are now taught their own atrocious value-rated beliefs by instructors rather than individual freedoms as expressed by our Founding Fathers.  The 1963 ‘SCOTUS School District of Abington Township, Pennsylvania v. Schempp’ removed the Bible from our ‘public’ schools https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/374/203.

The USA needs a few minor constitutional surgical procedures on this document, not a new Article.

God, America, and our Judeo-Christian communities deserve better http://education.findlaw.com/student-rights/school-prayer-and-the-pledge-of-allegiance-background.html.

 

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  1. Each sitting Senator must inquire of Presidential SCOTUS nominees as to whether or not they will support Constitutional Judeo-Christian values.

    The 1st amendment to the US Constitution reads, ” Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;….”

    Notice that the amendment provides for “freedom from religion” before it provides for “freedom of religion.”

    Although many of the founding fathers were Christians, they clearly did not intend for religion to be a part of any government institution. I would suggest the author study the writings of Thomas Jefferson who actually came up with his own version of the New Testament which defined Jesus as a good man but not the son of a deity.