A Monumental Victory for Prayer by the Supreme Court

Screen Shot 2014-05-05 at 2.41.46 PMPrayer has been and should be protected speech in this country but many have tried to change that throughout the course of our history. Today, the Supreme Court just ruled that prayer before legislative meetings is Constitutional in a 5-4 decision in the case of the Town of Greece v. Gollaway.

The court ruled that not only is prayer Constitutional before legislative meetings but that prayer does not have to be limited to a non-specific religion. If you pray using the name of “Jesus”, it is allowable under the Constitution.

Another victory by the Supreme Court and for our Constitution. Even though the vote was split, it is a reminder how important the 2016 election will be in who presides over the role as President and their choice for future Supreme Court Justices -upholding our Constitution depends on it.

To read more go to ACLJ.org: http://aclj.org/public-prayer/prayer-reaffirmed-at-the-supreme-court-town-of-greece-v.-galloway?sf25799686=1

Julie Klose

Virginia Politichick Julie Klose is a freelance writer and blogger. Julie covers all topics related to US and foreign politics but is particularly passionate about social issues. She is pro-life and has interviewed different people and organizations within the pro-life movement. Julie has been featured on several radio shows for her conservative opinions. She is a contributing writer and content editor for Barbwire.com. When she is not dabbling in political writing, she enjoys blogging on her personal blog site at www.thevelvetbrick.org where she mixes it up about faith, family, and politics. You can find Julie on Twitter @thevelvetbrick1 or on her Facebook page The Velvet Brick.

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