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Prayer is a key American right

August 8, 2012
By Christopher Santa

Today I stand resolute, perhaps a relic, still dreaming a dream aside the vanishing ghosts of long-dead men. Though it would be difficult, if not impossible, to argue that we Americans now live in anything but a post-constitutional United States, it remains anathema to me to ignore those individuals who feel qualified to dictate to me which rights I am entitled to enjoy. It is natural and correct for each of us to choose our own opinions; what is wrong is for one to presume to choose one's own facts. The very nature of these arguments which presuppose to tell me how to interact with my God is precisely that which widens the gulf between our extant progressive national leaders and our country's founders, who gave life and breath to this grand experiment in liberty.



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