Friday, March 23, 2007

The 9th Circuit Strikes Yet Again

The far-left 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, infamous for its hardline, goofy rulings against everything from the Boy Scouts to the Pledge of Allegiance to parental rights to determine what children learn in public school, has ruled against allowing a church to use a library meeting room for its services, saying that "mere religious worship" (you have to love the disdain) is not protected by the First Amendment.

Funny thing, though, the same 9th Circuit ruled that Muslim prayers are acceptable in California public schools.


Blogger Dana said...

It shouldn't come as a surprise, I suppose, as I once read that the 9th Circuit accounts for nearly 40 percent of all Supreme Court reversals in recent years. Also, half of the 9th's reversals by the High Court were not decided by simply a majority but were instead unanimous in their decision by the nine liberal and conservative justices.

10:19 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Great statistics!

Thanks for adding that info --
Best wishes, Laura

10:21 AM  

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