Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Commending the OU for doing some amazing Work!


Allow me commend the OU for doing some amazing Work! 

Posted on SCOTUS blog

Supreme Court Of The United States blog

Nathan Diament Guest

Posted Mon, June 26th, 2017 6:13 pm (please note time rt)

Symposium: Court ruling bolsters religious liberty… beyond the playground

Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Applauds Supreme Court Ruling Rejecting Exclusion of Houses of Worship from Government Grants Program: "Today's 7-2 ruling…puts state aid to synagogues and parochial schools for security and safety on explicit, solid Constitutional footing"

Mike Huckabee on the recent Supreme Court Decision 

A victory for religious freedom

By Mike Huckabee

Another victory for religious freedom from the Supreme Court: the SCOTUS ruled 7-2 in the case of Trinity Lutheran v. Missouri that the state violated a church preschool's constitutional rights by barring it from applying for a state grant for aid to resurface its playground with rubber from the state's tire recycling program. The state claimed it was a violation of separation of church and state, but the majority wrote that "this Court has repeatedly confirmed that denying a generally available benefit solely on account of religious identity imposes a penalty on the free exercise of religion." In other words, the grant wouldn't be used to promote religion; it was just to resurface a school playground, and denying the school the same benefit as all other schools just because it has a religious connection is religious discrimination....

my comments:

America is truly a Medina Shel Chesed, A Government of Kindness.  For that we must acknowledge and express much appreciation,  HaKoras Hatov in Hebrew! This ruling is just and the OU did a fabulous Job to advocate for this ruling!   


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