Last week’s Supreme Court decisions have stirred up lively debates on the state of our judicial branch. The Bong Hits 4 Jesus case earned national media attention, and has had everyone questioning the limits of free speech.
Don't many of the same people who claim that you have free-speech rights in public schools also insist that you don't have the right to pray in them?
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Klotz rightfully acknowledged the right of students to pray in school, but maintained that they should not be forced to pray, as he was:
We prayed all the time, right through high school. I prayed the girl behind me would open her legs when I “accidentally” dropped my pencil. (The view was called “tossing a hat.”)