Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Taxpayer Cash For Faith-Based Education???

A local blogger explores the bad idea as community leaders welcome the money but not the government oversight that comes with it . . . Read more:

The drift to public funding of religious schools

The phrase "separation of church and state" is found nowhere in the Constitution. As this Forbes piece explains, "The phrase 'separation of church and state' was initially coined by Baptists striving for religious toleration in Virginia, whose official state religion...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why not? The Trump Administration is pouring hundreds of million$ of your tax dollar$ into CARES "Small Business Loans" to certain Eastern and Southern Megachurches (all of them tax exempt, of course).
FACT! Look it up for yourself!

Besides, why the hell do you think somebody with no educational background or expertise like Betsy DeVoss was appointed Secretary Of Education?

Anonymous said...

Hey, @7:03, it worked, didn't it?

Wrapping the Bible in the Flag and a pack of Lies bought the "Evangelicals" unquestioning support for a whoremongering Draft Dodger who publicly brags about committing adultery while married to each of his three Wives and who has paid for at least four abortions that we know of!

Yep, offer them "Good Christians" some tax money free fer their "Houses Uv God" and they'll follow you anywhere - no matter how hot it gets!