The US Supreme Court threw out the challenge to the Pledge of Allegiance yesterday on a technicality. I'm disappointed as I was curious as to how the Supreme Court would rule on the issue of God and constitutionality. Given the current debate in the EU about God's role in the EU constitution I thought this ruling might provide some good food for thought.
The NY Daily News says that the "crusading godless" will be back. The next battlefront is in Europe and the Irish government has the responsibility finding a solution that will meet the requirements of a majority of citizens in every EU state.