I work for McGraw-Hill Education and I can tell you that all religions, including Christianity are taught and none of them are condemned or praised above another.<quoted text>
And why should that prisoner get to bring his prayer rug and foot wash to work, while a majority Christian person isn't allowed to pray.
Besides, the Trotskyites who run the schools have it all wrong. The Supreme Court has already said that you are allowed to teach the Christian religion from a historical, cultural and even moral perspective. What you are not allowed to do is to prosthelityze or to hold religious services in class.
Unfortunately the dummies who run the schools aren't smart enough to make this distinction.
Bottom line is that if people want their kids to start their day with a prayer, they should be allowed to.
We used to pray "God is great, God is good, let us thank him for our food ... " Nice, short, generic prayer. Nothing wrong with that as MOST religions believe in a diety.
Nothing wrong with having the state emphasize a little bit of humanity as being important in the lives of children. I can't wait for all this baby-boomer and Jewish athiest skum to die off so we can return to some sanity in this country.
There was never any sanity in this country. There were slaves and subjugation.