Supreme Court upholds school choice…

Posted by Kane on June 24, 2022 1:58 am

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NOne
NOne

I really do not giveAshit what anyone from CNN thinks.

MickJT
MickJT

Well you Presstitutes are NOT doing your job, it’s time to put you back in the sewer you came from!

jonnyporkchild
jonnyporkchild

Major win for conservatives and Christians!

Sembawang
Sembawang

Masturbation provocateur sez it better. What ya think Jeffery?

Charles B. Van Duzer
Charles B. Van Duzer

Libs despise the ‘two-way’ street nature of the Bill of Rights. They much prefer for the rights to be what they say they are at any particular moment.

ben
ben

If you have ever seen the hills have eyes,it’s about liberals and how they live.

JM
JM

Toobin is a Sicko….you belong in a dirty used car in an alley somewhere where you can be appreciated by all the other pervs.

BeeGee
BeeGee

“Sotomayor accuses supreme court conservatives of dismantling church-state separation” One would think a member of SCOTUS would know that no such phrase exists in the Constitution or the amendments. It is a phrase used by President Thomas Jefferson when replying to the Connecticut Baptist who were concerned that the State (the FEDS) would mandate a religion and President Jeffereson assured them that there was a separation of Church and State, that the State would not mandate a National Religion. FYI: Individual states can mandate a religion unless their Constitution says otherwise.

teslah8r
teslah8r

Thanks..I thought the “church/state” language came much later, like during the 1940s/1950s but I’m no expert on it…was that something else?

Nannu Pawlu
Nannu Pawlu

And that is in line with the “Establishment” clause of the first Amendment Establishment of Religion has a specific meaning (i.e. a national Church like the Church of England, in England) ). It has nothing to do with separation of State and Religion. This is confirmed by the “No Religious Test Clause” in Article VI, Clause 3 of the United States Constitution, which in recent times Demonrats in Congress, particularly in the Senate have been trying to impose on nominees to the US Judiciary of they opposed to abortion.

It has always been intriguing how “schizophrenic and oxymoronic” secular governments have always found some way of discriminating against all the Rules of Equity and Equal Treatment Under the Law embedded in their own Constituions, as to withhold equal educational funding to students (and all their taxpaying parents) who go to a school other than State School which have proven records of performing better and achieving equal and in most cases superior educational outcomes than State schools, at less cost..

The Right Chump
The Right Chump

Smiling all night on this one.

danb
danb

W–WHAT? The law was enforced??? Someone actually enforced the law???

Haha
Haha

Was he masturbating during the interview?

Alec Trevalyan
Alec Trevalyan

So the ruling was that when the 1st Amendment says: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; . . .”, what that really means is, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; . . .

Thanks for clearing that up SCOTUS. How much does that job pay?

Sabra Ruth
Sabra Ruth

As some of us produced list upon list of Trump’s accomplishments during his 4 years in office to friends and some family members who could not abide mean tweets and couldn’t think outside their little country club mindset, the one final blow to their “grave displeasure” was always, “Well, he was true to his promise to nominate conservative justices to the Supreme Court. If that is all he has done positive in your eyes, I think it will be worth his mean tweets.” And with rare disagreement, they concurred.

Now, I know some on this feed don’t appreciate some of these “conservative judges,” but my opinion is that you are speaking from hindsight – 20/20, etc.. We were thrilled at the time of his choosing and it was always a “wait and see” game. For me, I’m grateful because much of their decisions since in office would never have been possible without a Trump presidency.

Really, juxtaposing the swift movement toward the destruction of our country with this current court can give you whiplash. While the worst of the worst is happening and nearly all news is bad news, suddenly Roe vs Wade is dangling on the precipice with everyone warning of its impending death. It’s wild!

Mike Honcho
Mike Honcho

I really don’t care for the opinion of someone who plays with their dingy during a zoom call.

Atb2
Atb2

Jeffrey “waxing the toboggan” Toobin is triggered…look out below!

Kate
Kate

Glory to God ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

Watchman
Watchman

Yes, all glory to God. Amen!

Watchman
Watchman

Keep the momentum up. The leftists are losing one step at a time. November begins ‘Operation Shitcan’

WEPS
WEPS

The money going to these religious schools were taxes paid by the parents who want their Children to get a better education than they would receive in the defunct public schools. So in effect the government is actually returning some of those tax dollars to the original owners to spend as they desire.

Jay
Jay

Seems like SCOTUS ruled on a ‘no-brainer’, which is why the Commies have such a difficult time with it.

Al
Al

Susan Collins is a rino that needs to be voted out

Libertyโ€™s Defender
Libertyโ€™s Defender

Whereโ€™s RoevWade? The world wonders.

Gizapowerplant
Gizapowerplant

They need to hold off the riots… It’s too early in the summer.The desicion needs to be closer to the elections to gain maximum effect.

Shane
Shane

The Supreme Court shhh-it all over the Constitution and religious freedom when they allowed employers, both public and private, to force โ€œback seensโ€ on people, while those who refused were fired. The SC doesnโ€™t give a damn about religious freedom.

FreeManWalking
FreeManWalking

Toobin was free to be paid to masterbate publicly on Zoom, and he Beotching about school choice and religious freedom?

Lisa
Lisa

Not great. As soon as diversity hits private schools they’ll go in the toilet, too. Perfect.

Reintarnation
Reintarnation

They need to be asked if they feel the same way about an Islamic madrasa?

yfa
yfa

Win for the good guys.

notluf trebor
notluf trebor

Why and on what constitutional basis is the federal government involved in education?…Besides, the grants the schools accept are from where the tentacles of tyranny reach out to pull us into destruction.

bigchucktoo
bigchucktoo

The Constitution never mentions education. The power-money hungry garbbers in DC have used the “general welfare” clause to invade education. Jimmy Carter started this. The entire dept of Ed should be abolished and educational matters left up to states and local districts. Return the D of E tax money to We The People.

Jello
Jello

https://massie.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=395319
Press Releases
Rep. Massie Introduces Bill to Abolish Federal Department of Education
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Washington, DC, February 8, 2021
For Immediate Release
February 8, 2021
Contact: massie.press@mail.house.gov
(202) 225-3546
Representative Thomas Massie announces that he has introduced H.R. 899, a bill to abolish the federal Department of Education. The bill, which is one sentence long, states, โ€œThe Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2022.โ€
(snip)

DuckFemocrats
DuckFemocrats

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; ”

The left always leaves out the second half, “prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. Just like they leave out the second half of the send amendment and focus solely on “militia”.

FreeManWalking
FreeManWalking

PLUS… they quote from a Jefferson letter to the Baptist “There is a wall of Separation between Church and State”, like it is part of the US Constitution.

Dee Gee
Dee Gee

THAT’S EQUAL JUSTICE!

THE MONEY FOLLOWS THE K-12 CHILD AS DIRECTED BY THE PARENTS!

College students may use Federal grants, etc. at religious or non-religious schools already.

Dee Gee
Dee Gee

COMPETITION!!

tomtom
tomtom

so now religious schools will be begging for government cash and once hooked on it, will be carrying whatever water the government wants. Just like when charities began to get government cash, Catholics Charities and Lutheran Brotherhood began using illegal immigration as a revenue stream. not real excited to see your local high performing private school teaching CRT and forcing injections and puberty blockers as well as unionizing the teachers.

Deborah
Deborah

Liberals will become undercover operators at religious schools in order to ” fundamentally transform” aka Destroy them. Just like they are doing to the GOP, who in their right mind thinks GOPe’s are really conservatives? or Thinks that Democrats leaving the DNC joining the republican party is a good thing?

Jello
Jello

Yep.
He who pays the piper calls the tune.

Laughton 57
Laughton 57

Public schools – including teachers, admin, state/Fed admin, etc. are not interested in teh quality of education. It’s all about money. Our MN gov is a recovering teacher (and failing at it). He spent millions of MN surplus money (AKA taxpayer’s money) to provide funding for people who worked to fight the Virus. This included teachers who stayed home for two years. If you want to know what teachers stand for, watch what makes them settle the next time they go on strike. They say ‘it’s for the children’ and then settle when the money is passed to them. there is never a spending bill in MN that doesn’t include more money for ‘education’ read teachers. And our students couldn’t pass grade level learning from 1980’s.

Usta
Usta

I donโ€™t understand why it takes an act from the Supreme Court to uphold religious freedom and school choice. Who do you think is paying for this? Shouldnโ€™t the people paying have a choice? My choice my body hello. Conservatives are the pro-choice party.

Oliver Brown
Oliver Brown

Uh .. this country was founded on religious liberty

Fred
Fred

I’d like to see the descent’s justifications.

Mrs. Patriot
Mrs. Patriot

“Dissent”

chuckee
chuckee

On the lighter judicial side, this quote from yesterday’s Wall Street Journal commentary about the NYS Supreme Court recent denial of petitioner Nonhuman Rights Project’s application to have elephants declared human:

“…Happy the elephant at the Bronx Zoo, was rebuffed in a 5-2 decision by the New York State Court of Appeals. For now, an elephant is an elephant, not a person, though elephants are clearly smarter than two dissenting New York state judges and the humans at the Nonhuman Rights Project.”

The U of Penn women’s swim team can now rest easy knowing that transelephant Happy won’t be showing up for a spot on the team any time soon. Poor thangs. What, with an assortment of gender confused, genderless, transgender, transpecies, transelephants, pregnant men and plant based Jabba the Hut type beings, each with their own set of pronouns, and each clutching freshly issued judicial decisions from California declaring their humanity as teenage women. potentially vying for a spot on the U of Penn women’s swim team, the team will look more like a Star Wars bar with flippers than a women’s swim team.

Fred
Fred

Winning!

Joeblow
Joeblow

A great victory for parents and America

chuckee
chuckee

On the lighter judicial side,

MAGAAGAIN
MAGAAGAIN

Religion is nothing more than a worldview with God in it.

Those without a belief and reverence for God have THEIR worldview(s); that worldview(s) IS their godless religion; they believe that THEIR worldview(s) is superior to the other(s) BECAUSE it has no God.

There can not be a separation of worldview and government.

P
P

I knew without looking who the 3 that disagreed were. Typical leftist.