01 December 2016


If a small town cannot put a cross on top of a water tower or a nativity creche in the square because of the 1st Amendment's restrictions on government with regards to creating a state religion; this holds true even if a non governmental entity is funding the display of religion.

How then can a state university, a government entity receiving government money, restrict speech in any manner?

It's not even a different amendment!

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