Monday, December 16, 2013

Lawsuit threat didn't stand

A great review of a fifth grade play performed for a standing-room only crowd in Texas - using the words of the founders to support religious freedom.
The recitations by the Founding Fathers were re-enacted by fifth grade class members, often in period costume. Direct quotes affirming the role of religion in America from the writings of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and William Bradford (governor of Plymouth Plantation in the 1600's), were recited without elaboration or interpretation, allowing the writers to speak for themselves.
Great use of freedom of speech.

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