viernes, 8 de noviembre de 2013
Supreme Court struggles over how religious prayer should be on public meetings
The Supreme Court of the US doubts greatly if they should generalize more in their prayers on public meetings or not. The root of this dilemma is the variety of cultures and religions in the US, many attendants are Jews, Muslims, atheists, Catholic, Protestant, or some other religion. This is a problem when a country has so many people from all parts of the world. I think the United States should remain loyal to their Christian foundations and not let the secularization of this century invade their prayers on public meetings.