Last week it was widely reported that a Federal judge, in an absurd decision, killed the National Day of Prayer.
No she didn’t.
It has also been widely speculated that the decision of the descriptively named Judge Crabb will be over-turned by a higher court and the National Day of Prayer will live again.
No it won’t.
Don’t get me wrong, I think this absurd decision – a decision which willfully ignores everything the framers thought and stood for – should be overturned. However, The National Day of Prayer was dead long before Crabb killed it and it will take more than reversal on appeal for it to ever really live again.
Truth is, the National Day of Prayer signifies nothing more than a blurb on a government calendar. For your average Joe, the National Day of Prayer is no more relevant than Arbor day. It is a day that…
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