Separation of Church and State (part 6)
Hot on the heels of yesterday's look at supporters of secular public education (and just as Richard Dawkins makes another trenchant plea to end special government support for "faith schools"), here's a roster of vocal notables who oppose a separation of religious indoctrination and public schools.
Surely this half-dozen would have no problem agreeing on whose religion to teach, what prayers to lead the class in, and which beliefs to instill. Why, I can't foresee disputes over such little details among the God-fearing proponents of public prayer, can you?
Know anyone confused about who's for and who's against secular public education? Send 'em an image!