World War I, the Supreme Court, and a cross in the Mojave desert: what does this mean?

So, I’ll pick up a hot potato: In what seems like it is becoming a typical 5-to-4 decision last week , the Supreme Court decided in Salazar v. Buono that the World War I memorial—or more precisely, the cross that is part of the memorial—that stands in the Mojave National Preserve is not unconstitutional and does not advance a particular religion. To be precise, the cross no longer sits on public land but on land owned by the VFW, but that’s all part of the particulars of the case

Link:
World War I, the Supreme Court, and a cross in the Mojave desert: what does this mean?


Posted

in

by

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *