Monday’s Column: “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” in the Supreme Court

Today’s column at WorldNetDaily is about a court case known as “Bong hits 4 Jesus.”

The ACLU, among others, are backing a guy who was a high school student in 2002 and unfurled the afrementioned banner across the street from the school. It was confiscated by the school’s principal, and, of course, a lawsuit ensued. The case has made it to the U.S. Supreme Court.

I noticed one peculiarity in all of this: The ACLU is fighting for the public school students right to display the word “Jesus” near school property. I wonder if they know what they’re doing.

Read the whole story in “ACLU finally backs Jesus — for a bong hit.”

Author: Doug Powers

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