Thursday, June 1, 2006 | “If the [Easter] cross violates the Constitution today, it violated the Constitution on or before April 18, 1954.” (Michael Grant disingenuously describes it as a war memorial, but it was the Easter Cross.)

Racial segregation and religious discrimination were and are also violated the Constitution. Does he think they should have been grandfathered in?

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