Americans oppose secular government and want to see more religion in politics and public life, right?
That's the line parroted by Religious Right activists for the past 25 years. To hear them tell it, the Supreme Court, working in cahoots with advocates of church-state separation, has imposed a relentless secularism on the country that the people do not support and do not want.
That's what the Religious Right claims. Here is the reality: Most Americans don't want to live in a country where political leaders rely on religious texts as the basis of public policy. Read more