Does the majority rule when it comes to religion in public schools? A West Texas public school official seems to think so.
There are times when I think we should just round up every church-state attorney we can find, fly them down to Texas and start suing school districts until they behave.
I realize Texas has a tradition of being stubborn – it used to be an independent republic, after all – but things are getting out of hand.
A squad of Texas high school cheerleaders deserves a Bronx cheer for disrespecting church-state separation.