Sunday, August 23, 2015
Judicial Tyranny in Mississippi
"How great I art."
A high school in Mississippi stopped its marching band from performing at halftime during a Friday night football game because part of their repertoire was the gospel song, "How great Thou art." That is because US District Court Judge Carlton Reeves (an Obama appointee) prohibited the song under threat of a $10,000 fine. Todd Starnes has the report for Fox News.
And you wonder why people are so fed up they are willing to vote for a guy like Donald Trump.