Thursday, February 18, 2010

Iowa Judge tells Catholic Prosecutor to remove Ashes

We think the defense attorney who made the objection would have been too adept to object, as one commentor elsewhere observed, had the prosecutor been a Jew with a yarmulke.

Where's Bill Donahue now?

The age-old question of separation of church and state played itself out in a Marshall County courtroom Wednesday.

After a lunch recess while prosecuting a trial for attempted murder, Assistant County Attorney Paul Crawford returned from lunch with ash on his forehead. He is Catholic and celebrating Ash Wednesday is something millions of people all around the world do.

Read the laugh-riot of courtroom bullying...