Saturday, September 21, 2019

Don't Like "Integralism"?

The simple definition of "integralism" is that laws should reflect a moral order.

Lots of otherwise-sane people decry "integralism." 

Apparently this short list is just dandy for them.

...In 1962, the Court declared that voluntary, nondenominational prayer in public schools was unconstitutional (Engel v. Vitale).

In 1963, the Court declared that school-sponsored Bible reading was unconstitutional (Abington School District v. Schempp).

In 1973, the Court declared that state laws banning abortion were unconstitutional (Roe v. Wade).
In 1980, the Court declared that posting the Ten Commandments on the wall of public school classrooms was unconstitutional (Stone v. Graham).

In 2003, the Court declared that state laws criminalizing sodomy were unconstitutional (Lawrence v. Texas).

In 2015, the Court declared that state laws defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman were unconstitutional (Obergefell v. Hodges)....
 I'm sure they'll present a remedy for this--and for the coming battles in the War Against Nature--shortly.

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