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As readers of this site know by now, disgraced televangelist Jim Bakker has been selling giant buckets of food on his show, telling the audience that they’ll want it for when the world collapses during the Last Days. An 8-year supply of food runs you just $2,500.
That may be out of your price range. However, a 50-Day Sampler Bucket, with enough food for 154 meals, only costs $135.
When it comes to prayer at local government meetings, here’s how the law seems to be working following the Supreme Court’s 2014 Greece decision: City councils can invite local residents to deliver religious (or non-religious) invocations. Or they can have a moment of silence. Or they can do away with all that nonsense and get to work.
What they absolutely cannot do is only have Christian prayers at meetings or have a council member deliver those prayers.
In Monroeville, Pennsylvania, the city council is doing both. And now the ACLU says it will file a lawsuit: