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Constitution Day, Part II

Cornell University used Constitution Day to chastise President Bush. According to Cornell University President, Hunter R. Rawlings III, “There is a strong movement [by President Bush] to blur the line between church and state — it’s not stealth. All you have to do is look at theocratic regimes and the results are fairly self-evident. The state occasionally does have to take cognizance of religion, but we’re going way too far,” said Rawlings.

The University President also described the teaching of creationism as “anti-intellectual.” He said that James Madison would be “turning over in his grave” watching President Bush enact faith-based initiatives. And just in case Rawlings didn’t make his anti-Bush stance clear enough, he criticized the President’s directive that justices understand that rights come from God.

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Mr. Mattera is the editor-at-large of HUMAN EVENTS and the author of the New York Times bestseller Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation (Simon & Schuster). He also hosts The Jason Mattera Show on News Talk Radio 77WABC. Previously, he was the Spokesman for Young America's Foundation and a TV correspondent for Michelle Malkin. Follow Jason on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

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