If you’re an avid Simpsons fan like me, you’ll recall the time Ned Flanders, the religious “neighboroni” to the Simpson family, becomes the principal of the elementary school. Flanders leads the school in a simple prayer: “Let us thank the lord.”
Upon hearing the fledgling prayer, Superintendent Chalmers, the hard-to-please school system administrator, erupts in a small uproar. “A prayer?” he yells. “A prayer in a public school? Prayer doesn’t belong in a public school just like facts don’t have a place within organized religion.” Read the full article.