Independent government study suggests lack of safeguards for religious grants
By Robert Marus
Published July 20, 2006
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- An independent government study has found that federal
programs providing grants to religious organizations do not sufficiently safeguard
the separation of church and state.
The determination echoes analysis by experts in the field and critics of President Bush's
attempts to expand the government's ability to fund social services through churches
and other deeply religious groups.
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What is interesting is that this article is in the Associated Baptist Press.
So things may even be worse than they appear.
Wisdom is what is left after you have done all the dumb stuff.