The Montana Supreme Court Friday sided with a Butte High valedictorian who was barred from speaking


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Victory for freedom of speech: The Montana Supreme Court Friday sided with a high school valedictorian who had been barred from speaking at her 2008 graduation because her speech made references to “God” or “Jesus”.

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  • We’re supposed to have freedom of religion, not freedom from religion.

    People who do in fact want freedom from, can always cover their ears and say “Neener neener” if they feel a religious word coming up.

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