American revolutionary flag making it clear the colonists weren’t happy with England. Oregonian photo
A great pall of fear and political chauvinism has been lifted from an otherwise quiet wildlife sanctuary in Eastern Oregon and the otherwise sleepy little farming town of Burns. Looking back on it all, The Oregonian’s Carli Brousseau gives us a quick historical review of how a radical fringe of the Mormon faith made what they believe is a direct connection between the Mormon faith and the U.S. Constitution.
It’s a story that further suggests the genius on the part of the writers of the Constitution as they placed an legal wall between government having anything to do with endorsing or promoting any religion. Here’s Brousseau’s review in The Oregonian. Click here.