I read with chagrin R.I. and Cranston's official and possibly libelous attacks of slander and legal jeopardy against an innocent, but not helpless, 16 yr. old girl for wanting removed an officially sanctioned and religiously skewed mural placed in her Cranston public school. Thank goodness her brave parents, the ACLU and the R.I. Supreme Courts came to her rescue. I suppose, after almost 300 years, R.I. citizens have forgotten that Massachusetts Bay Christian minister Roger Williams, who had been evicted in 1635, founded the haven of Rhode Island to ensure seperation of religion and state. I am sure if he was around today he would be very pleased both with Ms. Ahlquist's staunch bravery and her patriotic conviction for and in our U.S. First Ammendment rights and of Rhode Island's Supreme Court for its just wisdom.
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