TSG is reporting on this as well as Reuters. It turns out that a school principal has denied a 5th grade teacher the ability to hand out certain documents. A selection of the documents are writings from Sam Adams, George Washington, various state's constitutions, and the Declaration of Independence. The reason --- all of the documents contain the word 'God' somewhere within. The teacher trying to hand out the documents is a Christain and is suing the school by stating he is being descriminated against. At first glance, this appears to be an outrageous affront to America. However, at second glance, I wonder if the principal does not in fact have solid ground to stand upon. First, a sizeable portion of the founding fathers were NOT Christian -- however they still believed in God. Second, some of these documents are pretty obscure for someone working on their thesis describing the American Revolution, let alone 5th graders. Finally, the mindset of a lot of Christians is to convert (stupid Paul). 5th graders will usually tell the truth when questioned by a lawyer. I wouldn't hold my breath that the teacher has presented the material in a fair and impartial manner, i.e. that God belongs to no church.