I get my news from Fox.com because it's my preferred form of biased media. Anyhow, I just found this article that I found interesting: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/15/students-ordered-stop-praying-outside-supreme-court-building/ It brings up some questions. Should public prayer ever be suppressed? And, wtf was that police officer thinking? I don't expect the police to know what every single law of the land is. I expect them to utilize some common sense about what is and isn't a crime. Apparently, common sense to this officer was that public prayer is against the law near the courthouse. Where does this come from? Provided it's not infringing on the rights of another somehow, like preventing them access to a location, or possibly creating some kind of danger to those around (some religions might have some crazy prayer rituals), how could someone see a prayer circle as a prohibited activity?