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Celebrate various religious feast days at national level

Q: Do you support or oppose the policy, "Keep God in the public sphere"?

A: America was born under the auspices of Judeo-Christian principles. The national anthem alludes to God and heaven. Our pledge of allegiance speaks of God. I am opposed to prayers in public schools, There should be a clear separation between the public good and individual religious leanings. The First amendment guarantees us the Freedom to worship as we see fit. I believe in equal billing, no matter if one believes in Krishna, Buddha, or Jesus. People who seek to foster their religion in their children should enroll their children in private schools. I am for celebrating various religious feast days at a national level to give us a sense of cohesion.

Source: Email interview on 2016 presidential race by OnTheIssues.org , Jan 21, 2016

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