by Amy O’Donnell
America’s founders were intent on limiting government, including the power of any government to tell you what to believe. That conviction was strong, and it seems worth revisiting. While the Constitution’s framers were overwhelmingly Christian, and knew the republic depended on moral compass, they wanted no part of a state religion. On the other hand, they assumed the Commander-in-Chief would be a moral leader. So, where are we now?