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Prometheus Retold
Tell me why the stars do shine / Tell me why the ivy twines / Tell me why the sky ... Because God made the stars to shine / Because God made the ivy twine ...
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Prometheus Retold: Why Did Newdow Lose the Motto Case at Trial?
Dec 10, 2007 ... Here's another post in my series on Newdow's challenge to the pledge and the motto. In my last post, I opined that Newdow's motto case has ...
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