DEFENDANTSвЂ™ MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT Page#Northern District of Texas dismissed their last bankruptcy filing as having been filed in bad faith.
This is an example of a motion for summary jugment that I filed in Massachusetts District Court. It can be used as a template to accompany my article Winning Your
The U.S. Constitution makes no reference to God or Christianity. Its only references to religion are exclusionary: "no religious shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust" (Art. VI), and "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" (First Amendment).
If the founding fathers had intended the United States to be a Christian nation, they would have so stated in the Constitution, but they did not.
Actually, it's the Christians who want to violate neutrality, not atheists, and they have succeeded to some extent, by having "In God We Trust" placed on coins, starting after the Civil War on some coins and on all coins since the buffalo nickel was replaced by the Jefferson nickel, and by adding "under God" to the pledge of allegiance during the Eisenhower administration. They also want prayer in public schools and teaching of science to be influenced by their own particular religious beliefs. If atheists wanted to violate neutrality, they would insist on placing "There is no God" on coins, "under no God" in the pledge, etc., but of course they don't.