"We need to have students compare and contrast this current view of separation of church and state with the actual language in the First Amendment," said McLeroy, who like other social conservatives contends that separation of church and state was established in the law only by activist judges and not by the Constitution or Bill of Rights.
Current view? If by 'current' he means 'over the last 200+ years'. In an 1802 letter to the Danbury Baptist Association, Thomas Jefferson, then president, declared that the American people through the First Amendment had erected a "wall of separation between church and state." Doesn't sound very 'current' to me.
Just because you *can* do something doesn't mean you *should* do something.
I find it really odd that the application *doesn't* require any sort of keycode to turn a security feature off....