She cited mentions of God on US properties and on the dollar bill and in protocols, including swearings-in of witnesses.
Cindy Hyde-Smith, the Republican senator from Mississippi, has a message for Sen. Chuck Schumer: the Sabbath is on Sunday.
Hyde-Smith was speaking Wednesday as the Senate debated a slate of state-level bills that would limit voting opportunities. One bill backed by Republicans in Georgia would bar Sunday voting, a day known nationwide among Black churchgoers as “Souls to the Polls,” when parishioners head straight from church to polling stations. From The Jerusalem Post.