Divorced father held in contempt for using racial slurs around a child

Bob Sheridan bobsheridan at earthlink.net
Wed Dec 14 18:26:05 PST 2005

Far more interesting is whether courts should be permitted to favor the 
more religiously inclined parent in matters of custody and visitation 
(over the lesser inclined, or non- or other-believing parent).


By way of augmenting, wouldn't (or shouldn't) Palmore v. Sidotti govern 
on the theory that govenment may not bow down to the prejudices of 
others?  Raising the question whether sincerely held mainstream 
religious practices can be considered mere prejudices...

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