Letter to the Editor
As the founder of the Church of Reality – a religion based on believing in everything that is real – I consider both the decisions made by the Supreme Court to be a victory for religious freedom. The Texas case correctly allows the Ten Commandments to be displayed among other historical images and is distinguished from the Kentucky case where the Ten Commandments was clearly an endorsement of a specific class of religion. This was an important victory for religious freedom because we only have religious freedom as long as the government remains religiously neutral. There must always be room in America for a reality based religion because if the government takes reality away from the people, what do you have left?