How would it feel to be arrested at the local mall just for starting a conversation about God after shoppers accepting to listen. That is what happened to Matthew Snatchko, a youth pastor, who expressed his freedom of religion and speech at a California mall in 2008. It’s come back in the news today and Constitutional attorney, David Rivkin says this is clear violation of Snatchko’s American rights. What are your thoughts?
One mall under God? Should religion and politics be banned from public shopping centers? Voice your opinion and check out David Rivkin on Twitter.com/DavidRivkin and DavidRivkin.com
Original air date: 02.11.10 Live on Fox News Channel: America’s Newsroom