The Los Angeles Times, June 21, 2008

    Religious License

    By Bruce Kluger, David Slavin and Tim Foley

    South Carolina passed a law this month allowing it to
    become the first state in the nation to offer its citizens
    specialty license plates that carry a Christian message.
    Adorned with a stained-glass window, a cross and the
    words "I Believe," the plates are already inciting protests from, among others, the
    American Civil Liberties Union and the American Jewish Congress; and Americans
    United for Separation of Church and State filed a lawsuit Thursday.

    Then there's the matter of equal time...

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    Bruce Kluger and David Slavin write satire for National
    Public Radio's "All Things Considered." They are co-authors
    of the new book, Young Dick Cheney: Great American,
    which is illustrated by Tim Foley.