http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,198060,00.html Interesting article dealing with the old seperation of church and state issues. Now...this article leaves me a bit perplexed. If I was running that program and knew I was going to get sued then why not run a non-denominational ministry offering donated Bibles, Korans, etc... I think religion should be offered in some respects as one factor of reforming anyone. Hard to ignore religion's influence on our culture. All attempts to remove it from politics strikes at the heart of how this country was founded. Name 1 large group of immigrants who have come to this country and left their religion behind? Now, how many inmates who were raised with some religion in their lifetime and would like to return to it? So, you're stuck in prison and denied access to your faith in terms of sharing it with others? I think the lawsuits need to be reversed. The religious people need to sue on the basis of inmates being denied basic rights...and religion is an extremely basic right for those who value it. It's time to fight back. Any Athiests who choose not to follow any religion can be given the same freedoms for following any similar reward programs in other ways. It just seems inane that prisoners need to be reformed with 1 hand tied behind their backs. As far as this particular group promoting Christianity...well I agree with that..I think many people would...but reform the program like they reform prisoners...after all, it's a reform based institution.