Perhaps if we kept in mind the actual impact of said speech we would have a clearer perspective: In this particular case, the student reciting a prayer would have zero impact, just like "wishing upon a star"......................So there appears to be little to justify banning said action, other than the highly credible but legally unenforceable fact that it's just really annoying....................
example of what i mean:
you and i standing on the side of a road, and i start to smoke in front of you, do you have a right to make me put it out?..........no, becuase you are not bound to stand next to me, you are free to move away from me go somewhere else.
but if you and i are standing in a public building, and we both have to use the public building, this forces us to come together so our individual business can be transacted, under this situation, you dont have rights to do as you will, becuase other people are involved in that close nit environment.
this means you cant just say anything you want to, you cant have a firearm, hold a prayer service there, you cannot be immune from searches, if your suspected of a crime...so your rights are limited.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.