Scalia on Supreme Court Ruling
This is what happens when justices decide on their own that the Constitution changes over time to the norms of the day. (Apparently they are not aware of the amendment process.)
I just finished reading Justice Scalia's dissent. (See opinion here; dissent begins on p. 45.) If you have the time, it's worth the read. In his articulate way, Scalia excoriates the Court's opinion that this governmental invocation of God violates the Establishment Clause.
One last thought: In a way, a little controversy is a good thing, as it refocuses the public on the importance of Bush's judicial nominees.