Kenneth Starr simply cannot resist slinging legal mud at whoever
threatens his idea of American Corporate Dominion Under God. Now
he has inserted
himself into the Supreme Court case of Newdow vs. The Pledge of
Allegiance, and his contribution is that Newdow is a bad dad, and
doesn't have standing to litigate. Apparently Linda Tripp has not
recorded any confessions of anyone going down on Newdow yet,
though. Give her time.
Left out of all this is the real issue: what it the real constitutional meaning of the First and Fourteenth Amendments when applied to state funded education? This was tackled succinctly by the 9th Circuit Court in it's decision. Scan down to section D: Establishment Clause, for the real meat. It's a straightforward application of the Lemon test, which has served the court well in these issues when it has the nerve to use it.