The Washington Times will even stoop to outright falsehood to promote its radical right agenda.

Lawmakers also rejected a constitutional amendment that would have allowed prayer in public schools….

The truth is — and the Times knows it — is that prayer in schools is allowed. No one can stop you from praying in school. But no one can force you, either. And a private prayer shouldn’t interrupt classes or other student activities. The purpose of the bill was to try to get a foot in the door to allow school officials or Christian groups to lobby for official prayer, likely required prayer.

But the truth doesn’t stop the Times.