I'm blogging today from Catholic University in Washington, D.C.

And from the front lines of the culture war, we have this little story:

It's apparently against the law for a football coach to pray with his team. A federal appeals court has ruled that a New Jersey school board was within its rights to stop Coach Marcus Borden from kneeling and bowing his head to pray before games.

Coach Borden works at East Brunswick High School. He's been leading teams there since 1983 and praying along the way.

In 2005 somebody complained -- and you know the drill. Now the feds have stepped in and said by kneeling and bowing his head --- Coach Borden was endorsing religion.

It's too bad he wasn't passing out condoms instead. They probably would've named him a teacher of the year.