A southern California calculus teacher must take down banners that refer to God, after a federal appeals court ruled that the school district didn't violate the Constitution in ordering their removal.

FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes has the story:

Public schools are allowed to promote the Dalai Lama and Malcolm-X, but not "In God We Trust."

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals siding with a public school near San Diego that ordered a teacher to remove banners that read "In God We Trust" and "God Bless America."  The court says the school district had a right to limit the speech of its employees.  The teacher says other banners in the school - including one that promoted the Tibetan Prayer Flag - were allowed, but banners mentioning God were not.

Todd Starnes, FOX News Radio.