Bryan Fischer here with the Life & Liberty Minute. Valedictorian Elizabeth Turner of Hillsdale High School in Michigan wrote a graduation speech that mentioned Jesus Christ. School officials freaked and told her she couldn’t. But the Michigan constitution says, “Every person may freely speak, (and) express his views on all subjects.” There is nothing in there that says, “Unless you are talking about Christianity or speaking at a graduation ceremony.” The First Amendment guarantees the right to the free exercise of religion and to freedom of speech. When First Liberty Institute reminded the school of the Constitution, the school quickly folded, and Elizabeth will now be free to share her faith in Jesus with her classmates. Good for her, and shame on this school for its ignorance. Graduation should be about celebration, not censorship.