"There is no constitutional right to fashion preferences. There is a Constitutional right to religious practice," he said after oral arguments in February. "There is a higher level of scrutiny for that right than for someone’s fashion preference."
"The Ten Commandments are the most universal of all ethical basic codes. They are followed by Jews, Muslims and Christians," Mr. Schenck said, as he looked up at the image of Moses etched at the top of the Supreme Court building.