Despite the Christian Coalition's best efforts, those pesky federal courts keep upholding the Bill of Rights and the separation of church and state. But not to worry, the group has a plan to fix that: take away the right of the courts to bear those cases in the first place.
This bold gambit, called "court stripping," is all the rage among the Religious Right these days.
The Religious Right's theory holds that Congress can simply pass a law removing the jurisdiction of the federal courts in cases dealing with the Pledge of Allegiance, government-sponsored religious displays, school prayer, same-sex marriage, etc. With the courts out of the picture, Congress would then be free to pass whatever laws it wanted.