So I just saw a clip of Bill Mahr doing his ‘New Rules’. He points out that the 33 year old lawyer who just resigned from the White House because of the latest Bush scandal got her degree from Pat Robertson’s law school. According to Mahr, there are 150 officials in the Bush administration who have received degrees from this less than prestigious school.
from the wikipedia article:
Regent University highlighted that at least 150 graduates have served in the George W. Bush administration, as noted on their “Quick Facts” page. The Regent Law school garnered unwanted attention in 2007, when Monica Goodling, a Regent graduate, invoked her fifth amendment rights to avoid testifying about White House involvement in the U.S. attorneys controversy. Before 2001, it was rare for Regent’s graduates to get government jobs. However, the Bush administration’s appointment of the dean of Regent’s government school, Kay Coles James, as director of the Office of Personnel Management caused the “the doors of opportunity for government jobs [to be] thrown open to Regent alumni.” Regent was a lower-ranked school than the typical alma mater of DOJ employees, and its graduates tended to have less experience in civil rights law. 
Should you be able to work for the government if your highest degree was awarded from a religious institute? Should the school have even gotten its accredidation?
I think not.