Monday, June 27, 2005

SCOTUS Rulings on Ten Commandments

Two rulings came out today on the Ten Commandments on public property. One said they could be displayed on public property, the other said they couldn't be posted on a courthouse wall. How incongruous. This is not a secular country like France, as Scalia said in his dissent. The Ten Commandments, the basis for our nation's laws, is a historical document that is vital to the formation of our country's legal system. It should be on display at all courthouses.

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The Blogging boy Scout,
Travis

 
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