Supremes rule on Ten Commandments

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A friend e-mailed asking for comment on the Supreme Court's rulings on the two Ten Commandments cases before it.

Very well.

Were you really expecting coherent jurisprudence on religious expression in the public realm from this Court?

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mad okie Author Profile Page said:

Are they being removed from the courthouses so that those ruling in Eminent Domain cases (last week's ruling) won't have to look upon the 8th & 10th Commandments?

8) Thou shalt not steal.

10) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house...

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