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Farah: National Debt Violates at Least Two of the Ten Commandments

Farah: National Debt Violates at Least Two of the Ten Commandments

WorldNetDaily’s Joseph Farah has a new project: erecting billboards listing the Ten Commandments in major American cities….

U.S. District Judge Terrence McVerry ruled Jan. 22 that the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s challenge to a Ten Commandments monument in front of a Pennsylvania high school will go forward.

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Decalogue déjà vu? Alabama ‘Commandments Judge’ says legal system comes rrom Bible

Disgraced Judge Roy Moore has been back on the Alabama bench less than one week, and he is already giving church-state separation supporters reason to worry.

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Moore Trouble: ‘Ten Commandments’ judge chosen Chief Justice in Alabama

Joseph L. ConnWall of SeparationAs we reported yesterday, the election results this week were largely disappointing to the Catholic bishops and their Religious Right allies. Most of their top-priority candidates and referenda went down to defeat.One ex…

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The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a lawsuit today in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh against the Connellsville Area School District for maintaining a Ten Commandments momument at the Connellsv…

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The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a federal lawsuit last week against New Kensington-Arnold School District to remove a prominent Ten Commandments monument from the grounds of Valley High School, New Kensington, Pa. 

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The Freedom From Religion Foundation has sent demand letters to two Pennsylvania school districts, warning that if FFRF did not receive word by Friday, Sept. 7 that the districts were removing illegal Ten Commandment markers on school property…

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Lions and tigers and – the ten commandments? Oakland Zoo removes decalogue days before planned protest

Monuments to the Ten Commandments have a way of popping up in the most unexpected places. This one is popping back out.

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U.S. District Court Judge Michael Urbanski accepted a settlement and ended the lawsuit between a Giles County, Va., parent and student and the Giles County School Board on July 3. Attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia and the Freedom From Religion Foundation filed the suit last fall.

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Giles County, VA schools settle Ten Commandments display lawsuit

The ongoing saga of the Giles County Schools Ten Commandments display has ended not with a bang, but a whimper. What started with protests, including a student walkout as kids demanded that they had the right to post religious texts in a public school, has concluded with the removal of the Ten Commandments and the posting of a page from a history textbook which vaguely references the Bible as having “inspired” the Founders.

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