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

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…

Recently, Moore reflected on the “spiritualness of the battle” over the Ten Commandments monument and warned that secular government paved the way for “Sharia law and the allowance of religious practices for other groups but not Christians.” He went on to link the teaching of evolution in public schools to President Obama’s support for marriage equality.

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Roy Moore, the former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court who was removed from office for failing to follow a court order to move his replica of the Ten Commandments, is now in a four-person race for Chief Justice following his two failed gubern…

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After his presidential campaign never gained traction, former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice Roy Moore announced that he will seek his old job that he lost after he was removed for snubbing a court order to move his Ten Commandment monuments out o…

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Republicans and major Religious Right leaders continue to rally around radical dominionist Janet Porter’s ‘Heartbeat Bill,’ the sweeping and likely unconstitutional Ohio legislation that would criminalize abortion in the vast majority…

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In case you were starting to think that the 2012 Republican primary campaign could not possibly get any more entertaining, think again … because the Wall Street Journal reports that Roy Moore, the infamous Ten Commandments judge, is about to toss his…

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The Family Leader, the anti-gay Iowa group led by Bob Vander Plaats, held a rally in Des Moines earlier this week to demand a referendum to overturn the 2009 State Supreme Court decision which established marriage equality. Roy Moore of the Foundation …

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In 2004, voters in Alabama were given an opportunity to remove racist language mandating separate schools for "white and colored children" and poll taxes from the state constitution … and they refused. In 2012, it looks like they will get another chance … and "Ten Commandments Judge" Roy Moore is opposed to the effort because […]

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