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Ten Commandents Decision


Of course, I could be wrong (it happens) but I believe the Supreme Court will split the baby (or shall I say tablets) and rule that the 10 Commandments can be displayed in public places, such as courthouses, as long as they are part of a secular display and the primary purpose is not religious.  Otherwise, it’s difficult to imagine how they can justify the display of the Commandments engraved in their own courtroom.


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