Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

The Ten Commandments in Georgia

This bill, likely, especially in an election year, to be adopted by the Georgia legislature, could, down the road, lead the Supreme Court to revisit and overturn its confusing Ten Commandments decisions. That’s the best possible result of the process I explore in this op-ed for the Atlanta paper.

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