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Ten Commandments displays again

Score one for the Alliance Defense Fund, as a federal judge in Oklahoma upheld a privately-financed Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Haskell County courthouse in Stigler, Oklahoma.

As I noted some time ago, the Supreme Court’s confusing jurisprudence invites the sort of challenge the ACLU mounted in this case.

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Judge White’s opinion is laced with good humor and well worth reading in its entirety. All 43 pages of it....And I don’t believe he used the word "obviously" even once.

that opinion is a hoot

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