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Ten Commandments II

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ISSUES: The Ten Commandments

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The battle in Alabama is about…

It's not about religion, or politics. The battle over the 10 Commandments in Alabama is a struggle over the Constitution.

The Ten Commandments are displayed at the US Supreme Court building so why should a single federal judge try to remove them from the Alabama Supreme Court property?

For that matter - and this is the real question behind this whole debate: What constitutional authority permits any branch of the federal government to decide what people in Alabama may or may not display at their Courthouse?

Where in the US Constitution do we find the clause that makes federal judges the official monument inspectors for every state and municipality in America? With all the trouble in the world, can't federal judges find something a little more constitutional to do with their time?

The truth is this case should have been thrown out of court the day it was filed. There is clearly no provision in the federal Constitution for judicial art and culture police. The case and the plaintiffs should have been laughed out of Court.

But the ACLU is no laughing matter. They shop for judges all across the American judicial system. They are constantly looking for judges with political agendas who are more willing to serve the radical cause of the ACLU than defend the United States Constitution. That strategy puts all our civil liberties at risk. The battle in Alabama is no small story. It may actually become a watershed moment in American history.

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