Some residents in southeastern New Mexico are opposing calls from civil liberties advocates to remove a Ten Commandments monument from public property.
This case should be an eye-opener for conservative Christians who want cities and schools to fight back in church/state separation cases.
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Watch Justin Trudeau Correct a Woman To Say ‘Peoplekind’ Instead of ‘Mankind’ https://t.co/FbFn2x3p5m pic.twitter.com/xLbjSTmwNL — Mediaite (@Mediaite) February 6, 2018 So, about the little exchange captured above. Was it a dumb thing to say? Yes. Will conservatives treat it like a war crime for months to come, which is also dumb? Yes. Naturally. So,... View Article
Dennis Wayne Barcuch is running for City Commission in Hobbs, New Mexico, and he plans to keep the local Ten Commandments monument right where it is. You know, before atheists take away our freedom.
State Rep. Credell Calhoun thought students in Mississippi needed more religion to begin their school day. Good thing his colleagues disagreed.
Bustle reports: On Tuesday, Democratic Mississippi Rep. Credell Calhoun introduced a bill that would impose strict religious requirements on teachers in the state’s public schools. Among other proposed rules, House Bill 1100 would mandate that Missouri educators read the Ten Commandments every day in the first hour of class. Show More Summary
A Democratic Mississippi state lawmaker has proposed a new bill to place the Ten Commandments in every school. It’s clearly unconstitutional. Last week, State Rep. Credell Calhoun (D) introduced House Bill 1100, which would imposes three related requirements on schools, only one of which would actually be allowed under the U.S. Constitution: Every school board […]
State Rep. Credell Calhoun thinks students in Mississippi need more religion to begin their school day.
Cyclists take to the streets to get to work, to get fit or purely because it feels great to ride a bike. But boy, do they cop a hiding from motorists. As a South Aussie-expat, this time of year is notorious for one thing. In the shadow...Show More Summary
Jeremy Wood pointed out that a Ten Commandments monument outside a local courthouse was illegal... but the Hobbs (NM) City Commissioners refused to take him seriously.
We also spoke about Mississippi's proposed official state book (can you guess?), the Ten Commandments monument inside a Texas mall, and how churches are now eligible for taxpayer funds to rebuild after a disaster.
Like we said in this morning’s Roundup, VP Mike Pence swore in two brand-new United State senators yesterday, both Democrats. Doug Jones, who beat Judge Roy Moore, fan of the Ten Commandments and (allegedly) little girls and no fan of...Read more
The mall is open on weekends. So much for keeping the Sabbath Day holy.
The Dallas Morning News reports: The new owner of Vista Ridge Mall has lots of ideas to make the shopping center attractive to families and even to people who don’t care about shopping. Odessa businessman John Bushman wants to turn the...Show More Summary
An Arkansas commission cleared the way Tuesday for the installation of another Ten Commandments monument outside the state Capitol, after a prior marker was shattered when a man crashed his car into the monolith less than 24 hours after it was put in place.
A judge said atheists didn't have proper legal standing to sue over a Ten Commandments display outside the Levy County Courthouse.
Archaeologists in Guadalupe, Calif., were startled by a peculiar discovery: A relic from Cecil B. DeMille's 1923 biblical film The Ten Commandments.