Supreme Court Declines Okla. Decalogue Review

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Mar 2, 2010 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

Supreme Court Declines Okla. Decalogue Review

Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review (http://liveshots NULL.blogs NULL.foxnews NULL.com/2010/03/01/high-court-bypasses-ten-commandments-case/?test=latestnews) the Haskell County, OK Ten Commandments monument.  This is neither an up or down vote on the monument, but since the 10th Circuit (in a 6-6 vote) did not uphold the monument as constitutional, this is the legal end-of-the-road for Haskell County.  For nearly every other Ten Commandments display, however, the treacherous road goes ever on and on (http://morallaw NULL.org/blog/?p=1109).

Since the Court will not be reviewing the Ten Commandments, may I suggest it use the extra time to review the first Ten Amendments (http://www NULL.archives NULL.gov/exhibits/charters/bill_of_rights_transcript NULL.html)? They are not suggestions either.

(http://liveshots NULL.blogs NULL.foxnews NULL.com/2010/03/01/high-court-bypasses-ten-commandments-case/?test=latestnews)

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  1. James E. Reeves says:

    Jesus said to His servants “I did not come to destroy men but to save them.” How long will citizens hold to views that our leaders seem to discourage? Can we preach the Gospel to them?

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