Thursday, February 18, 2010

Looking for a Loophole in the Constitution

Using arguments like "people need to be tolerant of the majority’s beliefs" and "the 'establishment' clause of the United States Constitution doesn't apply to the states", the Appropriations Committee for the Arizona State Senate has approved a measure that would allow private money to erect a monument listing the Ten Commandments, or "ten little rules" in front their old state Capitol.

Previously: Arizona: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul, x2
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