ACLU: Christianity has no place on school board

In its most recent crusade against posting the Ten Commandments in schools, the American Civil Liberties Union is arguing that their display is unconstitutional if people who actually believe in the biblical laws advocate it.

U.S. District Court Judge Michael Urbanski will hold a summary judgment hearing next week on a case in Virginia, in which the School Board of Giles County is fighting to allow a private individual to donate a display of dozens of American law’s foundational documents, including the Ten Commandments.

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