Court Allows 10 Commandments on Seized LandIt's starting to look that way, isn't it?
(2005-06-27) -- In a pair of rulings on the constitutionality of the 10 Commandments on government property, the Supreme Court today said the commandments may be displayed on public land if that property has been seized from private owners for 'public purposes' under eminent domain.
The 5-4 decision comes on the heels of this week's court declaration that so-called "private" property is actually government land temporarily under private management until its eventual seizure.
June 27, 2005
Those Supreme Court hits just keep on coming
Another good one from Scott Ott (excerpt):