Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Ten Opinions

"THE SUPREME Court's decisions yesterday on displays of the Ten Commandments on public property were not a model of clarity or judicial consensus. To resolve two cases, one from Texas and the other from Kentucky, the justices delivered 10 different opinions -- one, we suppose, for each commandment in the Decalogue. ... "Context is obviously critical -- and the court's decisions reflect the fact that in context, these two displays are quite different." (Washington Post editorial, 06/28/05)


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