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Reagan appointee sides with Wiccans: NM town must remove Ten Commandments monument

There are 5 comments on the The Raw Story story from Aug 11, 2014, titled Reagan appointee sides with Wiccans: NM town must remove Ten Commandments monument. In it, The Raw Story reports that:

A judge nominated by President Ronald Reagan upset Christians in Bloomfield, New Mexico when he sided with Wiccans and ordered the removal of a monument to the Ten Commandments from city property, the Christian News Network reports .

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“No Allah: know peace”

Since: Jun 07

A sacred grove in Tujunga, CA

#1 Aug 11, 2014
Well, judges ARE expected to follow the laws and the Constitution, after all.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#3 Aug 11, 2014
Liam R wrote:
Well, judges ARE expected to follow the laws and the Constitution, after all.
Yes, all religious displays should be confined to the private space but at the same time all irrational and unverified scientific theories like for instance abiogenesis should also be banned from being taught in public schools.

Talking of upholding the law of the land, I wonder why judges fail to penalize well-known criminals like the Central Bankers, perpetrators of false flags, perpetuators of genocides against poor countries, intel agencies who create and control terror groups and who run drug cartels and rogue politicians? There's more than sufficient evidence to back these claims.

Ok, retard?

How is your belief in SPIRITS going?
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#4 Aug 11, 2014
LMAO. Kindly change the pic in your avatar. It's weird and brings to mind thoughts of two retards in a box.
Strel

Tallahassee, FL

#5 Aug 12, 2014
JOEL wrote:
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Yes, all religious displays should be confined to the private space but at the same time all irrational and unverified scientific theories like for instance abiogenesis should also be banned from being taught in public schools.
That's not the law. Ceremonial deism is a legal exception to the Establishment clause, for instance.

Also, there is no law that says that controversial theories or unproven hypotheses shoud be banned - that really WOULD be a violation of free exercise.

Creationism isn't taught because, put simply, it's unsscientific bullshit.

Abiogenesis does not fall into the same category.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#6 Aug 20, 2014
Strel wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not the law. Ceremonial deism is a legal exception to the Establishment clause, for instance.
Also, there is no law that says that controversial theories or unproven hypotheses shoud be banned - that really WOULD be a violation of free exercise.
Creationism isn't taught because, put simply, it's unsscientific bullshit.
Abiogenesis does not fall into the same category.
Ahh Strel Now you are confusing them with facts....

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