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Ten Commandments would interfere with public schools’ mission: Brainwashing your children

By Don Feder - Friday, June 14, 2024 - Washington Times


Holy Moses. Louisiana is about to become the first state to require posting the Ten Commandments in its schools. Understandably, opposition has swiftly mobilized.

The measure, which has passed both houses of the state Legislature, requires schools to prominently display the Decalogue on a poster no smaller than 11 inches by 14 inches.

The American Civil Liberties Union, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State and the Southern Policy Law Center are frantic.

“Our public schools are not Sunday schools,” they squawked in a joint statement, as if the sight of the Ten Commandments will somehow cause innocent children to grow up to be rabbis or nuns.

The Ten Commandments and the worldview they represent are woven into the fabric of our republic. The Declaration of Independence acknowledges that rights come from the Creator.

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