ACLU Puts Ten Commandments on Trial

May 4, 2012
On Monday, May 7, Judge Michael Urbanski of the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia will hold a summary judgment hearing on Doe v. School Board of Giles County. Liberty Counsel will represent the school board against the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which represents the Doe plaintiffs in the suit.

ACLU of Virginia sued the Giles County School Board after the Board adopted an open forum policy, which permits the display of historical documents by private individuals or groups. A privately-sponsored historical document display consisting of eleven documents, one of which is the Ten Commandments, in equally-sized frames was posted in Narrows High School. The Foundations of American Law and Government display also includes, among other documents, the Magna Carta, Declaration of Independence and Mayflower Compact.

The Virginia Standards of Learning requires students to know about the foundational principles of civilizations, including the Hebrews, and the foundations of law and government. Secular textbooks published by Prentice Hall and McGraw-Hill trace the roots of democracy and law and specifically refer to the Ten Commandments and many of the documents posted as part of the Foundations Display.

Mat Staver will argue in federal court on Monday in defense of the Giles County School Board.

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Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: The ACLU is a wicked organization hell bent on removing God and anything affiliated with him from society and from our culture. But we Christians will not allow that. Donate to groups like Liberty Counsel who fight the likes of The ACLU. And who have a long history of handing the ACLU their asses in court.


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