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Ten Commandments before high court Explosive church-state issues from Kentucky and Texas

Ten-Foot Poll on 10 Commandments---RESULT
posted 1020am-11pm Wed 3/2/2005
Since 1961 there has been a 6-foot monument on the Capitol grounds in Austin, bearing the words "Ten Commandments" and "I am the Lord thy God".
It should stay
385
88%
It should be removed
55
13%
Total votes 440
 

 

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Brad:
While doing a little research on today's Supreme Court case, I found this interesting dissertation. Thought you might be interested.
Elizabeth G

American Law and the 10 Commandments
The 10 Commandments influenced but were not the basis for Western law, they were not in any great amount the foundation of law and liberty in America, they are, strictly speaking, a religious document, and they are not the source of religious freedom in the United States.


 

Tolls planned for wider Hwy 281 from northern San Antonio through Comal County

Kerr Commissioners asked to oppose TTC plan If the entire Trans Texas Corridor concept is realized, 580,000 acres of private land will be taken by the state through eminent domain, according to opponents. Kimble, Menard, Real, Edwards, Mason and Gillespie counties have already passed resolutions opposing the TTC project

Southside residents rage over A&M plan Several speakers worried that if the city pays them fair market value for their houses, they'll have too little to buy comparable housing elsewhere.

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Bush strategy: Diminish the press by not dealing with it
Former WSJ reporter Ron Suskind, who got inside the White House in 2002 to report on the administration's communication strategy, says: "I had a variety of discussions with them about their newfangled message control machine, and their prized discipline. They made a clear decision: We will ignore as best we can the mainstream press and let's see if there's any penalty for doing that." He says the position of former Bush chief communications advisor Karen Hughes was: "'We're not concerned; we don't see there being any penalty from the voters for ignoring the mainstream press.' And there's been none to date."

 

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SWIFT BOAT VETS RIP AARP'S VIETNAM WAR RECORD
Battle over Social Security Gets Nastier In New Ad

The scorched-earth battle over the future of Social Security got a little nastier today with the release of a new television ad in which the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth attacked the Vietnam War record of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP).
The Swift Boat Veterans, dormant in the months following the 2004 election, called their anti-AARP ad "our finest work to date."
In the controversial commercial, a swift boat veteran named Davis Debrew claims to have served on the same swift boat as the AARP during the Vietnam War.
"While the rest of us were in the front of the boat shooting at the Vietcong, the AARP was in the back of the boat talking about how to bankrupt Social Security," Mr. Debrew says.
But within hours of the commercial's first airing, the AARP disputed Mr. Debrew's claims, arguing that there was no way a retirees' organization numbering 35 million members could ever have fit on a craft as small and light as a swift boat.
The ad was released just as a new study from the Brookings Institution found that the money spent on anti-AARP ads, if invested in Social Security instead, could keep the program solvent until the year 2200.
In response to the Brookings study, swift boat veteran Debrew said, "I served on the same boat as the Brookings Institution, and when it came time to shoot at the Vietcong, they were no help at all."
Elsewhere, former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein blasted U.S. officials for arresting his half-brother but offered them the name and address of his mother-in-law.

Dragnet lands 27 Cancun law officers

Ford hit with $28 million verdict in Texas rollover suit

ChoicePoint had earlier data breach Scammers accessed personal financial information five years ago in a scheme similar to a recent case.

Bob Hall Pier in Corpus won't re-open for Spring Break

Victoria City Council considering smoking ban

Man caught running naked, covered in nacho cheese pleads guilty

German drive-in brothel a success