. . . Tuesday March 1, 2005

It’s Getting Lonely in Saneville

Take a look at this:

The Supreme Court has been asked to settle conflicting rulings about whether the Ten Commandments can be displayed at courthouses and on other government property, but there is little ambiguity about the issue among the public.

An Associated Press poll found 76 percent of Americans say such displays ought to be allowed.

Welcome to the new reality where evolution is questioned and religion is headed back to the schools. And where Roy Moore is on the rise and you’re on the outs.


Concentration is important!