"Late Show" host's Moses responds to Pat Robertson's plea not to risk the Saudi arms deal over the alleged murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Nearly 15 years after a federal judge ordered the biblical laws out of a state building, voters may allow them back.
1. Thou shall not covet thy neighbor’s wife. 2. Thou shall covet thy neighbor’s daughter, especially that one who works the
The Peace Cross memorial "has the primary effect of endorsing religion," a judge ruled.
“Please don’t expect too much from me as a newborn baby, or too much from yourselves as parents."
The monument had stood for less than 24 hours.
#8: Thou shalt not allow insurance companies to discriminate against women, the elderly, and people in poverty.
Current Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch claims that judges should “apply the law as it is, focusing backward, not forward
The buyer must put the artifact on public display as part of the sales deal.
Pretty much every pundit in the mainstream media got down on their knees and thanked a recent poll which showed Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton neck-and-neck in three key swing states this week, because they truly want this gravy train to continue.
Upon close inspection, one finds that there's a surprising amount of really important stuff missing that one would expect fundamental moral rules not to leave out. Because of these omissions, then, the Ten Commandments can't provide an adequate list of such rules.
I wrote a eulogy song for Jesse Helms (sixteen years before he died) which contained the lyric, "He carefully separated Church