ten commandments monument

In June, the state Supreme Court ordered it removed, but Republican lawmakers resisted.
The statue has been at Connellsville Area Junior High School since the 1950s.
Oklahoma's Supreme Court on Monday said the state must remove a Ten Commandments stone monument first placed at its Capitol in 2012, rejecting an appeal to reconsider an earlier decision.
"At the end of the day, I don't think it's the governor's decision," Henderson said. Mach said he doubted the court would
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 30 (Reuters) - The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that a Ten Commandments monument placed on
"I'm sorry, but we don't serve your kind here." This overt discrimination is something that leading gay libertarians, who otherwise support marriage equality, think should be legal for wedding photographers, bakers, and other business owners to say to gay couples.
Gov. Mary Fallin called it an "appalling" act of vandalism and volunteered to help raise private funds to restore it. "We
Watch the clip above for Colbert's take on the controversy, plus an interview with Satan. “They used the crowd-funding site
"We see that private parties are the driving force here," Jonathan Scruffs, an attorney for the Christian advocacy group