Moore commandments

A graven image
The graven image of the Ten Commandments, as well as the name of its sponsor, Judge Roy Moore, will a) fade into history or b) get enshrined somewhere in Alabama. But the debates prompted by Moore’s placement of this icon in the Alabama Supreme Court building may continue. At the time I write, my search engine turns up only two Web citations of a most important point: that Moore’s granite analogue to the Golden Calf, before which supporters were seen bowing, lists 11, not ten, commandments.


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