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Displaying the Ten Commandments

Be on the Right Side of History

One way we can recover the American idea that our rights come from the Creator is by publicly displaying the Ten Commandments. Such displays serve as a powerful reminder that the United States is indeed “one nation under God.” Their display can offer a compelling source of moral renewal in a nation which is weary from abortion, school shootings, domestic violence, racial injustice, divorce, sexual exploitation, pornography, corporate theft, deceptive advertising, greed, etc. The Ten Commandments can serve as a visual warning that we are accountable to the Supreme Lawgiver for our actions. Publicly posting the Commandments can help us recall the voices of the Founders that religion and morality are the twin pillars upholding our freedom, and that a people who are not virtuous will not long remain free.

Ten Commandments Amendment

“Property belonging to the state may be used to display the Ten Commandments, and the right of the public school and public body to display the Ten Commandments on property owned or administrated by a public school or public body in the state is not restrained or abridged.” 

History of Amendment

We have fought to get the Alabama Ten Commandments Amendment on the ballot for nearly seventeen years.

Birmingham News​

January 15, 2001

“Dean Young said his group will call on members of the Legislature to endorse the Ten Commandments Amendment.”

Birmingham News​

February 6, 2001

“State legislators introduced an amendment to the state constitution that would allow displays of the Ten Commandments in public schools and courts.” Sen. Gerald Dial sponsored in the Senate and Duwayne Bridges sponsored in the House.

Birmingham News​

September 16, 2001

“Dean Young said a constitutional amendment to allow the Ten Commandments to be placed in all Alabama schools and public buildings will be introduced (again) when the Legislature meets in January (2002).”

Over the Years

2002 – 2017

Ten Commandments Amendment is introduced almost every year and failed to get approved.

March 22, 2018 Passed!

The amendment goes to Alabama voters November 6th!

News Coverage

The word is spreading. Stay up-to-date on the latest Ten Commandments Amendment news.

Walt Maddox Against Ten Commandments Amendment

CBS 5,  August 23rd, 2018

Ten Commandments Amendment November 6th

CBS 42,  August 15th, 2018

The Ten Commandments on the Ballot

NBC 15,  August 1st, 2018

Alabama Revisits Ten Commandments, Hoping for Help From Kavanaugh

The New York Times,  Sept. 25th, 2018

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Governor candidates Split on Ten Commandment Displays

AL.com,  Aug 23rd, 2018

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Ten Commandments: Let Voters Decide

WND,  July 4, 2018

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Abortion, Ten Commandments on Alabama’s ballot in November

ABC NATIONAL NEWS,  April 27, 2018

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Public displays of Ten Commandments divide candidates in Alabama governor’s race

AL.COM April 15, 2018

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Dean Young resurfaces to tout Ten Commandments ballot initiative

AL.COM April 2, 2018

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Breitbart News Special Edition interviews Dean Young

BREITBART NEWS April 1, 2018

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Alabama voters to decide on school Ten Commandments Displays

WVTV March 23, 2018

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73% of Voters Support the Ten Commandments Amendment

Cygnal conducted a telephone survey to examine the public opinion of likely general election voters concerning the impact and awareness of the November 6th general election. They discovered that the majority of likely Alabama voters support the Ten Commandments Amendment.

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