Those evil, clever religionists have found a diabolic way around the ACLU's heroic efforts to keep us safe from God's destructive influence:
Joining four other towns in Madison County, Pendleton now has a Ten Commandments monument on display.
The 7-foot long, 4-foot tall monument was unveiled Sunday near the intersection of East Water Street and Indiana 37, near the Falls Park Plaza shopping center, on land donated by Chuck Clevenger.
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Along with Anderson, there are also Ten Commandment monuments in Frankton, Elwood and Lapel in Madison County. There is also a monument in downtown Tipton.
This is being done by people who call themselves the Ten Commandments Committee, which means they're organized. Who knows what they will try next now that they have found this gigantic loophole called private property? We can only hope the ACLU will find a new line of attack, such as pointing out that the monuments can be seen from the public roadways, which are funded by tax dollars.