Down in Adams County, Ohio they’re pretty sure that all of America’s problems can be traced to school prayer and the Ten Commandments being removed from public school buildings. Separation of church and state and the Constitution be damned! So the Adams County Ministerial Association put the Ten Commandments back in the school. The ACLU sued in February 1999 whereupon the Ministerial Association hurriedly put up some other “Anglo-American” historical documents on stone stabs flanking the Constitution. On June 11 this year, U.S. Magistrate Judge Timothy Hogan ordered the Ministerial Assoc. school display removed. That same day, U.S. District Judge Kathleen O’Malley ordered a poster bearing the Ten Commandments removed from a Common Pleas courtroom in Mansfield, Ohio. ACLU of Ohio Legal Director Raymond Vasvari said “This is an important week for freedom of religion and freedom of conscience for all Ohioans.”