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Friday, April 22, 2005

Mississippi Displays 10 Commandments
MTV Displays Hypersexualized Content

Two pieces of news, both pertaining to the exercise of our constitutional liberties.

The state of Mississippi has passed a law that declares it legal for public buildings to display the 10 Commandments and other religious material.
Mississippi lets religious documents be posted on public property

The Parents Television Council (PTC) released a report titled "
MTV Smut Peddlers: Targeting Kids with Sex, Drugs and Alcohol," reporting that MTV, with 73 percent of males viewership between ages 12 to 19 and 79 percent female viewership between ages 12 to 19, broadcasted reality programs with an average of 13 sexual scenes per hour.
MTV Peddling Smut to Kids, Study Says

Which one will be defended as one of our constitutional liberties and which will be fought as a violation of our constitutional liberties?

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