Lexington Urban County Council
The nine members of the Lexington Urban County Council in Kentucky who voted to display the Ten Commandments in the county building are May's Family Advocates of the Month. The display was a gift to the county from the Body of Christ Ministries.
"The county councilors are more than worthy of this distinction because of their courage in standing up to the forces of political correctness and the United States Supreme Court by agreeing to exercise the freedom of religion granted to their citizens in the First Amendment," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "They should be a model for elected officials everywhere. They show that it is more important to stand up for your beliefs than give into those that want to silence all God fearing Americans."
Public Advocate has been fighting for family rights for over twenty-five years. Donations are not tax-deductible.