“Finally, a day in which we can come together and celebrate God’s eternal moral law.” Mark your calendars for February 5, 2006 (or February 4th, for those Saturday-Sabbath observers), when one of this year’s most tedious religio-political controversies could be gloriously resurrected by the interfaith attentions of Christians and Jews celebrating “Ten Commandments Day”: “a day in which all who are concerned about maintaining God’s righteous standard join together in a massive and unified show of support.” Already on board are a number of the usual suspects