Religious broadcaster and former presidential candidate Pat Robertson explains his belief that the Ten Commandments should be on public display and that faith should be at the center of American politics and policy.

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  • Pat Robertson Author, "The Ten Offenses" (Integrity Publishers). He is founder and chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, and was a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 1988.

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