Tuesday, December 28, 2004

The Anti-Christian Liberties Union

Earlier this year after two years of legal wrangling, officials in Boyd County, KY caved in to demands by the ACLU that a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) be allowed to meet in county schools.

The ACLU sewed the county under the federal Equal Access Act (so much for local control of education) arguing that the school district violated the law by refusing to let the high school's GSA meet on school grounds.

The settlement allowed "the high school group to be able to meet on school grounds and to be treated like all other non-curricular student groups. It also says that the district will sponsor anti-harassment training - with an emphasis on combating bias based on sexual orientation - for high school and middle school students and for all district employees." The training was to be organized by the Anti-Defamation League (go figure!).

Unfortunately, the agreement contained no provision for exemptions. Not surprisingly, on the day the "training" was to be held, 324 students didn't show up. The temerity of parents trying to protect their kids from homosexualist propoganda infuritated the ACLU.

James Esseks, litigation director for the ACLU's Lesbian and Gay Rights Project, said, that students must view the video because it is part of the curriculum, "Parents don't get to say I don't want you to teach evolution or this, that or whatever else. If parents don't like it they can home school, they can go to a private school, they can go to a religious school."

This is what the ACLU calls "civil liberty." Perhaps Christian parents will indeed remove their children from the public schools, and demand that they not be taxed to support the objectives of the anti-Christs over at the ACLU.


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