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Christmas Carols “Bullying” – Where Has Common Sense Gone?

Christmas Carols “Bullying” – Where Has Common Sense Gone?

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, LIBERTY COUNSEL Missoula, Montana - Liberty Counsel has offered pro-bono legal advice to Missoula County Public Schools after parents threatened to sue the school district for allowing students to sing sacred Christmas carols.  The parents, who declined to be identified, reportedly told the school district that singing [...]

A Right to Choose Single-Sex Education

A Right to Choose Single-Sex Education

EDUCATION REPORTER, EAGLE FORUM By Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and Senator Barbara Mikulski Education proponents across the political spectrum were dismayed by recent attempts to eradicate the single-gender options in public schools in Virginia, West Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Maine and Florida. We were particularly troubled at efforts [...]

Three-Fifths of Colleges Seriously Restrict Free Speech on Campus

Three-Fifths of Colleges Seriously Restrict Free Speech on Campus

SAMANTHA HARRIS, THE FIRE Does the First Amendment matter at your child's college or university? PHILADELPHIA, December 18, 2012—The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE; thefire.org) released its 2013 report on campus speech codes today. More than three-fifths of the 409 colleges and universities analyzed maintain [...]

“Creating, Promoting, and Enforcing” Opinions in the Marketplace of Ideas

“Creating, Promoting, and Enforcing” Opinions in the Marketplace of Ideas

Crystal Dixon BY CARL L. BANKSTON III I was disappointed to read that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth District has upheld the firing of Crystal Dixon from her position as interim vice president for human resources at the University of Toledo. Dixon, as I noted some time ago, was fired for publishing an opinion essay in the Toledo [...]

2012 Victories: Schools Cannot Ban the Bible

2012 Victories: Schools Cannot Ban the Bible

MATTHEW CLARK, ACLJ This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ in 2012. All too often angry atheists and others peddling the false dogma of the so-called “separation of church and state” end up coercing otherwise good intentioned teachers and school principals into [...]

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