July 29, 2007

When anti-Christians attack

...a Christmas creche;

ANN ARBOR, MI — Thomas More Law Center Director of Communications, Brian Rooney, addressed a press conference attended by over 100 supporters on the steps of the New York City Hall on Sunday, June 24, 2007, as City Councilman Tony Avella introduced a City Council resolution that calls upon the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to amend its discriminatory holiday display policy for public elementary and secondary schools.

DOE’s current policy allows displays of the Jewish Menorah and Islamic Star and Crescent during their respective holidays, but bans displays of nativity scenes during Christmas. Council Member Avella stated, “The menorah and star and crescent are religious symbols. By adding a crèche to the holiday display, Christians will receive equal representation during the holiday season.”

the Bible;

A Florida judge has dismissed all counts against two members of The Gideons International who were arrested while handing out Bibles on a public sidewalk outside a school, officials with the Alliance Defense Fund said.

"Christians cannot be treated as second-class citizens," said ADF senior legal counsel David Cortman. "These two men have the same constitutional rights as everyone else to pass out literature on a public sidewalk.


Blogger barista grazioso said...

You know, it's crap like this that really ticks me off to the point of blowing a fuse. It's going to get worse before it gets better. When the girls were in junior high the superintendant tried to pull this as well - no wreaths, no Christmas trees, no nothing. Talk about an uproar! There were 4 townhall meetings with upwards of 400+ people @ each meeting. Needless to say, she reversed her wrong thinking.

One other reason to support private & charter schools.

Mon Jul 30, 12:00:00 PM  
Blogger Myra Langerhas said...

Honestly, now B, I would do the homeschooling thing. I wouldnt have a child to put them through that crap.

Blow your fuse. Make noise. I am doing the same.

Tue Jul 31, 12:38:00 AM  

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