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Gay and Godless on the Public-School Stage

MIke3094 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:47 AM
Before the federal government became involved with education, local community's controlled their schools. So... a community could call it a Easter break, or the Passover holiday, put up religious decorations. We used to make Easter, Christmas, or a Passover card for our parents. Couldn't pray in school that stopped before I went to school. Didn't stop me every time we had a pop quiz.
Liberals who demand church-state separation would pitch a fit if a public school decided to perform a play that reverently told stories of the Old Testament, whether it was the story of creation, the story of Noah, or Moses or Joseph and his brothers.

But somehow, if a public school decides to put on a play mocking God and the Old Testament, that is not a church-state violation. The separation police don't want religious (or atheist) minorities to face religious indoctrination in a public school. But anti-religious indoctrination mocking the Judeo-Christian majority is a glorious festival of free speech.

Take, for example,...