Posted by: Scott Lee | August 7, 2008

Terrorists allowed in schools?

Majority Democrats in the California Assembly have rejected two amendments that would have allowed schools to fire any employee discovered to be part of an extremist terror network and require users of school facilities to affirm they are not terrorists.

Obviously, there is a good reason.  The bill must state something pretty bad…..

 “would have required any person or organization seeking use of public school property to sign a ‘statement of information’ declaring they do not advocate the overthrow of our government and are not part of an extremist terror network. Also, any school employee discovered to be part of an extremist terror network could be fired.”

We can’t even be allowed to identify evil in our classrooms…what else can be said!!

Speaking of terrorists in schools: click here.


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