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May 19, 2005

ACLU demand jail for school officials

From The Ass. Press:

Teachers and administrators in Tangipahoa Parish continue to violate a court-imposed school prayer ban, according to the ACLU, which Wednesday asked a federal judge to send them to jail.

For the fourth time in less than two months, the ACLU has formally notified the judge that school officials are flouting the prayer ban, imposed to settle a lawsuit the civil liberties group filed for a parent in 2003....

Court decisions have repeatedly favored the civil liberties group, including the two latest ones -- a 2004 prayer ban in the schools and a February decision by U.S. District Judge Ginger Berrigan banning prayer before school board meetings. The school board Tuesday night pressed on with its appeal of that decision, announcing the addition of a national Christian-oriented legal group to its team, the Alliance Defense Fund.

At the same time it warned school employees against flouting the court prayer ban. That warning preceded by hours, however, the ACLU's latest contention that some in Tangipahoa continue to ignore the court's orders.

What if they threw a court order and nobody came?

So the ACLU would rather see the kids uneducated than hearing someone pray? But then with the kind of intolerance and bigotry that demands that religious acts be censored, ignorance would be a strength, wouldn't it.

Coverage: WizBang

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 19, 2005 08:02 AM

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