KY Equality Federation Takes On Anoth...

KY Equality Federation Takes On Another Bible Shoving School District

There are 5 comments on the lezgetreal.com story from Jan 31, 2013, titled KY Equality Federation Takes On Another Bible Shoving School District . In it, lezgetreal.com reports that:

Yet another Kentucky school district is determined to violate the First Amendment rights of its students by shoving Bibles at the students. Kentucky Equality Federation has already warned the Logan Count School District about the practice and demanded it being halted immediately.

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Since: Mar 09

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#1 Jan 31, 2013
Support the 1st Amendment Separation of Church and State.

http://www.au.org/

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#2 Jan 31, 2013
Still trying to indoctrinate every child into their horrible religion.
David Traversa

Argentina

#4 Jan 31, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
Still trying to indoctrinate every child into their horrible religion.
And whatever is good in this book is passed over, purposely ignored and even treated with contempt ! Anything to keep their prejudices going..

Lililth_Satans_B ore

Since: May 12

Bellevue, WA

#7 Jan 31, 2013
flucking ignorant perverted christards once again trying to subject innocent children into there sick mythical superstition
Deja vu all over Again

Alpharetta, GA

#8 Jan 31, 2013
How soon hillbilly school boards forget the laws of the land:
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Still standing today we are protected by the 1948 United States Supreme Court McCollum vs Board of Education decision; 'separation means separation; not something less':
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We find that the basic Constitutional principle of absolute Separation was violated when the State of Illinois, speaking through its Supreme Court, sustained the school authorities of Champaign in sponsoring and effectively furthering religious beliefs by its educational arrangement.
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Separation means separation, not something less. Jefferson's metaphor in describing the relation between Church and State speaks of a "wall of separation," not of a fine line easily overstepped. The public school is at once the symbol of our democracy and the most pervasive means for promoting our common destiny. In no activity of the State is it more vital to keep out divisive forces than in its schools, to avoid confusing, not to say fusing, what the Constitution sought to keep strictly apart. "The great American principle of eternal separation" -- Elihu Root's phrase bears repetition -- is one of the vital reliances of our Constitutional system for assuring unities among our people stronger than our diversities. It is the Court's duty to enforce this principle in its full integrity.
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We renew our conviction that:
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"we have staked the very existence of our country on the faith that complete separation between the state and religion is best for the state and best for religion."
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If nowhere else, in the relation between Church and State, "good fences make good neighbors."
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