A Colorado teacher is reportedly facing termination for calling a Kentucky high school student a member of the “Hitler Youth” after she incorrectly identified the teen as being one of the students at last month’s March For Life seen in a controversial viral video — which itself has been widely misrepresented.
A new lawsuit that has been filed against the chiefs of the Vermont Agency of Education and the Vermont State Colleges System over a program that singles out students from religious schools and tells them they are unwelcome in a program that includes all other students.
The non-profit Liberty Counsel, which represents the teacher, is withholding the identity of the school, the principal and the teacher.The group said it is protecting the rights of “a Midwest teacher” after a principal “ordered the teacher not to attend a church event that two students were also attending, even though they all attend the same church.”
The New York Times wants those who attended Christian schools to share their experiences using the hashtag #exposechristianschools.
Imagine if Christians anywhere destroyed 1,125 mosques. The outcry would be immediate, sustained, impassioned — and justified. There would governmental studies and lavish media examination of Christian “Islamophobia.” But no one will take any particular notice of this.