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The Dallas Morning News reports that voters in Mustang, Oklahoma, have refused to rubberstamp their school districts $11-million bond issue. Why not? It seems their school district refused to allow 5th graders to include the baby Jesus in a Christmas play.
[O]ther religious and cultural symbols – including those of Hanukkah and Kwanzaa – were allowed to remain in the production, as well as a Christmas tree and a Santa Claus.
Of course, the superintendent was only acting out of fear, of a hassle brought on by an ACLU or atheist law suit. The only solution is for the courts to start throwing out the suits.

[HT, Teagan Goddard]



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