Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Bonnie, May 25, 2006.
By J. Grant Swank Jr. (05/25/2006)
A little bit of knowledge really is a dangerous thing. It's fantastic that groups like PJI exist to help employers clear up their confusion over the Constitution.
Yes these groups are sprouting up all over the country filling a need. But the other thing I get from this story is that the employees fought back. This needs to keep happening. In the Bay area no less
You think that PJI is there to "clear up confusion"? I think they have a different agenda.
Being the anti-ACLU?
Fair analogy. I don't like a lot of what the ACLU does either.
But it's sure not "clearing up confusion".
And what is their dastardly purpose? Forcing religion on non believers? Enlighten us.
I just get so ticked when hearing the stuff that some schools think is 'fact.'
And what's always so predictable is the morphing of the concept of neutrality to mean banishment. Banishment equates to hostility not neutrality. Seems simple right?
Luckily the best teachers get the best info. Of course, if your kids are not at these teachers schools, ....
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