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Victory for religious liberty: Republicans celebrate Supreme Court school ruling

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This decision moves the country one step closer to universal school choice!

'Victory for religious liberty': Republicans celebrate Supreme Court school ruling​

Jeremiah Poff - Yesterday 2:17 PM

Republican lawmakers praised a Supreme Court ruling Tuesday that found Maine had violated the First Amendment's right to free exercise of religion by excluding religious schools from a limited school voucher program.​
While reaction from Democrats was limited, Republicans were quick to praise the court's landmark ruling in Carson v. Makin as a victory for religious freedom and for efforts to enact school choice.​
In a statement, Sen. Ben Sasse (NE) called the ruling a "common-sense First Amendment ruling” and a "win for principled pluralism."​
"The First Amendment is the beating heart of American self-government, and today’s ruling is an important victory for religious liberty," Sasse added. "This is pretty simple: in America, the government can’t treat people of faith like second-class citizens by letting public money go to some private schools, but not religious private schools. Maine has been discriminating against religious parents for four decades, and the Court is right to put an end to it."​
Sasse and other Republican senators had submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court that urged justices to rule in favor of the Maine family challenging the state's policy barring "sectarian" schools from participating in a school choice program for students in areas without a public school.​
The brief was led by Sen. Mike Lee (UT), who praised the court's decision.​
"The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of religious liberty and parents' right to choose the best education for their children. I was proud to lead a group of senators in supporting this cause," Lee wrote on Twitter.​
Sen. Ted Cruz (TX) also celebrated the ruling in a tweet, saying it was "a massive win for families, the school choice movement, and for religious liberty."​
While Democratic lawmakers and the Biden administration did not immediately provide reaction to the court's landmark ruling, Becky Pringle, the president of the nation's largest teachers union blasted the court for what she branded a "radical ruling."
"Forcing American taxpayers to fund private religious education—even when those private schools fail to meet education standards, intentionally discriminate against students, or use public funds to promote religious training, worship, and instruction—erodes the foundation of our democracy and harms students," the union leader said.
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As for the emboldened part of the article at the end. . . .

Forcing American taxpayers to fund leftist bullshit in the state schools—which erode the foundation of liberty, dumb children down, assail traditional values, undermine parental authority, discriminate against conservative students, promote the religions of homosexualism, transexualism, polymorphous perversity in general, intersectionalism, Marxism, multiculturalism, moral relativism, CRT—is just fine with the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle. But if persons of traditional religious faiths, as opposed to the godless religious faiths of leftist degenerates, want their tax dollars to follow their children to a school of their choice, the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle throws a fit . . . as if she owns their children, indeed, as if she owns the people, as if all those tax dollars are hers alone.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. . . .​

There is absolutely nothing in those 16 words that allows the government to steal my money and fund an education system that is anathema to my ideological values. The leftist doctrine of separation is bullshit! The people's religious/philosophical beliefs are not unconstitutional. What's unconstitutional is shoving the people into a collectivist, one-size-fits-all system of indoctrination.

What's unconstitutional is godless whores shoving their filth down our children's throats at our expense?

Universal school choice now or burn the bitch down!
 

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It's pretty rich when she claims it's about education standards when they can't even get male & female genders correct in public schools.
The progressives know they can't win unless they indoctrinate & miseducate our kids as early as possible.
Scaring them with weather, shaming them over privilege & grooming them for pervs seems to be SOP now
 
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It's pretty rich when she claims it's about education standards when they can't even get male & female genders correct in public schools.
The progressives know they can't win unless they indoctrinate & miseducate our kids as early as possible.
Scaring them with weather, shaming them over privilege & grooming them for pervs seems to be SOP now
Yep.

Universal school choice now, baby, or burn the bitch down. :cool:
 

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This decision moves the country one step closer to universal school choice!

'Victory for religious liberty': Republicans celebrate Supreme Court school ruling​

Jeremiah Poff - Yesterday 2:17 PM

Republican lawmakers praised a Supreme Court ruling Tuesday that found Maine had violated the First Amendment's right to free exercise of religion by excluding religious schools from a limited school voucher program.​
While reaction from Democrats was limited, Republicans were quick to praise the court's landmark ruling in Carson v. Makin as a victory for religious freedom and for efforts to enact school choice.​
In a statement, Sen. Ben Sasse (NE) called the ruling a "common-sense First Amendment ruling” and a "win for principled pluralism."​
"The First Amendment is the beating heart of American self-government, and today’s ruling is an important victory for religious liberty," Sasse added. "This is pretty simple: in America, the government can’t treat people of faith like second-class citizens by letting public money go to some private schools, but not religious private schools. Maine has been discriminating against religious parents for four decades, and the Court is right to put an end to it."​
Sasse and other Republican senators had submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court that urged justices to rule in favor of the Maine family challenging the state's policy barring "sectarian" schools from participating in a school choice program for students in areas without a public school.​
The brief was led by Sen. Mike Lee (UT), who praised the court's decision.​
"The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of religious liberty and parents' right to choose the best education for their children. I was proud to lead a group of senators in supporting this cause," Lee wrote on Twitter.​
Sen. Ted Cruz (TX) also celebrated the ruling in a tweet, saying it was "a massive win for families, the school choice movement, and for religious liberty."​
While Democratic lawmakers and the Biden administration did not immediately provide reaction to the court's landmark ruling, Becky Pringle, the president of the nation's largest teachers union blasted the court for what she branded a "radical ruling."
"Forcing American taxpayers to fund private religious education—even when those private schools fail to meet education standards, intentionally discriminate against students, or use public funds to promote religious training, worship, and instruction—erodes the foundation of our democracy and harms students," the union leader said.
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As for the emboldened part of the article at the end. . . .

Forcing American taxpayers to fund leftist bullshit in the state schools—which erode the foundation of liberty, dumb children down, assail traditional values, undermine parental authority, discriminate against conservative students, promote the religions of homosexualism, transexualism, polymorphous perversity in general, intersectionalism, Marxism, multiculturalism, moral relativism, CRT—is just fine with the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle. But if persons of traditional religious faiths, as opposed to the godless religious faiths of leftist degenerates, want their tax dollars to follow their children to a school of their choice, the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle throws a fit . . . as if she owns their children, indeed, as if she owns the people, as if all those tax dollars are hers alone.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. . . .​

There is absolutely nothing in those 16 words that allows the government to steal my money and fund an education system that is anathema to my ideological values. The leftist doctrine of separation is bullshit! The people's religious/philosophical beliefs are not unconstitutional. What's unconstitutional is shoving the people into a collectivist, one-size-fits-all system of indoctrination.

What's unconstitutional is godless whores shoving their filth down our children's throats at our expense?

Universal school choice now or burn the bitch down!
GREAT COMMONTARY and yes she is a Godless filthy bitch parents need to lynch.
 

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Notes on Church-and-State Pedophilia

Cocaine addict Zelensky has confiscated Ukrainian males to fight Russia after Zelenskiy's CIA-sponsored coup and subsequent attempts, since 2014, to destroy the Russian language. In this case as in others, the CIA relied on American history, a history exemplified by the Presbyterian psychosociopath and thug, Sheldon Jackson:

Sheldon Jackson
'....In March 1885, judge Ward McAllister Jr. ruled that the contracts Jackson had secured with Tlingit parents giving up their children for a period of five years for a small sum of money, to be null and void. This greatly reduced the number of students at Jackson's school.'

And to oppose this ruling, Jackson recruited Grover Cleveland's family members to get the judge removed. It's not intelligent to forget that Joe Biden is a Catholic puppet now in the White House.
 

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Notes on Church-and-State Pedophilia

Via SCOTUS, the religious mental illness is now making moves for the future in reaction to events occurring outside America:

18 Jun 2022 China Launches Its 1000 Schools Project in Iraq

'....a wider agreement, reached last November between Iraq and China, to build 7,000 schools.'
 

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Yep.

Universal school choice now, baby, or burn the bitch down. :cool:
Public schools should have choice like private schools do.
 

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In mimesis of Zelenskiy's Ukraine for the destruction of the Russian language, Jackson tried to eliminate (every other [italics]) language except the Colonizer's:

13 Feb 2022
'....A Presbyterian minister, Sheldon Jackson, became 'General Agent of Education in the Alaskan Territory' & in that capacity banned both the Russian & the local native languages.'
 

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This decision moves the country one step closer to universal school choice!

'Victory for religious liberty': Republicans celebrate Supreme Court school ruling​

Jeremiah Poff - Yesterday 2:17 PM

Republican lawmakers praised a Supreme Court ruling Tuesday that found Maine had violated the First Amendment's right to free exercise of religion by excluding religious schools from a limited school voucher program.​
While reaction from Democrats was limited, Republicans were quick to praise the court's landmark ruling in Carson v. Makin as a victory for religious freedom and for efforts to enact school choice.​
In a statement, Sen. Ben Sasse (NE) called the ruling a "common-sense First Amendment ruling” and a "win for principled pluralism."​
"The First Amendment is the beating heart of American self-government, and today’s ruling is an important victory for religious liberty," Sasse added. "This is pretty simple: in America, the government can’t treat people of faith like second-class citizens by letting public money go to some private schools, but not religious private schools. Maine has been discriminating against religious parents for four decades, and the Court is right to put an end to it."​
Sasse and other Republican senators had submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court that urged justices to rule in favor of the Maine family challenging the state's policy barring "sectarian" schools from participating in a school choice program for students in areas without a public school.​
The brief was led by Sen. Mike Lee (UT), who praised the court's decision.​
"The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of religious liberty and parents' right to choose the best education for their children. I was proud to lead a group of senators in supporting this cause," Lee wrote on Twitter.​
Sen. Ted Cruz (TX) also celebrated the ruling in a tweet, saying it was "a massive win for families, the school choice movement, and for religious liberty."​
While Democratic lawmakers and the Biden administration did not immediately provide reaction to the court's landmark ruling, Becky Pringle, the president of the nation's largest teachers union blasted the court for what she branded a "radical ruling."
"Forcing American taxpayers to fund private religious education—even when those private schools fail to meet education standards, intentionally discriminate against students, or use public funds to promote religious training, worship, and instruction—erodes the foundation of our democracy and harms students," the union leader said.
_____________________________

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As for the emboldened part of the article at the end. . . .

Forcing American taxpayers to fund leftist bullshit in the state schools—which erode the foundation of liberty, dumb children down, assail traditional values, undermine parental authority, discriminate against conservative students, promote the religions of homosexualism, transexualism, polymorphous perversity in general, intersectionalism, Marxism, multiculturalism, moral relativism, CRT—is just fine with the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle. But if persons of traditional religious faiths, as opposed to the godless religious faiths of leftist degenerates, want their tax dollars to follow their children to a school of their choice, the Marxist bitch poodle Becky Pringle throws a fit . . . as if she owns their children, indeed, as if she owns the people, as if all those tax dollars are hers alone.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. . . .​

There is absolutely nothing in those 16 words that allows the government to steal my money and fund an education system that is anathema to my ideological values. The leftist doctrine of separation is bullshit! The people's religious/philosophical beliefs are not unconstitutional. What's unconstitutional is shoving the people into a collectivist, one-size-fits-all system of indoctrination.

What's unconstitutional is godless whores shoving their filth down our children's throats at our expense?

Universal school choice now or burn the bitch down!
So Sasse is full of it when evoking "principled pluralism" which pathology defaults to a selective pluralism that excludes those not afraid not to believe.

'In America's wild marketplace, religion must be at least partly about marketing. It should come as no surprise that during the golden age of American marketing -- the Mad Men era --religion was quite literally sold to the country. In his book One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America, Princeton historian Kevin Kruse convincingly shows that the wave of public piety in America, which peaked in the 1950s, was the result of a coordinated corporate strategy.
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Their message could not be countered with logic because it was based on faith. They claimed that freedoms are given by their god, that "Christianity and capitalism [are] inextricably intertwined," that the "New Dealers were the ones violating the Ten Commandments," and, most familiarly, that this is a nation "under God." '
(Seidel, The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism is Un-American, pp. 277-8)
 

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The left is still lying that abortion is a constitutional right. Why are libs so stupid?

Pelosi is about to explode, got to get my popcorn 🤣
 

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The problematic involves the contradictions in what the teacher is teaching. The paramount question is just how religion is being smuggled into the educational discourse. The teacher of a private religious school should always be videotaped, and it's not out of the question to review it first with the sound turned off. The private religious school tries to opt out of scrutiny because religions in general know they are based on imagination, fear, coercion and unproven science, for furtherng just-another-business-day capitalism.
 

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