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Kentucky High School Student Sues His Principal
« on: October 15, 2015, 06:42:02 AM »
http://www.fox19.com/story/30254504/high-school-student-sues-principal-for-alleged-discrimination

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Uhh, yeah...his group is being discriminated and censored...only a fool or an oppressor would think otherwise.

My observation is...why did it take until October 2015 for this to happen?  I cannot recall any other student suing their school, perhaps there are and I forgot them...but IMO if you want to beat these clowns you have to employ their tactics...there should be a multitude of suits filed all across the country, there should be demonstrations and boycotts and petitions and guerrilla advertising campaigns...
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Re: Kentucky High School Student Sues His Principal
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2015, 08:14:21 AM »
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“He basically said that because our club was controversial and could offend another student, we couldn’t go out onto our campus and spread a pro-life message,” Edwards said.

OK, let's apply that logic to a homosexer club at a high school...

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“He basically said that because our club was controversial and could offend another student, we couldn’t go out onto our campus and spread a pro-gay message,” Edwards said.

How would the media react? How would the Left react?
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Re: Kentucky High School Student Sues His Principal
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2015, 09:23:30 AM »
Kudos to the kid for trying.

Even in high school I knew it was an indoctrination center and not a place to learn anything. I had to learn logic, critical thinking, and philosophy on my own.

This is just another example of the "lobster-tank effect" where a lobster tries to climb out of the tank and there's always some azzhole to pull him back down again.

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Re: Kentucky High School Student Sues His Principal
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2015, 11:27:02 AM »
At that age I was a rebel without a clue, I despised all authority and thought everyone who told everyone what to do was a tool...like you I had to learn on my own.  Actually there were many teachers who were not a bunch of proto-progs back then, but you could see where the direction was going...the increasing power of the teachers unions coupled with the cabal with democrats and control of state budgets first and then control of school districts second all but sealed that deal...and any pushback was short lived and of little importance...

Then parents began voting with their feet...and pocketbooks...and started sending kids to private schools and homeschooling.

Now, even many private schools are diseased...Public Schools in all but name...the only difference is the private schools usually have less violence and incidents...

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