Forty of the school's faculty, meanwhile, signed a letter objecting to the actions of the club, including a flier the club produced urging students to "take a stand against the liberal traitors who call themselves teachers."
Teachers insist the club has accused them without any evidence of instruction that is biased against conservative views. (uh huh...lol) And they objected to the club flier that urged students to report to a "conservative hot line" any "un-American comments" by teachers.
Bold and red are my doing
But that's a good thing Trudy. Communism doesn't mix with what this country is about. It's gotta be one or the other; you can't have some kind of funky blend of Marxist Republicanism. So we're going to get rid of communism. One old biddy at a time.
Well, he's the teacher. Is he suggesting that there are no standards by which one could possibly be deemed a traitor? Perhaps he could shell out for a dictionary to learn...ya know...like set an example for the students.
Of course if the student who was belittled by a teacher was black, hispanic, Indian, or gay the administration would have held an investigation, and the teachers would have already been suspended without pay.
Lord help you if a butter knife ends up in the back seat of your car.
Draw a picture of Army combat and face the scorn of your peers.
Apparently threatening a conservative student with physical harm isn't on this school's zero tolerance list.
Refinement is needed.
I can't say anything about current Sonoma County teachers, but when I was in school many years ago, there was certainly a disproportionate number of liberals.
I cannot forget one Jr. High English teacher, who explained "trickle-down" economics to us. According to him, money is distributed (somehow) by government, and it is given to poor people by Democrats, and rich people by Republicans. < begin teacher idiocy> Poor people spend it, and that's what keeps the economy going. Rich people don't even need it (because they're rich), and they'll just keep it all for themselves. It's plain silly to think that when the rich people have all the money, they'll spontaneously give it to the poor people, and that's why trickle-down doesn't work.</teacher idiocy off> That little gem was "taught" me in the early 70s.
(No, the kid did not get in trouble-he was only there to play football and we won the states year in and year out).
Because this kid is not only being threatened by gangs of bullies BUT he's being harassed by the faculty. Simply for asking why the LAW isn't being upheld.