Following a letter by an attorney from the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri warning Superintendent Jim Bogle that court precedents dating back nearly 40 years require public schools to allow students to express political views by means of their clothing, a number of Crocker students came to school Tuesday wearing either the original S.A.B. T-shirts or new T-shirts. The new shirts said freedom of speech on the front and students have rights too on the back. http://www.waynesvilledailyguide.com/articles/2006/04/19/news/news03.txt
Is the ACLU going to rush to the defense of Tyler Chase Harper in the defense of his freedom of speech?
1. Any favorable mention of Christian belief (to include public prayer)
2. Any criticism of darwinian evolution
3. Any criticism of homosexuality or the homosexual lifestyle
In fact, the ACLU stifles speech far more often than it defends it.