And yes, I do mean public schools. You know, the ones paid for by the public, who should have a say in how their tax money is used to educate their children.
That is hardly a big-government argument, that the Government not teach a religious belief instead of science is a SMALL government position, but you are obviously not rational enough on the subject to see that.
Oh yes, it most certainly is. It's advocating for the control of education by the government, with the government teaching the religious belief system of atheism (aka secular humanism). it's a liberal position through and through. The government has NO business being in the education field.
How do you feel that is any different than collecting fingerprint data from convicted felons? I asked you that before but you never answered. Are you also against collecting fingerprint data? Do you think that collecting fingerprint data from criminals is a violation of their right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure?
No, because it's not unreasonable when used to catch a criminal who has already left their fingerprints all over a crime scene.
I am not for government schools, I support vouchers and educational freedom and my own family does home school and private schools, thank you very much; once again your assumptions are staggering.
Criminals also leave their DNA all over crime scenes? Are you against the CODIS database of convicted felon's DNA markers?