Skip to comments.Jesus, Republicans and NRA banned on school website
Posted on 06/25/2014 4:04:14 PM PDT by Faith Presses On
One of the lessons that Andrew Lampart learned from being on his schools debate team was to gather facts for both sides of an argument. So last month when his law class was instructed to prepare for a debate on gun control, Andrew went online using the schools Internet service.
I knew it was important to get facts for both sides of the case, said the 18-year-old at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Connecticut.
When Andrew tried to log onto the National Rifle Associations website, he realized there was a problem a big problem.
Their website was blocked, he told me. Andrew decided to try the Second Amendment Foundations website. That too, was blocked.
His curiosity got the best of him so Andrew tried logging on to several pro-gun control websites. Imagine his surprise when he discovered the pro-gun control websites were not blocked.
I became curious as to why one side was blocked and the other side was not, he said.
Andrew decided to set aside his debate preparation and started researching other conservative websites. He soon discovered that he had unfettered access to liberal websites, but conservative websites were blocked.
For example, the Connecticut Republican Party website was blocked. The Connecticut Democratic Party website was not blocked. National Right to Life was blocked, but Planned Parenthood was not blocked. Connecticut Family, a pro-traditional marriage group, was blocked, but LGBT Nation was not blocked.
The National Rifle Association, Red State, SarahPac.com, National Right to Life, Second Amendment Foundation, Paul Ryan for Congress, Town Hall, TeaParty.org, ProtectMarriage.com, and Christianity.com are just some of the websites the school blocked.
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Welcome to Obama’s 4th Reich. I may need more guns
What a surprise, the Communists in the public teachers’ unions don’t tolerate dissent. We need to fire a substantial amount of the teachers in the country if we’re ever going to have an educated populace again, and we’ll also have to privatize the schools. The Department of Education is essentially committing a Holocaust on our students’ mental capacities.
Their mission statement:
The Nonnewaug High School Community believes that all students have the right and responsibility to achieve their full potential. To that end, we strive to provide students with the knowledge, skills and understandings needed to become lifelong learners and productive, compassionate citizens of the 21st century.
The Nonnewaug High School Community values:
Lifelong learning Passion, effort, and determination Accountability and responsibility Mutual trust, honesty, and respect Fairness and justice Citizenship
Seems that some websites “are more equal than others”.
Hattip to George Orwell, RIP.
So I’m wondering if Mohammad, d’RATs, faggots, lesbians and transgenders are also banned?
I was staying with a friend in Chicago in his apartment complex. This site was blocked so just out of curiosity I tried NAMBLA. Guess what.
Nope, read the article. All the left-wing crap passes the muster. Only conservative viewpoints get filtered out.
It is seriously disturbing. Imagine all the kids trying to research things legitimately, who don’t get 1/2 of the information they are looking for. They don’t even know what they don’t know! That is how the left wants us, dumb, and dumber!
But, I’ll bet Bill Ayers, Reverend Wright, GLAAD, Karl Marx and the Earth Liberation Front (ELF terrorists) are all readily accessable
Time for the citizens of Woodbury and the other towns that make up the NHS district to elect people who will give the students the right to visit CONSERVATIVE websites, or ban all non school websites, including the Connecticut Marxist Party oops I meant the Democrats.
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