New Jersey High School Student Defending the Pledge of Allegiance Wrongly Thinks Atheists Are Trying to Silence Her
This past April, the American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center announced that it had filed a lawsuit against the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District in Monmouth County, New Jersey regarding the Pledge of Allegiance.
If successful, the lawsuit could put an end to daily recitations of the Pledge in the state’s public schools.
There hasn’t been any ruling in the case yet, but yesterday, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty proudly announced that Samantha Jones, a NJ high school student, would be joining the legal fight against the AHA:
Last week, we learned that Republican State Senator John Thrasher (below) was one of the finalists to become Florida State University’s next president:
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that a school district in Alabama violated the First Amendment by promoting Christianity. But your eyebrow might go up a bit when you hear just how much Superintendent Randy Wilkes (below) played a role in the process.
Wilkes was just hired over the summer to run the Phenix City Public Schools. (That’s not a typo. It’s just Alabama.)
Every week, he sends an inspirational email to all faculty members. Not only are they extremely incoherent, they all include biblical/godly references. (Which is especially ironic since the high school’s mascot is the Red Devil.)
Check out this recent email: