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ACLU: Know What WE Need? Schools That Are Like Porn Shops

ACLU moving the morals bar... AGAIN.

Most people imagine that our schools are to be institutes of higher learning. Apparently the ACLU has a little different conception of what “higher learning” means because it is demanding that public schools in Nashville, Tennessee allow gay advocacy sites to go unblocked at library Internet stations throughout the Metro Nashville District.

The porn peddlers of the ACLU have given the Metro schools a “deadline” of April 29 to reverse its Internet policies or they take the issue before the courts.

The ACLU, of course, pretends that it is “helping” kids “understand” gay issues, but that would presuppose that homosexual issues are to be taught in schools, naturally. The central issue is just that: what should we be teaching in our schools?

Further, how far do we go in allowing these aberrant lifestyle sites to go unblocked? What sort of “normal” is the next “normal”? Are we to go as far as to allow NAMBLA sites that advocate for the active molestation of children to go unblocked in schools? If we are continually revising downward the moral standards we apply to our schools upon what basis do we claim any standards at all?

In any case, the ACLU doesn’t care about culture, morality or standards. They only want what will tear down our culture the most.

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