Fox News Forgets Fact in Christian Graduation Speech Story
bp51414 at ALLTEL.net
Sun Aug 6 10:11:22 PDT 2006
Not necessarily a contradiction at all. They simply establish whatever non-discriminatory criteria seems appropriate (no profanity, no slander, etc.) and their approval is merely a statement that they have met the criteria. It's kind of like when a radio or TV station airs a pre-recorded program and precedes it by saying "The views expressed in the program are those of the hosts and do not reflect the views of the station, its management, or its employees." Yet, you know that if the program included slander or violated FCC guidelines, it wouldn't hit the air. Same thing here.
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From: AAsch at aol.com
And, more specifically on the religion law topic, can the school preapprove the message without endorsing it? It's something of a contradiction.
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