Fox News Forgets Fact in Christian Graduation Speech Story
alanarmstrong.com at verizon.net
Sun Aug 6 14:40:40 PDT 2006
The scariest words the school administration can hear, after approving the
graduation speech, is: I have decided not to give the speech I originally
planned to give.² At the school district my wife teaches at, the
valedictorian said something similar.
On 8/6/06 10:11 AM, "Brad Pardee" <bp51414 at alltel.net> wrote:
> 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.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> 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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