As usual, Todd Starnes gets his knickers in a knot about a directive that was sent out to school administrators, explaining that they can't use school grounds to promote their religion.
The horror! No references to their religion in emails they send to parents. No prayers posted in their classrooms. No bibles openly displayed on their desks (they're free to keep them in a desk drawer). You know, that Constitution thing - and the job of teachers is not to indoctrinate kids into any religion.
This is Georgia. In most places, this wouldn't even be an issue. But Todd is screeching about:
The edict made no mention of the Koran or prayer rugs. I’m just trying to keep it real, folks.
I'd imagine that's because no Muslim teachers (if any are even allowed in this county in Georgia) bring prayer rugs into their classroom or keep their Koran on their desk. And the edict clearly covers them, if they should try do such a thing, which is clearly unconstitutional.
Todd's so scared about kids being exposed to anything but what he wants them to be indoctrinated into, so afraid that if they're exposed to rational thought they'll actually make up their own minds ...
Nothing surprising here. Just another day in the life of Todd Starnes.
I copied and pasted this from the seed - my apologies for the tags that are showing up. They don't appear when I try to edit it. I'll keep trying to fix this.