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03/01/2006

ADF still protecting the sanctity of bias

by Jeremy Hooper

Responding to a federal judge's ruling that students in Boyd County, Kentucky, do not have the right to opt of court-mandated diversity training, the Alliance Defense Fund's Kevin Theriot (who argued on behalf of the anti-diveristy training side) cites the silver lining of the ruling as being that:

"They had a policy before we filed the lawsuit that said that a student couldn't tell another student that homosexual behavior is wrong," he explains. "After we filed the lawsuit, they changed the policy."

Well, THANK GOD for that! Rumor has it that Theriot will next take up a case in which he'll measure victory by the number of kids who are driven towards crippling depression as result of their fellow pupils' taunts and insults.

Families Sue to Opt Their Kids Out of School-Mandated Pro-Homosexual Seminar [Agape]

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