Friday, June 14, 2013

Texas News

The ruling? No Texas law prohibits cheerleaders from using religious themed banners at school sporting events.
"Anyone has the right to express what they want to," said one Kountze cheerleader.
Several of the Kountze High School girls have been involved in a lawsuit with the school district after their banners were banned in the fall of 2012.
Another cheerleader said, "It was just something that we needed to do as a team"

On Thursday, Perry signed what has been dubbed the “Merry Christmas bill” into law. The measure allows schools to display religious symbols such as nativity scenes and Christmas trees so long as at least one other religious image or secular icon is also included.


Woodsterman (Odie) said...

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;" ... What about this first line of the First Amendment don't these liberal atheists understand?

Supi said...

Apparently the first line is hard and difficult for them to comprehend.