“We are dealing with this,” Doyle said, “but dealing with religious displays is not easy. We want to be respectful of the separation of church and state, but it’s sometimes difficult to tell the history of the U.S. without preserving the role religion has played.” Denver Post
“In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s Private School Tax Credit Law, stating that state taxpayers are not forced to contribute to the state program which funds scholarships to private religious schools.”
“Five sets of parents in a German town have been punished for refusing to allow their elementary school-aged children to participate in school sex-education programs …. ‘[The children are ] being put through an interactive sex-education play which teaches them that if something feels good, then you should do it,’” (Roger Kiska, Alliance Defense Fund).
“The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday said a lower court acted appropriately in ordering an 11-year-old girl to attend public school after her father claimed his ex-wife’s strict Christian teachings were socially isolating the child.”