ACLU sues TiZA, state education dept.

I was taught that there are two basic ways to consider information:

1) The Source

2) The Content

Both have merits and drawbacks, but I tend to think the second is ultimately more reliable.

Well, often it seems many locals refuse to consider content because of source. Recently potential abuses of the education system by the TiZA school became an issue and were dismissed by much of the local bloggersnotti, mainly because the potential infractions were brought to light by Katherine Kersten.

Don’t get me wrong, I have no love for the K.K. Yet, at the time, it seemed to me that there were some clear violations of Church and State, but hey; I’m no lawyer.

You know who is a bunch of lawyers? The A.C.L.U and they are suing, Calling it a “pervasively Muslim school,” ACLU sues TiZA, state education dept.

So I ask, “How about now?”

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