Friday, September 22, 2006

Government Run Indoctrination Camps (A.K.A. Public Schools) At Their Best!

A bill, HR 5295, approved by the U.S. House on Tuesday, September 19th, 2006 would require school districts around the country to establish policies making it easier for teachers and school officials to conduct wide scale searches of students. These searches could take the form of pat-downs, bag searches, or strip searches depending on how administrators interpret the law. Read the full story HERE.

Do to the fact that Representative Geoff Davis (R-KY 4th) is in a close race with his opponent Nick Clooney this year he thinks it is O.K. to have teachers and school officials strip search our children when "acting on any reasonable suspicion based on professional experience and judgment, of any minor student on the grounds of any public school." Click HERE for the contents of bill HR 5295: Student and Teacher Safety Act of 2006.
According to Rep. Davis this bill suggests "he's getting things done in Washington?". Please contact Rep. Davis and tell him to discontinue his sponsorship of HR 5295 as it DOES "excessively intrude" on any students "person" WITHOUT parental permission.
Seems like America has another reason to send their children to private schools.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Tyler said...

Hey, Scia, I heard about this on Michael Graham's show yesterday. It's crazy! If only they were as tough on terroists as they plan to be on school children, we'd be less worried about getting bombed again!

1:04 PM, September 22, 2006  
Blogger SCIA said...

Crazy indeed. I would like to see how this law is going to be "interpreted".

It seems like we are giving schools more authority over our children without parents having a say on it.

What's wrong with that picture?

Be humane to potential terroists and interrogate them with a twist of political correctness but strip down the 17 year old who is being suspected of smoking a joint. It makes no sense!!

1:10 PM, September 22, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is nothing more than spin placed on this by somebody who is
overreacting.

This law is designed to protect all parties in the event
that there is a need to look for weapons. That's what the law is
trying to do - prevent another Columbine.

1:13 PM, September 22, 2006  
Blogger SCIA said...

Maybe so Anonymous, but we need to keep these laws in check so student's rights are not thrown out the window like they are in "no-fault" divorce or when same-sex couples "marry" and the children's rights to a mother and a father are stripped.

3:08 PM, September 22, 2006  

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