Monday, December 19, 2011

School punishes religious beliefs, student sues

Bob Kellogg

A federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Michigan public school student who was punished for telling his teacher he opposes homosexuality.

When his economics teacher, a homosexual activist, specifically asked Daniel Glowacki, a junior at the time, about his feelings on homosexuality, the student responded that as a Catholic, he is offended by the lifestyle. He was then threatened with suspension and ordered to leave the classroom. News of the incident spread nationwide, and Richard Thompson of the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) accounts that the reaction was rarely positive toward the student.

"A firestorm of protest and vilification of Daniel appeared in the homosexual Internet community, and it ultimately ended in the mother being so upset that she contacted the Thomas More Law Center," Thompson reports. the rest


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