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God, Not Crime, Barred From Public Schools
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The beginning of school is just around the corner. William Jennings Bryan may not have been able to keep the “monkeys” out of public schools, but Edmund Schemmp (from Abington) and Madalyn Murray O’Hair were successful in getting God out, and the ACLU has been successful in keeping him out.

They took away “thou shalt not kill” and “honor thy father and mother” and replaced it with school shootings, abortion, and homosexual sensitivity. With God out of schools, school crime has increased 700 percent, but I’m sure that’s just a coincidence. After all, no forward-thinking person would ever see a correlation between the two.
Take God out of the schools and even districts that are not in New Jersey find it easy to teach that the founding fathers were just greedy old white men who owned slaves – not that many of them held strong Christian beliefs and that these same beliefs factored heavily in the formation of our country.

Having successfully removed the truth of God from schools, the neo-leninists are also able to remove the truth from American history. Revisionist apologetic instruction has become the norm.
Be careful how you teach about slavery – don’t want to make anyone feel bad. Teach about Sept. 11, but don’t call the murdering scum “terrorists” because you must be careful not to offend someone with a student visa who hates America.

The truth be damned.

Bastardize God in public schools and there is no reason not to bastardize patriotic employees for being patriotic.
Tell students how bad they should feel as others pray while they do not, but be sure to encourage and extol them as being courageous when the ninth-grade math class has more student parents in it than it does students with their homework assignments done. But thank goodness we got God out.

After all, faith is something personal; it should be practiced in private with no one looking. We simply cannot accept public displays of faith.

Teach homosexual sensitivity, but not the Ten Commandments; a teacher can tell a student that Jesus Christ is not real but teach reverence to an Allah. There’s no need to teach that there are absolutes if you are not teaching about God.

But it is important to be selective, uh-hum, I mean sensitive. So the public schools take taxpayer dollars and teach in-depth classes on Islam. They take taxpayer dollars and have students perform chants to Allah. Don’t want to hurt no feelins (sic). Unless they belong to a Christian – then it doesn’t matter.

Without God in schools you can wish someone a made-up holiday, such as happy Kwanzaa, but are frowned upon for wishing someone Merry Christmas, which is a significant holiday in Christian theology. But, then again, it is important to be sensitive.

I recognize that public schools are better places with the banning of God. I can see that statistics prove this (sarcasm intended), but they should recognize my right not to support them. I want the same government that says no to God because He offends a handful of people to understand how offended I am – not only because my tax dollars support a system I am opposed to, but because my property taxes continue to increase to pay for students with poor test scores, adjusted test scores based on skin color, and teachers with inflated salaries.

Mychal S. Massie is the former National Chairman of the conservative black think tank, Project 21-The National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives; and a member of its parent think tank, the National Center for Public Policy Research. You can find more at