Posts Tagged by Free Speech
I learned about this from and event page on Facebook. You can also find out more on their website – www.redenvelopeday.com What:Get red envelopes or postcards (http://www.zazzle. com/RedEnvelopeD ay) and mail them on March 31st to the White House When:March 31st, 2009 Get a red envelope. You can buy them at Kinkos, or at party […] Continue reading . . .
Well – check it out on the ACLJ’s website!! We will “not be prohibited” from passing out our candy canes this year! It only took the school’s lawyers a year to get back to us! 🙂 But at least they came to the right decision. I would still love to see some sort of memo […] Continue reading . . .
Yes folks . . .I have signed a retainer with the ACLJ in regards to our Candy Cane incident! The school’s legal counsel was not getting back to us. So – we will see what becomes of all this now that I’ve got the lawyers talking to each other (soon). I don’t know how much […] Continue reading . . .
With all the craziness surrounding my daughter’s candy cane gifts – I just had to pass this on! Thank you B for sending it to me!! 🙂 SOMEBODY IS RAISING THEIR KID RIGHT! One Nation “Under God” One day a 6 year old girl was sitting in a classroom. The teacher was going to explain […] Continue reading . . .
Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful CHRISTmas vacation! We did! But now it’s back to everyday life, and the continuing saga of the Candy Canes! 🙂 During our vacation, I was able to get ahold of a friend who is a lawyer for the ACLJ (American Center for Law and Justice), and […] Continue reading . . .
My friend Terri sent me a link to this poem on another blog – The Potter’s Hand ! It fits in perfectly with my post from yesterday!! Enjoy! Twas the month before ChristmasWhen all through our land,Not a Christian was prayingNor taking a stand.Why the Politically Correct Police had taken away,The reason for Christmas – […] Continue reading . . .
Our “Merry Christmas” Candy Cane gift “Merry Christmas!” said 7 year old Meghan as she handed her classmate a present. “Thank you Meghan!” “You’re Welcome” she replied as she continued to pass out candy canes to each of her classmates during her lunch period at school. Her teacher had given her permission to pass out […] Continue reading . . .