A First Amendment and religious speech law firm says its working to keep public schools from becoming "religion-free zones," and has introduced the "Public School Christmas Project" to begin its educational efforts.
The College of William & Mary made headlines last year when its president removed a cross from a chapel, claiming it might offend non-Christians. Now the Virginia school has allowed a sex workers' "art show" to be held on campus. Subsequently, school president Gene Nichol has resigned.
Ken Hutcherson, a pro-family pastor near Seattle, is objecting to the activities of what he calls a "sex club" in his daughter's public high school -- and to the fact that the club is allotted a whole day on the school calendar to promote its agenda. (Editor's note: This story addresses mature subject matter not appropriate for children.)