Notice how girls are way in the back row and boys are the front row during prayer. Where are all the crazy feminist?
Big deal or not?
A deputy attorney general in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office says a Frisco school’s prayer room may violate the First Amendment’s protection of religious liberty.
In a letter to Jeremy Lyon, superintendent of the Frisco Independent School District, Deputy Attorney General Andrew Leonie urged neutrality toward all religions in response to complaints that Liberty High School’s prayer room excluded non-Muslim students.
“It appears that students are being treated different based on their religious beliefs,” said the letter. “Such a practice, of course, is irreconcilable with our nation’s enduring commitment to religious liberty.”
Leonie encouraged the environment of free religious practice, but warned against favoring one religion over another. More