New Jersey school district bans Christmas music

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    As Starnes notes, Rudolph, Frosty and mommy kissing Santa are "in," 'roun yon virgin and God's resting of the merry gentlemen is "out." Alliance Defending Freedom has sent a scathing letter to the district, reminding Superintendent Bauer that the courts have upheld the rights of students to sing songs that are naturally part of any holiday, so for Christmas, Christmas carols would be appropriate -- and legal.
     
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    1. Don't live in New Jersey

    2. No one wants to hear me sing.

    3. I can, however, still fit into my last flight suit (Nomex stretches a little). :laugh:
     
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    I went to Palmyra HS. I played against them on both the football and baseball team. Destroyed them every year in football.

    Unless I'm confusing them with Florence (it's been thirty years since I was there), they have a huge campus.

    Bordentown is right about where "North" Jersey begins. That means super liberal.
     

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