"A fourth-grader is protesting a rule by her school principal that bans the kinds of miniskirts she likes to wear. Zoe Hinkle, 10, and her mother, Leslie, say there’s nothing wrong with the skirt. It has shorts sewn into it underneath, Leslie says."
A couple weeks ago I heard about 11 Christians who were arrested while peacefully
protesting Outfest in Philadelphia. I waited for a few MSM outlets to report it,
but they didn’t. Here are two WorldNetDaily articles about it. I wish I had some
less obviously conservative sources. Any suggestions?
Jokes about political correctness have been around for more than a decade, and many Americans now take for granted conflicts over manger scenes on public property and Christmas carols in public schools. Hostility toward religious expression is no joke, however, to advocates concerned that “hate crimes” laws could be used to rob Americans of religious freedom, which they say is already the case in some parts of Europe.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
Pacifists have just as much right to protest as anybody. In fact, sometimes I even jointhem. However, last I checked, protesters didn’t have the right to demand no barriers/pens, free water, free transportation, and monetary compensation.
A while back I called attention to some silly protesting going in in the form of nude women. Well it seems the guys got their turn. I still don’t understand what nudity has to do with peace. Maybe they hoped enough ugly people showed that Bush and his cronies would see them and say, "For Pete’s sake, please put some clothes on! I promise to not got to war if you’ll just cover those hideous bodies!"
"EDS NOTE NUDITY: A group of bicycle enthusiasts stage a naked protest against war by making a peace symbol with their bikes and their bodies at Sunset Beach in Vancouver, Sunday Feb. 23, 2003."