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Why spend all kinds of money making drug testing companies wealthy AND teach our kids that they don't have ANY right to privacy when we're cutting back on important things like health classes, art classes and athletics because there's not enough funding for education?!
I wouldn't say you are wrong, but I would say that the union is right to protect the teachers from unreasonable search. It is a little sad that the teacher's union (and others) are not protecting our children from being subjected to testing. I think it teaches kids a bad lesson about allowing authorities to invade th...more
Whatever happened to the right to privacy? Schools used to be more liberal institutions, but what this school is proposing is invasive, unwarranted searches...and they're teaching kids that it is ok for authorities to randomly invade their privacy. It is simply UN-American.
This has everything to do with the massive cash the Debt Industry threw at our representatives through lobbyists and campaign donations so that they would vote for a law that would prevent people from declaring bankruptcy. They vilified the people who are forced to declare bankruptcy by perpetuating the myth that thes...more
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