Monday, December 19, 2011

High School Punishes Student for His Rel. Beliefs; Federal Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Mich. Student

The One News Now website reports today (December 19, 2011) that a federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Michigan public school student who was punished for telling his teacher he opposes homosexuality.

When his high school economics teacher -- a homosexual activist -- asked Daniel Glowacki, a junior, about his feelings on homosexuality, the student responded that as a Catholic, he is offended by the lifestyle.

Glowacki was then threatened with suspension and ordered to leave the classroom.

The Thomas More law firm is suing the teacher, Johnson McDowell, and the Howell Public School District because the school is supporting whatever agenda homosexual activists have.

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