School district double standard exposed in flap over choir song

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Josh - With all due respect, this column is pure nonsense. Next week, as you sit down to write your tome, it might be wise to have the Denver Police Dept. check your blood alcohol level, as you were obviously impaired when you wrote this one.

The “Islamic anthem” was a contemporary song composed for a movie. The kid doesn’t want to sing it? His choice and his loss. And that’s where it could have ended, but for his deciding to make a religious point.

Penry’s thought experiment is designed to provoke, not illuminate. The song was a musical choice for a competitive event, period.



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