The Christian terror threat to America's children

Thomas Lifson
I don't know whether to guffaw or vomit. It is vital that we reckon with the probabtiltiy of a terror attack on our schools.  But school officials of Burlington Township, NJ are planning a terrorism drill with the gumen role-playing,

a right-wing fundamentalist group called the "New Crusaders" who don't believe in separation of church and state. The mock gunmen went to the school seeking justice because the daughter of one had been expelled for praying before class.
This sort of mind-blowing disconnect from reality, premised on a deep hatred of Christianity and an utter indifference to the real threat from Islamo-fascism, is both hilarious and tragic.

Sweetness & Light  sees the point, but the article from the local newspaper buries this tidbit in the sixth paragraph.

The American people and the children of Burlington County are being betrayed.
I don't know whether to guffaw or vomit. It is vital that we reckon with the probabtiltiy of a terror attack on our schools.  But school officials of Burlington Township, NJ are planning a terrorism drill with the gumen role-playing,

a right-wing fundamentalist group called the "New Crusaders" who don't believe in separation of church and state. The mock gunmen went to the school seeking justice because the daughter of one had been expelled for praying before class.
This sort of mind-blowing disconnect from reality, premised on a deep hatred of Christianity and an utter indifference to the real threat from Islamo-fascism, is both hilarious and tragic.

Sweetness & Light  sees the point, but the article from the local newspaper buries this tidbit in the sixth paragraph.

The American people and the children of Burlington County are being betrayed.