Ventura, CA--The opponents of Chick-fil-A have laid another egg. The Ventura High School football booster club was set to sell 200 meals donated by the local Chick-fil-A restaurant at a back-to-school event. These meals were expected to bring in $1,600 to support the football players. Their plans, however, were met with a cluck by the principal who banned the donation from the event.
Ventura High School principal Val Wyatt noted as part of her opposition to Chick-fil-A that, "With their political stance on gay rights and because the students of Ventura High School and their parents would be at the event, I didn't want them on campus." (Read More)
Fremont, CA--At a packed school board meeting in the Bay Area last night, new revelations from school officials only stoked parents’ outrage over a controversial textbook.
Parents presented approximately... (Read More)
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