"...not aligned with the school's “beliefs and values,” Assistant Superintendent Suzan Hebson told the Chicago Tribune."
Here's what Rush said about this all today and he was on about a 10 minute rant on the whole thing. This is taking on a life of it's own and my guess is that the school will recant and these kids will in fact be going to their tournament when we're all said and done.
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Then the ignorance of the administrators must be addressed.
They just want "social justice" which is a word I don't even hear when a liberal or minority even utters it in my presence.
This is what Sarah Palin was saying about this this morning as she appeared on Fox and local radio shows...she also was here for a show they did featuring her at the Rosemont Theater here in Suburban Chicago sponsored by WIND radio that was on Tuesday night which I forgot to write about. Doh.
Here's a video with two of the students from Highland Park High and all these videos have come from Hot Air who's been on top of this story since the beginning as have I seeing it's down the road here in LoonIllinois.
From Fox News Parents in Illinois are outraged over a move by a local high school to scrap its girls basketball team's trip to Arizona over the Grand Canyon State’s new immigration law.The Highland Park High School varsity basketball team has been selling cookies for months to raise money for a tournament in Arizona..Now, after winning their first conference title in 26 years, the girls are being denied the opportunity to play in the tournament over safety concerns and because the trip “would not be aligned” with the school's “beliefs and values,” Assistant Superintendent Suzan Hebson told the Chicago Tribune.Hebson said Arizona is off-limits, at least until it’s more clear how the state’s new law, which makes it a crime to be in the country illegally, will be enforced."We would want to ensure that all of our students had the opportunity to be included and be safe and be able to enjoy the experience," Hebson told the Tribune about the tournament. "We wouldn't necessarily be able to guarantee that." continued at FOXNews.com