Monday, April 14, 2008

Beverly Eakman -- Schools Prepare Pupils to Accept a Police State

Beverly Eakman -- Schools Prepare Pupils to Accept a Police State: "by Beverly Eakman
April 8, 2008

Somehow I missed this news item, and maybe you did, too. Then again, perhaps the mainstream media took pains to keep this one quiet, hoping the fire wouldn’t hit the fan.

It seems that in 2003 an honor student in Arizona at Safford Middle School named Savana Redding, an eighth-grader with no disciplinary record, was strip-searched — and I mean really strip-searched, down to the crotch of her panties — in pursuit of nonprescription ibuprofen tablets. [See the end of this article for links to news stories.] Ibuprofen is the equivalent of the pain-relieving ingredient in Advil, Motrin, etc…, and never known to provide a “high” or to be addictive. Two such pills (the typical dosage) supposedly equal “prescription strength” — providing school authorities just enough wiggle room to go to extremes."

What is going on in this country is dumbfoundingly amazing. It is nothing short of evil to harass young girls and old ladies this way. If these things can happen to them, they can happen to the rest of us. We must speak out against the evil. We must take back the education of our children from the government schools.

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