Fight whatever you wish...what is the problem. Join with ike minded citizens and change the process. If you can not gather enough like minded people...what do you want?
I never said it wasn't. Is reading comprehension really so hard? I've had to say the same thing 34672049760923740689723489706274354260 different times now.2. You just said that you "have no idea what their literature is" so, how can you jump to the conclusion that it is not fact based?Irrelevant to where I said it SHOULD be. Again, try reading...3. There is nothing in the article that says that the display was "in the lunchroom" to the best of my knowledge. It said it was during lunch. That could mean in the hall leading to the lunch room.Pro life is a political position. It's not an assumption.4. There is nothing in the article that states that the kids in the group were making a political statement with their display, that is your assumption....I cannot begin to tell you how sad it makes me when someone who clearly has trouble with understanding what he read says something ridiculous like this.Seems, you're the one who is having problems with facts.
The First Amendment's Establishment Clause prohibits the government from making any law “respecting an establishment of religion.” This clause not only forbids the government from establishing an official religion, but also prohibits government actions that unduly favor one religion over another. It also prohibits the government from unduly preferring religion over non-religion, or non-religion over religion.
It is not clear just how much the Establishment Clause tolerates. In the past, the Supreme Court has permitted religious invocations to open legislative session, government funding of bussing and textbooks for private religious schools, and efforts by school districts to arrange schedules to accommodate students’ extra-curricular religious education programs. The Court has ruled against some overtly religious displays at courthouses, state funding supplementing teacher salaries at religious schools, and some overly religious holiday decorations on public land.
In the case of the pro-life student group, no lawsuits have yet to be filed. I mentioned this already. However, "A Christian law group, Alliance Defending Freedom, sent a letter to the school district last week that calls for an end to the alleged discrimination" - source.
The question of "Does or could the Establishment Clause be pertinent in this case, I say YES.
In this bulletin put out by the ACLU, The Establishment Clause and the Schools: A Legal Bulletin, the EC has been a direct factor in litigation as far what rights are permissible on public grounds, among other things.. As each case is different and adjudicated on its own merits I cannot predict what the courts will say but as the EC is the legal basis for most of these types of lawsuits, it is rational to assume it will again be used in this circumstance.
There are those whom want to argue that abortion is not a religious doctrine, ergo not related to the Establishment Clause. That is blatantly false. Only the courts alone only can make that determination (see Abortion and Religion).
In this example, Pro-life students bring First Amendment suit against school district, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled against the Pro-life students based on the Establishment clause.
Have I made myself clear?