Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Teacher dismissed for writing letter to the editor

Read about my pet Canadian constitutional law case here. Chris Kempling, a public high school teacher in British Columbia, was suspended for writing a letter to his local paper criticizing the Liberal government's stance on same-sex "marriage." In 2004, the BC Supreme Court said that the school board could reasonably infer from his off-duty comments that he would be unable to teach without discriminating against homosexual students. Makes me glad I'm in America.


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