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Topic - Bob Fisher
Parents of a New York student are outraged after finding their daughter's homework that instructed her to formulate an argument against dropping the atomic bomb during World War II.
A university that came under fire from students for the departure of a lesbian women's soccer coach has added sexual orientation to its non-discrimination policy, but it was not clear whether it covered sexually active gays.
"Both of our grandfathers were in World War II and this worksheet makes it seem as if they were the bad guys," the girl's father, Bob Fisher, told Fox News' Todd Starnes.
"As if somehow the Japanese were the victims and that the United States had no right to do what they did," Mr. Fisher added. "It totally takes away from the sacrifices made by their generation and we won't stand by and not say something about it."