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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - J. Matthew Sharp
"Our culture is infused with religion," he said. "Even though the songs have a religious origin, that doesn't mean they should be banned in school."
"Schools are going overboard by banning Christmas songs and carols," Mr. Sharp said in the letter to school district officials. "... Nothing in the Constitution requires this to be banned. It is an overreaction from schools to think that these things are not allowed."