By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The Montgomery County Board of Education yesterday approved Superintendent Jerry D. Weast's proposal to expand lessons on sexual orientation and condom use to all middle schools and high schools beginning this fall.
About 50 opponents protested outside the school board's offices in Rockville before the meeting began yesterday morning, said Michelle Turner, spokeswoman for Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum, one of the appellants.
"He was absolutely right: This is something that should have been addressed back in January" but instead was railroaded through at the last minute, she said in a telephone interview immediately after the vote.