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Dec 2, 2019 21:33:39   #
no propaganda please Loc: moon orbiting the third rock from the sun
 
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boarding School Hit a Wall

In January, California raided River View Christian Academy based on rumors that the school was stockpiling drugs and weapons in preparation for the “end of the world”.

The raid proved the rumors false; however, instead of apologizing for its obvious error, the state has doubled-down on its efforts to shut the school down. California bureaucrats later declared that River View Christian Academy wasn’t really a school, but rather a “community care facility”, and, as such, required to meet a host of rules and regulations in order to remain in operation.

The additional rules and regulations wouldn’t just create more work for the school; they would compromise it entirely by requiring it to go against its basic religious and moral standards to allow “the right to engage in spiritual and sexual exploration.”

Given the fact that the parents and students at the school selected the facility to receive a Christian education, RVCA is fighting the state in court in order to regain the right to provide its parents and children the educational freedom they signed up for.

Thankfully, California has gotten a lesson on basic First Amendment rights. Shasta County Superior Court Judge Tamara Woods denied California’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which would have forced River View Christian Academy to shut down while the case against it is in progress. Her ruling does not end the case against the school. A trial is scheduled to begin in April 2020, and only time will tell if RVCA will be able to continue operating. Even so, the ruling is a sign that the judge does recognize the enormous free speech implications in the case.
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The Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing River View Christian Academy, has made it clear that the case against the school is based solely on bias against the school’s religious beliefs. As PJI accurately notes, River View Christian Academy has been operating as a private school for the last 25 years and, during this time, has met the requirements for private schools in California by filing an affidavit with the California Department of Education every single year.

What’s more, the state has confirmed that RVCA is a school three times in the last ten years. It also bears mentioning that California has admitted that the initial raid, which led to the case against River View Christian Academy, was prompted by an internet rumor spread by an online tabloid.

Indeed, it’s hard to see why River View Christian Academy should be forced to defend itself in court in the first place. In fact, the school could make an excellent case against the state in civil court given the fact that California’s “Waco-style” raid against the school needlessly terrified students and staff members alike. If the school were an LGBTQ facility rather than a Christian educational facility, the raid would have made national news, and California’s politicians would be continually apologizing for the error and offering compensation to anyone who wanted it.

Given the fact that California has a checkered record of attempting to suppress First Amendment rights, it’s refreshing to see that there are some people in power in the state who understand the importance of freedom of speech, belief, thought and assembly.

The case against River View Christian Academy isn’t over, but the school has certainly earned the right to celebrate its recent win.

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Dec 2, 2019 21:39:32   #
Louis
 
Typical intolerance of the supposed tolerant left. The hypocrisy of the left never ceases to surprise me.

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Dec 2, 2019 21:48:27   #
debeda
 
no propaganda please wrote:
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boarding School Hit a Wall

In January, California raided River View Christian Academy based on rumors that the school was stockpiling drugs and weapons in preparation for the “end of the world”.

The raid proved the rumors false; however, instead of apologizing for its obvious error, the state has doubled-down on its efforts to shut the school down. California bureaucrats later declared that River View Christian Academy wasn’t really a school, but rather a “community care facility”, and, as such, required to meet a host of rules and regulations in order to remain in operation.

The additional rules and regulations wouldn’t just create more work for the school; they would compromise it entirely by requiring it to go against its basic religious and moral standards to allow “the right to engage in spiritual and sexual exploration.”

Given the fact that the parents and students at the school selected the facility to receive a Christian education, RVCA is fighting the state in court in order to regain the right to provide its parents and children the educational freedom they signed up for.

Thankfully, California has gotten a lesson on basic First Amendment rights. Shasta County Superior Court Judge Tamara Woods denied California’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which would have forced River View Christian Academy to shut down while the case against it is in progress. Her ruling does not end the case against the school. A trial is scheduled to begin in April 2020, and only time will tell if RVCA will be able to continue operating. Even so, the ruling is a sign that the judge does recognize the enormous free speech implications in the case.
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The Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing River View Christian Academy, has made it clear that the case against the school is based solely on bias against the school’s religious beliefs. As PJI accurately notes, River View Christian Academy has been operating as a private school for the last 25 years and, during this time, has met the requirements for private schools in California by filing an affidavit with the California Department of Education every single year.

What’s more, the state has confirmed that RVCA is a school three times in the last ten years. It also bears mentioning that California has admitted that the initial raid, which led to the case against River View Christian Academy, was prompted by an internet rumor spread by an online tabloid.

Indeed, it’s hard to see why River View Christian Academy should be forced to defend itself in court in the first place. In fact, the school could make an excellent case against the state in civil court given the fact that California’s “Waco-style” raid against the school needlessly terrified students and staff members alike. If the school were an LGBTQ facility rather than a Christian educational facility, the raid would have made national news, and California’s politicians would be continually apologizing for the error and offering compensation to anyone who wanted it.

Given the fact that California has a checkered record of attempting to suppress First Amendment rights, it’s refreshing to see that there are some people in power in the state who understand the importance of freedom of speech, belief, thought and assembly.

The case against River View Christian Academy isn’t over, but the school has certainly earned the right to celebrate its recent win.
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What is WRONG with these lunatics?

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Dec 2, 2019 21:49:10   #
debeda
 
Louis wrote:
Typical intolerance of the supposed tolerant left. The hypocrisy of the left never ceases to surprise me.


They are straight up whack jobs

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Dec 2, 2019 21:56:12   #
Allbent
 
debeda wrote:
What is WRONG with these lunatics?


It's there way or the highway

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Dec 2, 2019 21:56:19   #
Rose42
 
debeda wrote:
What is WRONG with these lunatics?


Progressivism. I hate to see this happening in what used to be a great state.

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Dec 2, 2019 22:12:02   #
debeda
 
Allbent wrote:
It's there way or the highway


Sure looks like it

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Dec 2, 2019 22:12:42   #
debeda
 
Rose42 wrote:
Progressivism. I hate to see this happening in what used to be a great state.


And they're weaponizing EVERYTHING to push their insane agendas

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Dec 2, 2019 22:13:16   #
padremike Loc: Phenix City, Al
 
debeda wrote:
What is WRONG with these lunatics?


Deb, your question should prompt us to wonder what's wrong with us that we allowed the evil to grow and prosper. I'm guessing we thought a general acceptance of the evil agenda, social engineering, and philosophy of the Leftists could never become a real threat. Holy moly were we wrong.

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Dec 2, 2019 22:18:49   #
debeda
 
padremike wrote:
Deb, your question should prompt us to wonder what's wrong with us that we allowed the evil to grow and prosper. I'm guessing we thought a general acceptance of the evil agenda, social engineering, and philosophy of the Leftists could never become a real threat. Holy moly were we wrong.


You're right about THAT, Padre But it doesn't seem to matter. No matter how hard people kicked and screamed it was like we were on a greased slide to hell from 2009 - 2016

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Dec 2, 2019 23:25:36   #
Auntie Lulu
 
no propaganda please wrote:
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boarding School Hit a Wall

In January, California raided River View Christian Academy based on rumors that the school was stockpiling drugs and weapons in preparation for the “end of the world”.

The raid proved the rumors false; however, instead of apologizing for its obvious error, the state has doubled-down on its efforts to shut the school down. California bureaucrats later declared that River View Christian Academy wasn’t really a school, but rather a “community care facility”, and, as such, required to meet a host of rules and regulations in order to remain in operation.

The additional rules and regulations wouldn’t just create more work for the school; they would compromise it entirely by requiring it to go against its basic religious and moral standards to allow “the right to engage in spiritual and sexual exploration.”

Given the fact that the parents and students at the school selected the facility to receive a Christian education, RVCA is fighting the state in court in order to regain the right to provide its parents and children the educational freedom they signed up for.

Thankfully, California has gotten a lesson on basic First Amendment rights. Shasta County Superior Court Judge Tamara Woods denied California’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which would have forced River View Christian Academy to shut down while the case against it is in progress. Her ruling does not end the case against the school. A trial is scheduled to begin in April 2020, and only time will tell if RVCA will be able to continue operating. Even so, the ruling is a sign that the judge does recognize the enormous free speech implications in the case.
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The Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing River View Christian Academy, has made it clear that the case against the school is based solely on bias against the school’s religious beliefs. As PJI accurately notes, River View Christian Academy has been operating as a private school for the last 25 years and, during this time, has met the requirements for private schools in California by filing an affidavit with the California Department of Education every single year.

What’s more, the state has confirmed that RVCA is a school three times in the last ten years. It also bears mentioning that California has admitted that the initial raid, which led to the case against River View Christian Academy, was prompted by an internet rumor spread by an online tabloid.

Indeed, it’s hard to see why River View Christian Academy should be forced to defend itself in court in the first place. In fact, the school could make an excellent case against the state in civil court given the fact that California’s “Waco-style” raid against the school needlessly terrified students and staff members alike. If the school were an LGBTQ facility rather than a Christian educational facility, the raid would have made national news, and California’s politicians would be continually apologizing for the error and offering compensation to anyone who wanted it.

Given the fact that California has a checkered record of attempting to suppress First Amendment rights, it’s refreshing to see that there are some people in power in the state who understand the importance of freedom of speech, belief, thought and assembly.

The case against River View Christian Academy isn’t over, but the school has certainly earned the right to celebrate its recent win.
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boardi... (show quote)


This is sickens me. May God Bless them in this battle.

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Dec 2, 2019 23:35:00   #
bggamers Loc: georgia
 
padremike wrote:
Deb, your question should prompt us to wonder what's wrong with us that we allowed the evil to grow and prosper. I'm guessing we thought a general acceptance of the evil agenda, social engineering, and philosophy of the Leftists could never become a real threat. Holy moly were we wrong.


I don't know about anyone else but it's like I went to sleep and was rudely woke up (job/family/ bills /health issues)I got so focused on all these things plus pulled the plug on the news for several years. I started waking up in 2014 and couldn't believe how things had changed in such a short time at least to me

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Dec 2, 2019 23:36:49   #
debeda
 
bggamers wrote:
I don't know about anyone else but it's like I went to sleep and was rudely woke up (job/family/ bills /health issues)I got so focused on all these things plus pulled the plug on the news for several years. I started waking up in 2014 and couldn't believe how things had changed in such a short time at least to me


Sounds about right!!!

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Dec 3, 2019 01:08:47   #
PeterS
 
no propaganda please wrote:
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boarding School Hit a Wall

In January, California raided River View Christian Academy based on rumors that the school was stockpiling drugs and weapons in preparation for the “end of the world”.

The raid proved the rumors false; however, instead of apologizing for its obvious error, the state has doubled-down on its efforts to shut the school down. California bureaucrats later declared that River View Christian Academy wasn’t really a school, but rather a “community care facility”, and, as such, required to meet a host of rules and regulations in order to remain in operation.

The additional rules and regulations wouldn’t just create more work for the school; they would compromise it entirely by requiring it to go against its basic religious and moral standards to allow “the right to engage in spiritual and sexual exploration.”

Given the fact that the parents and students at the school selected the facility to receive a Christian education, RVCA is fighting the state in court in order to regain the right to provide its parents and children the educational freedom they signed up for.

Thankfully, California has gotten a lesson on basic First Amendment rights. Shasta County Superior Court Judge Tamara Woods denied California’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which would have forced River View Christian Academy to shut down while the case against it is in progress. Her ruling does not end the case against the school. A trial is scheduled to begin in April 2020, and only time will tell if RVCA will be able to continue operating. Even so, the ruling is a sign that the judge does recognize the enormous free speech implications in the case.
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The Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing River View Christian Academy, has made it clear that the case against the school is based solely on bias against the school’s religious beliefs. As PJI accurately notes, River View Christian Academy has been operating as a private school for the last 25 years and, during this time, has met the requirements for private schools in California by filing an affidavit with the California Department of Education every single year.

What’s more, the state has confirmed that RVCA is a school three times in the last ten years. It also bears mentioning that California has admitted that the initial raid, which led to the case against River View Christian Academy, was prompted by an internet rumor spread by an online tabloid.

Indeed, it’s hard to see why River View Christian Academy should be forced to defend itself in court in the first place. In fact, the school could make an excellent case against the state in civil court given the fact that California’s “Waco-style” raid against the school needlessly terrified students and staff members alike. If the school were an LGBTQ facility rather than a Christian educational facility, the raid would have made national news, and California’s politicians would be continually apologizing for the error and offering compensation to anyone who wanted it.

Given the fact that California has a checkered record of attempting to suppress First Amendment rights, it’s refreshing to see that there are some people in power in the state who understand the importance of freedom of speech, belief, thought and assembly.

The case against River View Christian Academy isn’t over, but the school has certainly earned the right to celebrate its recent win.
California’s Efforts to Shut Down Christian Boardi... (show quote)

Hatred by progressives?

Snip>>>The school bills itself as a place where parents can send kids who “are going down the wrong path.” It’s run by a small nonprofit called Teen Rescue, which emphasizes that it holds socially conservative views. The school said that it doesn’t employ any psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, nurses, or social workers, and students say there are no teachers on staff.

According to nearly two dozen women who attended and worked at River View and spoke with BuzzFeed News, staff restricted students’ communication with parents, took kids off of antidepressants cold turkey, prohibited girls from speaking for days or weeks at a time, failed to report allegations of abuse, and disciplined students for attempting to kill themselves.

State officials interviewed 29 current students where the students claimed they couldn't call 911 if they had to report an emergency or abuse, were forced to stand outside at night in the cold for a half-hour if they misbehaved, and had their shoes confiscated. Students reported to the state agents that they'd been forced to eat only peanut butter sandwiches for up to six months at a time as a punishment. At least two students told state investigators that when they were physically sick, staff members gave them essential oils or "home remedies" instead of traditional medical care, according to sworn declarations filed by the state. In one declaration, a Department of Social Services official stated that at least two children said they told River View staffers they wanted to kill themselves but weren’t allowed access to a counselor because they had not "earned behavior level C."


Now my question is, why would you regressives tolerate this kind of treatment of your children? The only hatred I could see going on here was for the so-called school for the children in their care.

And just what kind of school has no teachers? Doesn't that send up any red flags for any of you? As your president would say, that's just sad...

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Dec 3, 2019 05:10:28   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
padremike wrote:
Deb, your question should prompt us to wonder what's wrong with us that we allowed the evil to grow and prosper. I'm guessing we thought a general acceptance of the evil agenda, social engineering, and philosophy of the Leftists could never become a real threat. Holy moly were we wrong.


Won’t be long before the left tries to ban the Bible as hate speech.

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