Opinion: Major Issues We’re Following in Catholic Education in 2016
January 4, 2016, at 4:00 PM | By Adam Cassandra, Justin Petrisek, Kimberly Scharfenberger
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9. NLRB Exposing Catholic Identity Concerns
The number of Catholic colleges challenging the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues to grow. The problems with this trend are twofold: One, the NLRB is exercising unconstitutional government oversight in attempting to determine whether or not a college is sufficiently Catholic; and two, the test applied to the colleges is exposing major Catholic identity concerns. Colleges opposing NLRB rulings now include Carroll College, Duquesne University, Manhattan College, Saint Xavier University, Seattle University and Loyola University Chicago.
In the Newman Society’s amicus brief opposing the NLRB harassment, attorneys for Alliance Defending Freedom stated:
Religious organizations have the right of autonomy over their internal governance, the right to be treated the same as all other religious groups and denominations by the government, and the right to be free from government meddling and intrusion in their operations and beliefs.
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First, they come for the Catholic Schools?
Remember Gooferment Skrules are deliberately creating cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite.
They promote and propagandize the greatest of the State who solves all problems. Worship the Earth because there can’t be any God. It might limit the State which is the current God of Man.
But, how do we get “We, The Sheeple” to stop it?
imho, the thing will eventually collapse under its own weight.
Look at how much it costs. Look at how the Teacher’s Union protects it and Big Gooferment. Look at the terrible results it produces.
The minute that the Black minority realizes how they have been screwed by the Gooferment Skrules, then things will change.
Wise up people.
Factoid: The only President that send his child to a Gooferment Skrule was Jimmy Carter. Why doesn’t anyone else? Why should anyone else?
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