Right to superiority, not ignorance

Here is an interesting followup to the Right To Ignorance story. It seems one of the mothers who fought the mandatory course on world religions is very upset about how her fight is being portrayed. She vehemently objects to the portrayal of it being a fight for the right to ignorance. Instead, it would seem [...]

Right to ignorance denied in Quebec

Quebec introduced a mandatory course last year for students on ethics and religious culture, exposing them to various world religions as well as aboriginal spirituality. As could be expected, there were Christian parents who objected to this and actually went to court to protect what they thought was their religious freedom, the freedom from having [...]