Monday, November 06, 2006

No JROTC in San Francisco Schools?

Apparently the school board's going to vote it out, according to Ed Wonk (see blogroll at left). As I said in my comment to EdWonk's post: If I were the Secretary of Defense, I'd cancel Fleet Week in San Francisco indefinitely.

A perceptive cadet says this:

"If San Francisco wants to be an example to the world, they would allow the program to continue to practice openness and tolerance."


Perhaps he now realizes that the liberals in San Francisco are the antithesis of openness and tolerance. Don't believe me, or want some evidence? Type "San Francisco" into the search box at the top of this page, and a mere fraction of the posts I've written about that city--complete with their links, of course--will be displayed for your perusal.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is JROTC or whatever?

Darren said...

JROTC=Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps.

In colleges, ROTC trains the bulk of our future military officers; the service academies provide only a fraction of the officers our military needs each year.

JROTC is a military-style program operated in high schools across the country, teaching students about morals and ethics, setting high standards, leadership, and other valuable skills. Like ROTC, JROTC comes in army, navy, and air force varieties.

Anonymous said...

oh, okay, thanks

rightwingprof said...

We need to extend the Solomon Amendment to high schools.

Chris said...

The gay rights activists have something to do with it...