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Letter to the Editor: School vouchers


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By WILLIAM SHARP
Castle Dale

Editor,

School vouchers in Utah have attracted attention from powerful behind the scenes groups outside of Utah. Their huge financial opposition has demonstrated they know what is at stake if Utah sets a precedent for the nation. Make no mistake the money opposing vouchers is coming from hard left, anti-God liberals who want no opposition to their power to set the agenda, to dictate subject matter and educational techniques, to influence impressionable young minds and mold the next generation of liberal activists.

They've turned their government schools into laboratories for social engineering, downgrading basic academics and old-fashioned notions of American values and morality in favor of their fictional history-science experiment in no-morality and open opposition to God. They will find their experiment will fail just as it has so many times in the past. Nevertheless, they have a death grip on these schools and they will hold on until there is no breath left.

If you see the reality that America's morals are spiraling downward then voting for school vouchers is an easy decision. The monopoly of State schools where only God-less curriculum is allowed is neither fair nor morally acceptable to those who believe in God.


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