Agape Press has an article about yet another clear case of school censorship. The ADF is handling the case (see the complaint here) and this time I agree with them completely. A student in Frederick County, Virginia was told by the school that he could not hand out anti-abortion leaflets to his classmates during non-class time or wear clothing with an anti-abortion message. They’re asking for a preliminary injunction and will almost certainly get it, as they should. This is the exact same thing that goes on with the Day of Silence every year to protest anti-gay bigotry; we certainly can’t argue for schools allowing that event to take place while censoring the same actions by other students on other issues.