Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Teachers' anti-war message draws fire

SOUTH YARMOUTH — Some students are calling for the firing of two Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School teachers who held an anti-war sign during a school assembly Friday.
History teacher Marybeth Verani and English teacher Adeline Koscher made their silent protest during the part of the assembly in which school officials recognized graduating seniors who are entering the military.
"They not only imposed their political will, they imposed it at the wrong time," said D-Y junior Andrew Bowles Jr., who organized an after-school protest yesterday that drew about 30 students.


  1. I, of all people, would be the last to say that we as Americans don't have the right to protest. However the liberals always seem to pick the wrong time - and go so far over the top in many cases - that their protest is viewed is 'wrong'.

  2. I, for one, am pleased at the behavior of those 2 teachers. As Rush would say, it liberals showing us who they really are. Thank God the students at that school realize the inappropriateness of the teachers behavior. By all means let them protest. Let America see who they are.


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