The glorious Therese of Lisieux is known as the patron saint of missionaries, priests, florists and pilots, but because of her own sad experiences in the schoolyard at the Abbey in Lisieux, she richly deserves another title - Patron Saint of the Bullied.
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Is the “Day of Silence” Undermining the U.S. Bullying Problem?
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
On Friday, April 17, public school students around the nation will be permitted to remain silent all day to protest the bullying and harassment experienced by LGBT students – but what about the obese students and other groups that experience high rates of bullying? Is giving one group all the attention undermining the quest to end bullying in the U.S.?
Bullied Colorado Baker Experiencing Record Sales
Another attempt by homosexual activists to bully a businessman into supporting their lifestyle has backfired once again as a Colorado baker who refused to supply a same-sex couple with a wedding cake is now experiencing the same spike in sales from supporters that was experienced by Chick-fil-A last week.
Teacher Threatens Student for Speaking Against President
A high school teacher in North Carolina found herself forced to engage well-informed students who took her to task when she gave out misleading information about President Barack Obama during class - a debate that lead to the teacher threatening the student with arrest.
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