Saturday, April 3, 2010

Christian School Kids Not Welcome at White House Easter Egg Roll

The White House Easter Egg Roll has been a tradition in the USA since 1878. Easter would be considered a Christian holiday by most, although there are certainly plenty of non-religious Easter items for sale in stores (think "chocolate bunnies"). The Obama administration is giving out 3,000 free tickets to school kids for this event this year. However, they specifically prohibit kids in private or parochial (i.e. religious) schools from receiving the tickets. It's almost ironic.

Read more here:

All Kids Invited to White House Easter Egg Roll, Provided They Attend Public School

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