ACLU vs Boy Scout Case Heads To Court Of Appeals. The ACLU, which claims the Boy Scouts discriminate against gays and therefore shouldn’t be allowed to camp on government land, chooses to ignore the fact that the Boy Scouts have provided and are still providing assistance to Katrina victims in three states and, as I indicated on my Feb 10 post,
NEVER ONCE have the displaced persons been refused assistance on account of sexual orientation, race, religion, or any other reason at all. The only criteria was that the people were in need, and the Scouts are helping. There has been NOT ONE INSTANCE, I repeat, not one, of discrimination from the BSA on its hurricane relief.
But the ACLU has its priorities, and has ignored a Muslim camp to be built in Iowa on U.S. government land. I wonder if the ACLU has bothered look into this.