Nevada High School Bans Merry Christmas

The Nevada community of Mesquite is embroiled in controversy after a local high school principal admitted that the words “Merry Christmas” could not be used on campus. The issue came to light only after a letter sent from the Alliance Defense Fund showcasing an agreement between the school and the ACLU to avoid litigation was broadcast on FoxNews.

Virgin Valley High School principal, Dave Wilson told the local newspaper: “We cannot promote religion in any way, shape or form. It has to be ‘happy holidays.’ ”

The Nevada ACLU denies threatening to sue the school. “Saying Merry Christmas does not create a problem for us,” Allen Lichtenstein, of the Nevada ACLU, said. “There are certain people perhaps who want to make this into a conflict where personally I don’t see where there is any need for conflict.”

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