I like to think that if a middle school assistant principal strip searched my daughter because of a rumor that she might be carrying ibuprofen, I would go to every single school board meeting and demand to know why he/she hadn't been fired yet. But when I look into my heart of hearts, I feel a strong desire to do violence.
On the bright side, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 5-3 that her rights were violated. Unfortunately, Judges Michael Daly Hawkins, Alex Kozinski, and Carlos T. Bea all feel that it is appropriate to force a 13-year old girl to strip in order to keep our schools safe from Motrin.
What in the holy hell is wrong with these people?
via kevin drum