The "faith-based" superintendent of schools?
The faith-based superintendent of schools twice accuses me of lying in the same October phone conversation. He first said I was lying in my editorial, then, as I was typing notes of our conversation, accused me of writing another editorial as we were speaking and said I was lying when I denied it.
I don’t wear a cross around my neck or carry a Bible in my hands to present an impression of piety, uprightness or honesty.
The faith-based superintendent has at least one high school assistant principal with an open Bible in her office, both violating First Amendment church-state separation and sucking up to the faith-based superintendent of schools.
I keep a company secret until somebody else lets the cat out of the bag.
The faith-based superintendent apparently lies about what happened to me, probably while dancing in celebration.
I am Steve Snyder. The faith-based superintendent of
No, I’m not perfect. But, would you prefer to trust the alternative?
And no, I do not have anything against someone else’s religion, as long as what is preached is actually practiced..
Oh, Larry? When I get back to the office, I still have my e-mails from Austin American-Statesmen reporters from when you were hired. It might just be time to post them here.