A few weeks ago I blogged about the incident at Boulder High School in Colorado, in which an assembly speaker encouraged students to have [s-x] and do drugs since they were going to anyway. It turns out that the superintendent of the school district needed to break three school district policies to have these high school students attend this seminar, but promised that attendance at future seminars of the same kind will continue. Then Bill O’Reilly of Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor highlighted the incident; and now the local paper has made a story out of the harrassment which has ensued for local school officials since being spotlighted on the “conservative” national show. How about a story on how promiscuous [s-x] and drug use ruins the lives of high school students? How about a story on the school district policies that were broken: why they were in place, what safeguards they afford students and school employees, and what ramifications parents and taxpayers might look for in a school district whose superintendent breaks his own policies? Just for starters.