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March 15, 2010
Republican candidate for governor Bill Brady
calls for teaching of God, Bible, prayer and
intelligent design in Illinois public schools
State Senator Bill Brady (R-44, Bloomington) kicked off his campaign to be elected Illinois Governor, yesterday, at a banquet hall in suburban Chicago. Mr. Brady spoke about such things as taxes, government corruption, taxes, economic development and taxes. It seems, however, that the Republican (no surprise, there) candidate forgot to mention one of his other campaign planks: Using government to cram Christianity down the throats of our children in the public schools.
On October 20, 2005, Bernard Schoenburg wrote a story about Illinois politics for the Springfield Journal-Register. The first part of the story was about Senator Brady, who was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor in the 2006 Primary Election. In the story, Schoenburg quoted Senator Brady from a radio interview, that week, with Jim Leach, news director and talk show host at WMAY-AM in Springfield, the capital of Illinois. Schoenburg also did his own interview with Brady, and quoted Brady from that interview.
Here is an unedited transcript of the portion of Mr. Schoenburg's story that was about Senator Brady:
End of transcript. Is Senator Brady the kind of guy whom you would want to be the next Illinois Governor?
Rob Sherman News thanks Bob Matter and ArchPundit for their assistance with this story.
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