An effort to strip Harry Potter books from the shelves of Gwinnett County, Georgia schools has been defeated.
The board members voted without discussion to back the Gwinnett County school board's decision to deny Laura Mallory's request to remove the best-selling books.
Mallory, who has three children in elementary school, has worked for more than a year to ban the books from Gwinnett schools, claiming the popular fiction series is an attempt to indoctrinate children in witchcraft.
"It's mainstreaming witchcraft in a subtle and deceptive manner, in a children-friendly format," said Mallory, who is considering a legal challenge of the board's ruling. "The kind of stuff in these books — murder and greed and violence. Why do they have to read them in school?"
I offer up my semi-serious immigration solution of yore; let's let in the Oaxaca fruit pickers and kick out these idiots.
Two years back, Dave Kopel reviewed the third Harry Potter flick for Reason.