ReaganPosterAdministrators at a school in Tacoma, Wash., have gone nuclear over student expression, banning any and all statements of opinion or expression on posters in school hallways rather than allow a pro-life message to appear.  Word comes from the Thomas More Society of the decision by Wilson High School. The school had allowed promotions for a “gay”-straight alliance, but when the local Students for Life proposed adding their own posters to the mix, promoting a pro-life position, the school censored them. When the Thomas More Society wrote a letter pointing out the inconsistency, school officials responded by banning everything. “The new restrictive speech policy by the Wilson High School administration teaches a harmful message to their students,” said Peter Breen, vice president and senior counsel of the Thomas More Society. MORE