I didn't see this topic in a brief search, so here goes.
This story's been making its rounds the past week or so.
Basically, a kid realizes that he left a couple shotguns in his vehicle from a weekend ***** shooting trip. The problem is that he's already at school, and if he leaves he'll be in trouble. He calls his mom to ask for advice, and the conversation is overheard by an administrator who notifies the police.
He gets arrested and told he won't be allowed to graduate. Public outcry is enough that the school says they will allow him to graduate (just not walk across the stage.)
Meanwhile, Liberty university offers him a full ride, going so far as to comment about this kid trying to do the right thing and getting in trouble for it in a time where America is praising an NBA player for coming out as homosexual (no, I didn't make that up.)
When you see a basketball player who is glorified for announcing that he’s gay and then you see an honest young man like Cole arrested and treated like a criminal for making an honest mistake – you wonder what’s happening to our country,” he said. “The culture seems to be completely disconnected from our roots – our Christian heritage and our Constitution. I hope the American people wake up before it’s too late