Since Lt. Gen. Michael Gould, Air Force Academy superintendent, decided in August to keep the latest cadet climate survey under wraps, several individuals have called for its release.
Most vocal among them is Mikey Weinstein, a 1977 AFA grad, who started the Military Religious Freedom Foundation in 2005 after allegations arose that evangelical Christians were shown favoritism at the academy.
The latest fervor stems from Gould's comment that he's seeing progress at the academy, even as the climate survey shows 40 percent of non-Christian cadets and staff are subjected to unwanted proselytizing. (The Independent knows what the survey shows because we obtained a copy a few weeks ago.)
Anyway, the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado has joined Weinstein in calling for the survey's release, issuing a letter today.
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