He gives Coulter a huge amount of credit for some very thorough subtlety. Not that she isn't capable, but I think she was just throwing red meat out there for her readers who she knows want to read this.
As for her own views, well I tend to have a lot more respect for those who just espouse out and out creationism rather than try and redefine science to meet their political goals.
The West spent the last 500 years developing and teaching by the scientific method. Islam spent that last 500 years teaching religion in schools. Enough said.
Actually he doesn't - the whole piece is an attack on Coulter's idiocy through satire of his own.
Well I have respect for people who make compelling arguments and Ann did a great job.
Two falsehoods. I am old enough to remember when children would sing Christmas Carols and Easter songs in public school. That was not 500 years ago. Religion was not spit upon as allowed by today's athiests.
I also have a problem qualifying throat-cutters as followers of God, the essential basis of Western religion. The cutthroat Barbary pirates were practicing theft and slavery in the name of Allah. Can one imagine a God who would approve of such behavior?
But only the last 150 trying to prove macro-evolution.