The candidate is Kenneth R. Willard, a Kansas Republican who voted with the conservative majority in 2005 when the school board changed the states science standards to allow inclusion of intelligent design, an ideological cousin of creationism. Voters later replaced that majority, but Mr. Willard, an insurance executive from Hutchinson, retained his seat. If he becomes president-elect of the national group, he will take office in January 2009.
And based on the court decision he helped bring about, he will be powerless to push his anti-science agenda if he does get elected.
posted on 05/23/2007 8:23:19 PM PDT
(Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
posted on 05/23/2007 8:45:12 PM PDT
(Gun-free zones are a mass murderer's first choice.)
anti macro-evolution is not anti-science. Are you a total idiot?
posted on 05/24/2007 8:44:30 PM PDT
(please, no more consensus)
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