To: metmom; DaveLoneRanger; editor-surveyor; betty boop; Alamo-Girl; MrB; GourmetDan; Fichori; ...
Do you oppose the teaching of Evolution?
I’m sure your posts and comments wil go far to dispel the notion that teaching the “strengths and weaknesses” of evolution is not and in no way should be associated with “creationism and religion”.
posted on 03/30/2009 2:11:44 PM PDT
("Oh bother!" said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.)
posted on 03/30/2009 2:39:02 PM PDT
(Beware of socialism in America; the Islamization of Eurabia)
"providing that students will learn, for example, to "analyze, evaluate and critique scientific
including examining all sides of scientific evidence
Great--that's what science class is for; this is hardly a great victory for creationism. Note, though, that I highlighted scientific above. Any alternative explanation that is based on Genesis will not be legal. As a proud Texas Christian, I'll work to ensure that the bible stays out of science class.
posted on 03/30/2009 2:47:12 PM PDT
by Buck W.
(The President of the United States IS named Schickelgruber...)
In the end, the rhetoric meant to evoke fundamentalist cranks was mixed with pious statements doing the very kind of religious posturing the Darwinists project onto their foes...
posted on 03/30/2009 6:57:54 PM PDT
(The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing---Edmund Burke)
Half the kids still won’t be able to read at a 4th grade level.
One quarter of them won’t even finish high school.
It’s still public school.
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