It’s rare for the media to offer a fair view of academic freedom legislation, in any state.
Adam Laats and Harvey Siegel offer a seemingly humane and generous compromise on teaching evolution in public schools.
Nicholas Kristof groups dissent from evolution with racism.
As a Ball State University associate professor of astronomy and physics, Hedin taught an interdisciplinary honors course called Boundaries of Science.
In his New York Times column recently, Nicholas Kristof offered “A Confession of Liberal Intolerance.”
Purely naturalistic neo-Darwinism is self-defeating in its illogic. The consequences of this truth are far-reaching.
Religious associations of scientific views on origins should not be constitutionally fatal, but rather should be considered an “incidental effect.”
In a section that spans an impressive 76 pages with 380+ footnotes, Luskin documents numerous historical associations.
Courts typically ignore anti-religious historical associations with Darwinism.
Your taxpayer dollars will be going toward research on preconditioning young minds to accept evolution.