“Natural selection won’t work to make the first cell.”
For university students, this is likely your only chance to examine the evidence for design in a rigorous and objective classroom setting.
The reader was supposed to picture military aircraft raining ordnance on high school biology classrooms.
When it comes to reporting about policies on teaching evolution in public schools, you can’t believe much of what you read in the media.
Anyone with any common sense would object to the gruesome and indecent image.
“I am encouraged by the strong stand the Senate has taken in favor of open discussion,” said Senator Jeff Raatz.
Really, this is a brilliant idea and was too long in coming.
This year, South Dakota has an opportunity to encourage more scientific inquiry in the classroom.
When it comes to defending evolutionary orthodoxy, journalism and propaganda merge seamlessly.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State falsely claim that SB 55 would authorize the teaching of “intelligent design.”