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.
Meet Amy, who has been passionate about math and biology as long as she can remember.
Look at all the axe-grinding crammed into a brief news report. The article itself testifies to the need for this bill.
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.”
Darwin Day is coming up — February 12, aka Academic Freedom Day. Yes, that means we’ll be introducing you to a new Censor of the Year.
This legislation, if passed, would protect teachers who wish to discuss the “scientific strengths and weaknesses of existing scientific theories.”