Evolution should be an easy sell in the classroom. What’s the problem?
The reporter’s credibility really dissolves when she turns, inevitably, to the Dover case.
Trifling evidence and momentous conclusions. That is evolution in a nutshell.
Shala Barczewska’s book is fair because it offers critiques of both evolution lobbyists and ID proponents and other Darwin-skeptics.
Nye is big on praising diversity. But when it comes to a diversity of viewpoints on evolution, the façade of broadmindedness drops.