What the March for Science Is Really About: Your Money
More research funding sounds nice, but as Jonathan Wells explains, it does the search for truth no favors.
David Medved, RIP
Whether in science, politics, or religion, one of the qualities most lacking in modern culture is breadth of vision.
New Administration Displays Old, Naïve Understanding of Science
In a stunningly biased headline this week, The Washington Post said “Obama Aims to Shield Science from Politics.” Well that is certainly one interpretation of the Administration’s announcement that it will fund new embryo-destructive research! Of course, this is nothing new. It has been an anti-Bush mantra of the hard Left for some years now that there is “A Republican War on Science,” to borrow Chris Mooney’s delightfully fatuous phrase. In the debate over how to teach evolution in public schools, we often hear Darwinists cry, “Science is not democratic.” To which I’ve heard John West sagely reply a thousand times, “But public policy is!” The recent headlines, and the Administration’s own rhetoric, regarding the President’s decision to have taxpayers Read More ›