Unfortunately, the Reuters reporter balked at my suggestion that fairness would dictate the article point out we aren’t pushing ID into public schools, and the law doesn’t do that either.
Governor of Tennessee Bill Haslam allowed his state’s academic freedom bill to become law, but he also bought into some of the falsehoods being spread by the Darwin Lobby.
In The Philosophical Breakfast Club, Laura J. Snyder feels compelled to make the founders of modern science Darwin-friendly.
Darwinists are working hard to pressure Governor Haslam into vetoing an academic freedom bill that has passed both houses in that state.
Do critics of academic freedom have no better argument than this?