How is any of this constitutional? How do these discriminatory guidelines not break federal civil rights laws?
At an emergency meeting a week ago, a majority of the members on FFRF’s Executive Board of Directors voted that Darwinian evolution is, in fact, a religion.
First, it is definitely NOT against either federal law or Supreme Court precedent to teach about scientific criticisms of Darwin’s theory.
This sort of behavior is not new. In 2004, the University of Helsinki (Finland) cancelled some scheduled talks by Discovery Institute fellows Paul Nelson and Richard Sternberg.
This proposed law largely echoes the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment on free speech (including on religious matters).