Browsing All posts tagged under »creationism«

A Confederacy of Reformers

March 24, 2013


I’d be lying if I told you I wasn’t feeling overwhelmed by all the rapid changes happening in the education sphere. I’m positive I’m not alone in feeling this way – based on the feedback, articles and correspondence I’ve been receiving from local and national groups and individuals. As I struggled to zero in on a […]

Bobby Jindal, John White and Chas Roemer Believe Slavery is Just a “Choice”

March 23, 2013


I for one am glad that Bobby Jindal is finally getting the attention he deserves. Bobby has spent a lot of time courting out of state interests while neglecting radioactive parish gobbling sinkholes, perpetual budget crises created the same exact way every year (failing to accurately account for revenue, failing to budget based on actual […]

Alternatives to Intelligent Design

January 24, 2013


Originally posted on CONTRARY BRIN:
Part of a series of re-issues of my most-popular online postings.  This one about the deep illogic underlying the claims by the fundamentalist community that they “just want students to be exposed to all sides and make up their own minds.” ================== THERE IS RICH IRONY in how the present battle over…

Creationism Vs Evolution Vs Intelligent Design? Lets Solve this!

August 26, 2012


THE CHALLENGE Can we clearly and politely determine which or which combination of these three theories should be taught in a Science class and why some theories would not belong? It think it’s time someone addressed this topic rationally and maturely,  and explained why Creationism and Intelligent Design don’t belong in Science classes. Until someone responsible […]

Education Related Projects – Status Report and Log

July 22, 2012


Current Education Related Projects – Intro I just realized I’ve been working on a number of different projects to expose education abuses and to improve education for the children in my state with a passion I usually reserve for online gaming and good food and drink.  Admittedly I was motivated by spite as well as […]

Bobby Jindal Doesn’t Believe in Evolution, but I Think I’ve Figured Out Why

June 29, 2012


Bobby Jindal has fought successfully to allow creationism to be taught in public Schools in Louisiana.  When the public schools tried to teach both evolution and creationism he realized he had to do something, so he set about privatizing the entire public school system.  At first, I wondered how someone who was a Rhode Scholar with a […]

Come to Louisiana! We Have Dinosaurs!

June 27, 2012


Bobby Jindal and his creationist allies have finally got it all figured out!  Dinosaurs did exist, and they still do!  You’ve heard of Nessie, aka the Loch Ness Monster?  Well she’s actually just a real live dinosaur.  The earth is still only a few thousand years old, just like the bible says. Thanks to John White, Bobby […]

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