Weaver95: These people are embarrassingly stupid and weirdly proud of it.
Blues_X: I hope a teacher starts telling students about the Hindu view of creation.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Next up: renaming Liberal
TwistedIvory: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Next up: renaming LiberalThat town has always confused me. It's my mother's hometown and I've been there more times than I can count (I grew up in eastern KS). I remember at a young age asking my mom, "But WHY is it called 'Liberal?'"
cameroncrazy1984: Weaver95: These people are embarrassingly stupid and weirdly proud of it.And also really non-self-aware: FTFA:"The statement went on to say that "teaching the materialistic/atheistic ideas to primary school children whose minds are susceptible to blindly accepting them as true" is unconstitutional and dangerous, and therefore the new science standards must be stopped. "And yet apparently teaching primary school children about religion is not dangerous at all.
parasol: truly frightening the quotes in tfareads like - my faith and parenting are weak - therefore, you may not expose my child to anything scientific I may have to explain - or anybody else's child because Jesusalso science fair projects invite the Devil's fire right up to the kitchen table - why else would so many of them feature Volcanos?
Benevolent Misanthrope: Why in the world do judges even hear these bullshiat cases?
Schools are like polling places. And religion is like a penis. It's OK to have one. It's OK to be proud of it.It is NOT OK to wave it around in public.
dletter: [proudtobeafilthyliberalscum.com image 440x260]
qorkfiend: Question. Is there a judicial test to determine what does and does not qualify as a religion?
Nurglitch: What if they just teach it as "mostly, contingently, and as far as we knew, kinda true," rather than TRUTH?
vudukungfu: qorkfiend: Question. Is there a judicial test to determine what does and does not qualify as a religion?Is it based on peer reviewed science or an invisible friend?
qorkfiend: so now they're trying to drag science down to the level of religion.
super_grass: Luckily for them, the hard core post-modernists are also starting to reject empiricism because of "privilege" and "social constructs".Looks like all derp converges at the top.
vudukungfu: Schools are like polling places. And religion is like a penis. It's OK to have one. It's OK to be proud of it.It is NOT OK to wave it around in public.
give me doughnuts: vudukungfu: Schools are like polling places. And religion is like a penis. It's OK to have one. It's OK to be proud of it.It is NOT OK to wave it around in public....or to ram it down childrens' throats.
FloydA: Benevolent Misanthrope: Why in the world do judges even hear these bullshiat cases?At this point, the judge should be allowed to just skip ahead to the penalty phase.
nekom: What's science ever done for us?*clicks add comment*
give me doughnuts: ...or to ram it down childrens' throats.
HotWingConspiracy: There are religious schools you can send your fat children to, bootstrap that shiat.
Speaker2Animals: Brad Dachus of Pacific Justice complained that is a violation of a child's rights to teach them that Creationism isn't the truth.Which f*cking religion are you talking about, moran? I went to a Catholic high school and learned about evolution in freshman biology, and was taught the creation story in Genesis was allegory.
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