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Musings Of An Intellectually Shell-Shocked Kansan

by Jason Miller : Life in Kansas can be as surreal as the landscape of a Salvador Dali painting. Critical thinking is a scarce commodity. "Scopes II

by Jason Miller :

Life in Kansas can be as surreal as the landscape of a Salvador Dali painting. Critical thinking is a scarce commodity. "Scopes II" provided me with ample evidence that Kansans are proudly waving the banner of anti-intellectualism. Last week, the 6-4 conservative Christian majority on the Kansas State School Board contrived a 21st Century reenactment of the Monkey Trial of 1925 to "prove" that Evolution is a flawed theory. How did my home state time warp past the Age of Reason?Farcical would be a generous description "Scopes II" read on

Jason was kind enough to email me his latest article which really should be read in it's entirety.

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