Tony Perkins, head of the conservative Family Research Council, on Sunday said that liberals were to blame for mass shootings because they have allegedly taken God out of the public square.
No event has changed more from the 1960's up until today. It's amazing it's still considered the same sport.
No wonder the district is very short on science and math teachers...
Pastor Brad Shockley told viewers of the "Let The Bible Speak" television program over the weekend that the Bible proves that dinosaurs -- and dragons -- lived on the Earth at the same time as humans.
Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday recommended that potential Republican candidates like Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker should always answer "yes" when they are asked if they believe in evolution.
Walker's former high school science teacher tells him to "man up."
(Journal-Sentinel) In his last response, Walker declined to answer a question and follow-up from his interviewer about whether evolution was real, saying politicians were better off steering clear of that issue. "I'm going to punt on that one as well," Walker said. "I'm here to talk about trade, not to pontificate about other things." After Walker declined to state his views on evolution, the event's moderator, Justin Webb of BBC Radio 4, told him that he believed any British politician would answer such a question by making clear that he or she believed evolution was true. --Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin today, while in London on a trade mission. [LOW VIDEO QUALITY, SYNCHING ISSUES]
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Gov. Bobby Jindal, a former biology scholar at Brown University, refused to say if he believed in evolution during a breakfast held by the Christian Science Monitor.
A review of the textbooks created after extremists on the Texas State Board of Education rewrote history proves them worse than expected.
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