Rapid Response: Another shot at evolution
Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, has said he plans to introduce a bill in the Indiana General Assembly that proponents say would allow students to hear various sides the debate about evolution and other controversial topics in their science classrooms.
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Since: Apr 12
#1 Dec 6, 2012
Translation of the Republican stance: Can't have those kids get any real learning, because then they'd realize we've been lying to them, so let's encourage them to waste time with a non-existent debate about a non-existent "theory" and real science now.
Yep, keep the voters stupid.
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