Sunday, October 21, 2007

Here We Go Again

Oiy, they're at it again. Sen David Vitter slipped a $100,000 appropriation into an education bill for the Louisiana Family Forum (LFF) to "develop a plan to promote better science education." Only problem is, part of the LFF's charter says that they want to "persuasively present biblical principles in centers of influence, including schools." Apparently in the past, LFF has advocated teaching creationism in the science classroom to accomplish this goal.

Groups Ask Senate To Remove Earmark Promoting Creationism From Spending Bill
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
From Americans United for the Separation of Church & State

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