Yes, that's who we need on a public school board, a loon who has never
attended a public school!
In a message dated 11/8/2012 4:04:03 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
[address removed] writes:
wasn't all great news on Tuesday. Sarah Fowler, the
creationist got herself elected to the Ohio
State Board of Education. She
beat a lawyer and a former
NASA scientist, badly. 100k votes to 25k or 46k
I'm stunned, especially at the wide
On Thu, 8 Nov[masked]:41:08 -0500
Tiborsky <[address removed]> wrote:
> Very interesting comment
there- it seems like the
>secular "movement", or
> whatever it
is, is leaving its mark.
> Yeah, it's hard to say... the
beginnings of a
>progressive shift, or just a
Nov 8,[masked]:00 PM, "Greg Priddy"
>> I'm happy about this news, but not overly
>>Have we reached a
>> tipping point? I don't
know. The electorate tends to be
>>very fickle, and
swings back and forth.
>> In 2008 things also looked
pretty good right after the
>>election, and then
>> the Tea
Party came roaring in for the 2010 mid terms.
>> certainly be well prepared in 2014, but I hope they'll
>>need to be selling
>> something better than they were in
>> From the comments on the Religion Dispatches
>> "I do think religion is going to have to
submit to more
>> evidentiary demands of public
discourse, even though I
>>don't trust science
provide a reliable road map to social good.
>> Part of we
religious peoples' angst is that many of the
>> world we've gotten away with simply asserting for
>>generations are being
>> called into question and put to
tests we're not ready or
>>willing - frankly
>> - to
>> On Thu, 8 Nov[masked]:19:47
>> Mark Tiborsky <[address removed]>
>>> Wow- it's becoming clear that this was a
Amendments in favor of equality for gay
>>>Americans pass in
>>> states (first time by popular vote), and amendments to
>>>ban fail in at
>>> one state
(Minnesota). Measures to repeal "Obamacare"
>>>and another to
>>> special privileges to religious groups fail in
>>> Two states vote to
legalize pot for recreational use.
>>> elected the nation's first openly
gay U.S. Senator,
...Who also professes no religion :) Meanwhile, nut
>>> narrowly kept her seat, but a good handful of the
>>> conservative/religious nuts went down in flames-
>>>including the "legitimate
>>> rape/god's gift"
twins, Akin and Mourdock, and the
>>> West of Florida.
>>> And all
the goofy God talk & posturing didn't seem to
>>> Anthea Butler of Religion Dispatches writes that
>>>God talk doesn't
with Americans", but I think maybe it goes beyond. Is
>>> Right truly losing its influence over the American
>>>populace in general?
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