Ahhh Yes, Just Another Argument For Home Schooling! – Bus driver calls student a “stupid little bigot,” among other things, for sharing her religious views. Sounds like the school lied about what was on the video tapes and the parents only found out when they sued to see them. Amazingly, the school didn’t discipline the driver in any way or even put her on another route.
This a bus driver. Not a teacher or administrator. This is someone that is paid minimal wages to transport children to and from school, not to bash the children over their religious views.
How Christianity Encourages Scientific Inquiry – One commenter claimed that:
“If it were up to Christianity, we wouldn’t even know what those little lights in the SKY at NIGHT are.”
My response (more here):
That’s odd, because the writer of Genesis knew that there were a vast number of stars, akin to the number of grains of sand in the sea.
And he knew it when people at that time (and for a couple thousands more years) thought there were only 1,100 stars or so (See Genesis chapters 15, 22 and 32).
The writer sure was lucky, eh?
He also made a “lucky” and rather confident assertion that the universe came into being a point in time.
I’ve started using Windows Live Writer, a free desktop application, to edit my posts. It mirrors the WordPress format but has several advantages:
- lets me copy draft files to make templates (big timesaver!)
- capability to write offline
- easier picture importing and editing
- easier to copy and paste links
Installation tips and overview here.
Why can’t Obama Find Time For Arizona Gov. Brewer? He finds time to talk to the head of Iran and other “friends” of the U.S. but can’t talk to a U.S. governor whose laws he has criticized and whose borders he is obligated to protect?
Despite some twisting done by pro-abortionists, Susan B. Anthony: Pro-life was a pro-lifer.
Best caption of the week, or possibly the month, by the Wintery Knight: “Unborn baby schemes about pro-life persuasion.” He looks like a little Mr. Burns from The Simpsons (“Excellent”).