From Huffington Post:
Husband Of Trump’s Education Secretary Once Promoted Intelligent Design In Schools
In 2006, Dick DeVos thought Michigan students should be exposed to “more ideas.”
In the new issue of Salvo Denyse O’Leary writes
. . . It’s a curious feature of U.S. politics, as seen from Canada, that American media—in the face of serious science-related problems like totalitarian nations having access to plutonium—continue to obsess about what Republican politicians believe about evolution. They do not seem to grasp that the remote past may not matter much if the next two weeks prove to be an apocalyptic horror.
One day, years ago, a Canadian political maven turned to me and asked (with respect to a different campaign), “Who cares how old that guy thinks Earth is? Why [does it matter]?” Was he running for president of the Evolution Society?
Who cares indeed? Having thought about the subject for some years, I think I can offer a partial answer: the traditional big media care about it—but pretty much no one else does. That fact helps account for their accelerating collapse. . . .
Denyse’s article was written right before Mr. Trump was elected to be the next president. You can read the entire article here [Evo-Elitism: Darwinism’s Missing Link to Civil Liberties] or wait for the issue to come to your mailbox (ships next week). Subscribe today!