Monthly Archives: August 2015

Science is science, hopefully

Tampa Bay’s Creative Loafing blog Political Animal has a post up entitled School of thought: Florida schools are ripe for potential church-state violations. Of interest to us is this observation: Science is science. You’d think there wouldn’t be any argument … Continue reading

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Unintelligent Design

Lynn University in Boca Raton has a series of courses called Dialogues of Learning that tackle the main topic of Belief and Reason. One of the courses offered in the Dialogues series is Unintelligent Design. The course description says: Ever … Continue reading

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Sidestepping an important question about school vouchers

The Palm Beach Post published a Q & A session with representatives of Step Up for Students about Florida’s Tax Credit Scholarship Program: Accountability next debate for private vouchers I want to emphasize that Florida Citizens for Science as an … Continue reading

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