Monthly Archives: November 2017

Another “controversial theories” bill filed and other bad news

My sincere apologies, folks. I have a laundry list of bad news to tell you about. Let’s get right to it. “Controversial Theories” bill I’ve already told you about Senate Bill 966, introduced by Sen. Dennis Baxley, that proposes allowing … Continue reading

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Evolution complaint in Palm Beach County … and other news

All of you really need to keep an eye on what’s going on in within your home turf. Sometimes it’s very difficult to learn what’s happening from afar, so it’s incredibly important for you to monitor your local news. As … Continue reading

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It can’t be done without you … updated

What can you do? How can you help? How can you make a difference? I’m getting a lot of inquiries from folks wanting direction. They have the interest and the desire to pitch in but they’re not sure where to … Continue reading

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Here’s an opportunity to sound off!

Last week I told you about the Florida Constitution Revision Commission, charged with making recommendations for ways our state constitution can be revised. I pointed out that one suggestion filed by the commissions was this: 4. Deleting language barring state … Continue reading

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Teaching that global warming is caused by human activity is “blatant indoctrination”

The Associated Press issued a story today about the new Instructional Materials bill approved by our Florida legislature and signed by our governor earlier this year: New Florida law expected to increase conflict over textbooks. Reporter Terry Spencer took on the … Continue reading

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Education a target for Constitution Revision Commission

Every two decades a commission is charged with reviewing the Florida constitution and suggesting changes to it. I admit that I know very little about the process, so I will rely on you folks to educate me and guide all … Continue reading

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“Florida’s Bible belt runs the show in Tallahassee”

Most Floridians are still enjoying their turkey eating and deal hunting and so not much is developing concerning the filing in our state legislature of an “academic freedom act” bill by Sen. Dennis Baxley. It was introduced quietly last Friday … Continue reading

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The controversy “will never be over”

The Orlando Sentinel’s School Zone blog posted a short story about the new “controversial theories” bill recently filed by Sen. Dennis Baxley: Sen. Baxley files school bill to require ‘controversial’ science topics be taught in ‘balanced’ way. State Sen. Dennis Baxley, … Continue reading

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