He tried to force creationism into curriculum last year, and failed. This year he wants teachers to be required to "prove" anything they teach. If a student questions anything in any class, the teacher must be able to provide some sort of proof (like, say, a science book?)
1) an example of another complete moron who does not understand the definition of the phrase "scientific theory" (here's a hint - it does NOT mean something not proven. It is a collection of facts which support a claim)
2) an example of another complete moron who does not understand the definition of not making any law regarding the establishment of religion.
But I'm guessing he'd count the Bible as a valid source of fact if anyone wanted to teach creationism?Answer Question
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