Sunday Creationism Cartoon
Garry Trudeau has some fun with Louisiana's classroom creationism kookiness
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Jul 10, 2011 | Comments (0)
When the Louisiana state legislature adjourned on June 23, 2011, Senate Bill 70 (PDF) — which would have repealed the antievolution law in effect in the state since 2008 — died in committee. The driving force behind the repeal effort was Baton Rouge high school senior Zack Kopplin, working with the Louisiana Coalition for Science.
We live in a day when students lead the charge for truth, while parents and legislators want to sacrifice their childrens' education to satisfy their political affiliation with the antiscience "team." To learn more visit NCSE.
See the original strip at Slate.
Tags: Antiscience, Religion, Evolution, Belief, Creationism, Education, Politics