Scalia: Constitution Does Not Protect Women, Gays from Discrimination

September 20, 2010

Justice Antonin Scalia announced his view that the Constitution does not bar discrimination against women, gays and lesbians.

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Texas Gubernatorial Candidates Weigh In on Intelligent Design, Curriculum Standards

September 13, 2010

Texas Gov. Rick Perry and his opponent, Houston Mayor Bill White, have responded to questions on K-12 education.

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Judge Halts Stem Cell Research Funding

August 23, 2010

A federal district judge ruled that all embryonic stem cell research is an illegal violation of the Dickey-Wicker Amendment.

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City Council’s 10 Commandments Proposal Sparks Heated Exchange

August 17, 2010

The Marion, IL city council wants to install a Ten Commandments monument in the town square, "in God's will."

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CFI Commends House Resolution on Texas Curriculum Revisions

August 10, 2010

CFI joined 22 other advocacy groups in thanking Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson's resolution supporting sound education.

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Chino Valley High Schools to Teach “Bible as Literature”

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August 10, 2010

Critics say the elective class is an attempt to use public school resources to push religion.

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More on Perry v. Schwarzenegger

August 04, 2010

Today's decision provides a refreshingly frank consideration of the religious motives behind the gay marriage ban.

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Louisiana School District Flirts with Creationism

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August 03, 2010

The Livingston Parish School Board is considering whether to teach of creationism in public school science classrooms.

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Ogopogo Lake Monster Goes Missing

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July 27, 2010

A fake news story provides comic relief for frustrated skeptics.

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Poll Shows Texans Dissatisfied with State School Board Curriculum Revisions

July 21, 2010

A new poll shows that more than 2/3rds of likely voters in Texas support reform of the state school board.

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