Good news before I go ... [Stranger Fruit]

NCSE has announced that two remaining anti-evolution bills have died in committee: Alabama & Missouri.

To recap the year:

  • Mississippi - dead in committee
  • Oklahoma - dead in committee
  • Iowa - dead in committee
  • New Mexico - dead in committee
  • Florida - dead in committee
  • Alabama - dead in committee
  • Missouri - dead in committee
  • Texas - in committee

The boys over at the Discovery Institute must be a little down this evening. With a record like that, they are the Detroit Lions of anti-evolutionism.

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