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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

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 ID proponent spills the beans

Looks like Kansas District 6 School Board member Kathy Martin -- one of the most outspoken of the ID proponents at the Kansas Science Standards hearings -- forgot to memorize her talking points:
"Why shouldn't theology be taught in the classroom? Morality ought to be taught in every class. Prayer ought to be allowed. Whenever a child wanted to pray in class, I prayed with them. All children believe in God. Even little children whose parents don't take them to church believe in God."

The Discovery Institute must be thrilled. Heh.

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