A top science question the candidates for president should answer is:

How much longer are we going to stand for ID/creation nonsense to challenge evolution in public schools?

How much longer are we going to stand for ID/creation nonsense to challenge evolution in public schools?

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      • DaveDave commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This question is far too biased to ask a presidential candidate, and also the issue is out of their control. We could ask them what their view is on the teaching of ID in public schools.

      • SamSam commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This question strikes me as ambiguous. What do you mean by "challenge"? After all, it's already impermissible to teach ID/creation in public schools, so in a sense, the "challenge" has already been met, and there's nothing more to do. But if, by "challenge," you mean we should silence those who advocate for ID/creation in public schools, well I think the last thing we need to do in a free society is to silence opposition.

      • Robert J. KolkerRobert J. Kolker commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Don't stand for it. The folks in Dove PA voted out the school board that introduced Intelligent Design. A court case further put a spike in it. Do you propose violating the First Amendment and regulate churches????

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