news from the frontlines of the evolution-creationism controversy
EVOLUTION MINUTE SHOW ARCHIVES
EVOLUTION MINUTE SHOW ARCHIVES
|Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler start the Palin dialogues
Tina Fey recently made a special guest appearance on SNL impersonating Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. The real candidate who believes that both Intelligent Design and Evolution should be taught in schools has had difficulty proving herself fit for national office. Comedic impersonators Fey and Poehler came back to satirize another actual interview between CBS anchor Katie Couric and Creationist Sarah Palin.
|Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Sarah Palin brings back the Culture Wars
Just when we thought the presidential campaign was settling into a discussion about the issues, Creationist Sarah Palin enters the race. Although Hillary Clinton did not take the bait to have a smack down with the pro-life, death penalty diva, Tiney Fey and Amy Pohler did manage to portray them together on Saturday night live.
|Friday, August 29, 2008
A Creationist enters the presidential race
John McCainÕs decision to choose an anti-abortion, pro-creationism, death penalty diva as his vice-presidential running mate has stunned the nation. Some creationists are asking why McCain chose unknown Alaska governor Sarah Palin instead of the immensely popular national figure and avowed creationist Mike Huckabee. Besides wanting to drill for oil everywhere, Palin is also not a friend of the Polar Bear.
|Wednesday, July 30, 2008
"Leave us alone!"
Despite being portrayed as Satan by some evangelical church groups, Oprah Winfrey continues to support Eckhart Tolle's position that evolution and Christianity are not in conflict.
|Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Eckhart Tolle squares off with Creationists
Spiritual teacher and New York times best-selling author Eckhart Tolle has found himself directly in the middle of an evangelical defamation campaign.
|Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Is Obama catering to the creationists?
Taking a page from President Bush, Barack Obama wants to expand White House efforts to steer social service dollars to religious groups. Calling the Bush faith-based program "a photo op", Senator Obama says he would scrap the office entirely and create a new Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships that would be a "critical" part of his new administration.
|Wednesday, June 25, 2008
A leading creationist accuses Barack Obama of pushing a fruitcake interpretation of the Constitution
As Obama broadens his outreach to evangelical voters, one of the movement's biggest names, James Dobson, accuses the likely Democratic presidential nominee of distorting the Bible and the U.S. Constitution. Dobson told millions of his listeners on his weekly radio program, Focus on the Family, that Obama is dragging biblical understanding through the gutter.
|Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Barack Obama promises a return to science
In a direct fire across the bow of Fundamentalist Evangelical Christianity, the presumed Democratic candidate for US president has clearly stated where he stands on the evolution-creationism controversy.
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|Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Judgment Day in Texas
The Texas State Supreme Court upheld an appellate courtÕs ruling that the 450 girls forcibly removed from a Mormon cult in Texas be returned. The court ruled that the Fundamentalist MormonÕs polygamist & other sexual practices were protected by the separation of Church and State as set forth in the U.S. Constitution.
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