Way back in June we mentioned that a federal judge told the Royal Lane-based Institute for Creation Research that its lawsuit against the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board didn't stand a holy ghost of a chance -- mostly because, well, it didn't make a lick of sense. Which is to say, sure, ... More >>
Seems we weren't the only ones following the case of the Institute for Creation Research v. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board; so too was The Chronicle of Higher Education, which alerts our attention to a ruling by U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks handed down Friday that has closed the case ... More >>
Maybe, maybe not. OK, probably not. But while I was on PACER this afternoon hunting down something unrelated, I thought I'd see if there'd been any resolution in the ongoing legal brouhaha involving Royal Lane-based Institute for Creation Research and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board ... More >>
Much thanks to the Friend of Unfair Park who sent word -- or is that The Word? -- of a confab being thrown by the Institute for Creation Research over on Royal Lane. Sounds like quite the shindiggity planned for mid-November at First Baptist: the "Demand the Evidence" conference, during which ICR ... More >>
Couldn't help myself -- just had to get on PACER for a status update on the Institute for Creation Research's lawsuit against the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. No doubt you recall the reason for the litigation filed in April in Dallas federal court: The Royal Lane-based ICR claims th ... More >>
For those with a little free time this morning, the Institute for Creation Research filed an 80-page complaint in Dallas federal court at the end of last week claiming that the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has done violated its constitutional rights, including freedom of speech, freedom ... More >>
Should creationism win out, textbooks throughout the countrynot just Texaswill challenge the theory of evolution in science curricula
Creation scientist Dr. Carl Baugh claims he's found evidence that will explode the 'myth' of evolution. But the biggest myth is Baugh himself.