Going deeper into a DI Lie (Politics)

by xeno6696 @, Sonoran Desert, Saturday, October 17, 2009, 03:50 (4639 days ago) @ David Turell

I would say that considering his profile that the general (and absolute) silence of any voices condemning him for his theological views proves my point. 
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> We are talking around the issue I tried to address before. The tremendous liberal slant in the colleges and universities, and in the science labs. That is not good for American education, research, or politics. You are right,Collins is acceptable, but Rush Limbaugh is not, in his case for the NFL. 95% of Hollywood is very liberal. That propaganda machine can slant any national discussion. Most of the newspapers and their writers are liberal, again around 90%. Freedom of the press was constitutionally suppposed to inform us and protect us from misinformation. But not on a one way slant. This is what I was driving at. I don't care a wit about the DI. But some of the information that they point out is worth discussing as this article on trying to set up an evolutionary tree by using genes, instead of morphology. It has been shown in the past that common proteins create different trees than morphology, or just mess up the morphology tree. (Evolution, A theory in Crisis, Michael Denton, 1985.) This article shows that getting to a single tree is a problem:
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> http://genomebiology.com/2007/8/6/R109#IDATWFPL-You grew up in a much more liberal time. I frankly do not see more liberal excesses than conservative ones, and in the long wrong the conservative excesses are actually more damaging, especially to individual liberty. I became an active citizen under Bush and the Patriot Act, passed by a congress too scared to stand up to the political capital he gained after 9/11. The patriot act allows for deep packet sniffing of any internet traffic that goes through the US, without warning nor warrant. Canada and Europe route all of their traffic around the U.S. because of this. Analytically, only two countries have similarly archaic privacy laws, Saudi Arabia and China. The liberal excesses? Global warming? Vegetarianism? Yeah. That sounds really threatening.

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