What same-sex "marriage" has done to Massachusetts - 2012 by Brian Camenker October 2008 Updated June 2012
TalkOrigins Archive: Exploring the Creation/Evolution Controversy
A Scientific Defense of a Creationist Position on Evolution
A Critique of PBS's Evolution 100 Scientists, National Poll Challenge Darwinism Monday, September 24, 2001 Contact: Mark Edwards 206.292.0401 x107 / email@example.com SEATTLE--In an ironic greeting to the seven-part public television series "Evolution" that begins tonight, 100 scientists have declared that they "are skeptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life." The signers say, "Careful examination of the evidence for Darwinian theory should be encouraged."
by Robert Locke I AM NOT A CREATIONIST, and must confess that until recently, I treated people who questioned evolution with polite dismissal. But there has recently emerged a major trend in biology that has been suppressed in the mainstream media: evolution is in trouble. More importantly, this has absolutely nothing to do with religion but is due to the fact that the ongoing growth of biological knowledge keeps producing facts that contradict rather than confirm evolution. These two books—Michael Denton's Evolution: A Theory in Crisis The Scientific Case Against Evolution
In the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s, being an unwed mother carried a significant stigma in America. It’s now called the “baby scoop” era and during this time young women -- usually in their teens -- were either hidden at home, sent to live with distant relatives or quietly dispatched to maternity homes to give birth. Estimates are as many as 1.5 million young mothers who say they were forced -- some just minutes after delivery -- to hand over their babies for adoption during this period. It was a decision that they seldom made on their own. Abducted generations?
Animal Rights Facts = Animal Rights Exposed