This fall Texas will mandate that public high schools in the state offer Bible study classes. A couple of thoughts: First, the way some teachers are describing how they intend to approach the class seems thoughtful – would that it were a world religion study class, though.. that’s something I could really get behind.
Second, to make matters only a little worse – it is an elective after all – apparently the teachers are unprepared. Way to go, Texas!
- Esquire Magazine hangs out with the Birthers, and a handy list of conservative media types who think the group is out of its gourd.
- Pretty much anything opposing his viewpoint that leaves Lou Dobbs without argument is worth seeing again.
- Amy Poehler, Sarah Silverman, Christina Applegate, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, Jane Krakowski, and Mary Louise Parker talk about getting older in the entertainment industry…did you know some idiot got the idea into his or her fool head that Amy should play Rachel McAdams’ mother?
- Finally, let’s give Texas another round of applause -“Alerting the public about a fire, hurricane, or traffic accident on Twitter is an unlawful tweet. So claims TechRadium, a company in Sugar Land, Texas.”
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