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Thursday, November 16, 2006 :::
 

This guy might shut us up

Concerned that the voice of science and secularism is growing ever fainter in the White House, on Capitol Hill and in culture, a group of prominent scientists and advocates of church-state separation on Tuesday announced formation of a Washington think tank designed to promote “rationalism” as the basis of public policy.

The brainchild of Paul Kurtz, founder of the Center for Inquiry-Transnational, the small public policy office will lobby and sometimes litigate on behalf of science-based decision making and against religion in government affairs.

Can people who disavow that their sinful impulses and urges are virtues because their consciences have been formed by the Catechism be excluded from democracy in America?

Good luck trying to rail against followers of the Divine Martyr.

Surely he jests!


::: posted by prolife pundits at 11:21 PM

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