Godfrey Stewart claim top spot in Group C of ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup

first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Godfrey Stewart High are now sole leaders of Zone D in the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/daCosta Cup football competition, after edging Petersfield 1-0 in Savanna-la-mar yesterday to make it two wins from as many matches.The lone goal was scored by Ronaldo Bandoo, who completed a sweeping build-up. Before that, the Petersfield defence proved stubborn.Winning coach Oliver Slowley said the win proved how desperate his players are for success this year.”It is always good to get a good start in a competition such as this, where the margin for error is so small,” Slowley noted.”I am very pleased with this win because Petersfield always come prepared for Godfrey, and now that we have gained three points at their expense, the focus will now shift to our next match on Thursday,” he said.Both schools entered the game confident of posting a second win in as many matches, but Petersfield failed to spark, leaving their coach Godfrey Drummond a miserable man after the defeat.”It is still early season. You win some and you may lose some. I don’t think we played to potential today at all. That was clear to see. I hope the players take stock of this dreadful performance and fix it for the next match, but we are still in it,” he said.Godfrey Stewart, winners of the daCosta Cup in 2005, have according to Slowley their best squad in several years and are aiming to do likewise.Yesterday’s ResultsRobert Lightbourne 1 Yallahs 0Paul Bogle 1 St Thomas Tech 0Seaforth 0 Morant Bay 0Kemps Hill 3 Old Harbour 0Vere Tech 8 Tacius Golding 0Brimmervale 1 St Mary High 1St Mary Tech 0 Iona 1Christiana 7 May Day High 0Alston 0 Spalding 4Bellefield 0 Holmwood 3Little London 1 Grange Hill 1Herbert Morrison 1 William Knibb 1Central 1 Bustamante 0Fair Prospect 2 Happy Grove 1last_img read more

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Prez. Sirleaf Orders Forensic Audits

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has ordered a full scale investigation including comprehensive audits of all seven projects supported by the Japanese Counterpart Value Funds based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Justice.According to an Executive Mansion release, Madam Sirleaf ordered the “full scale investigation” following the receipt of preliminary investigation reports by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Cllr. Benedict Sannoh, on the slow pace of implementation and allegations of financial improprieties in some of the seven social and economic development projects supported by the Japanese Government.These projects include the Institutional and Human Resource Support Project under the department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the construction of three bridges in Grand Cape Mount County managed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs; the construction of five storage facilities and the Paddy and Seed Rice Project, Phase two managed by the Ministry of Agriculture; and the LIFE and Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Projects managed by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.President Sirleaf has further mandated the General Auditing Commission (GAC) to expeditiously conduct a comprehensive forensic audit of the finances of the projects, while the Ministry of Justice will continue its investigations into the implementation of the projects, in close collaboration with the GAC and relevant institutions with the view to identifying and subsequently prosecuting those who may be culpable for any improprieties.These actions are intended to prevent impunity, protect the integrity of the projects, induce transparency and accountability in their implementation, and to ensure that the developmental objectives contemplated under these projects are achieved.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Boakai, Weah Confirmed for Nov. 7 Run-off

first_imgUnity Party standard bearer Joseph N. Boakai and Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer George M. Weah are in a 2nd-round election to decide who becomes President of LiberiaHenry Flomo, National Elections Commission (NEC) communications director, has confirmed to the Voice of America (VOA) that former international soccer superstar George Weah will face Vice President Joseph Boakai in the second round, which the commission has scheduled for November 7.Flomo said neither of the two men got more than 50 percent of the votes, which is required by the Liberian Constitution to outright win the presidency. Weah has garnered about 39.0 percent, while Boakai has obtained 29.1 percent of the votes counted so far.The second round winner will succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first female president, who is stepping down after two terms.Ahead of the runoff, there are already mixed views among Liberians who are calling various radio phone-in programs, with some pledging support for the vice president, hoping he can continue Sirleaf’s development achievements. Others said they will support Weah in hopes that he would usher in the change that he has promised.This will be the third time since multi-party elections were restored that Liberians will be revisiting the polls to decide on who becomes the country’s next president in a run-off presidential election between the two candidates who obtained the most number of votes from the first round of the October 10 polls.The two candidates with most of the votes so far were unable to secure the required 50 percent plus 1 for an outright victory. So far the top opposition contender, George Manneh Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), has secured 572,453 votes, which amounts to 39.0 percent of the 1,550,923 votes already tallied across the country. Vice President Joseph N. Boakai of the ruling Unity Party (UP) trails by 427,550 votes, which represents 29.1 percent of the national tally.And with the the NEC having tallied 95.6 percent of all votes cast on Tuesday, October 10, it is quite unavoidable that a run-off election will ensue, but Mr. Flomo said this will be done on November 7, instead of the 8th, which was in the case of the two previous postwar elections.Weah is contesting as a presidential candidate for the third consecutive time since he first ran in 2005.Article 83 (b) states that all elections of public officers shall be determined by an absolute majority of the votes cast. If no candidate was able to obtain an absolute majority in the first ballot, a second ballot shall be conducted on the first Tuesday in November.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Arsenal chief executive Gazidis to join AC Milan

first_imgNow the move has been confirmed, with Raul Sanllehi, currently head of football relations at the Emirates Stadium, to become head of football when Gazidis heads to Milan.Arsenal’s chief commercial officer Vinai Venkatesham will take over the role of managing director at the same point.Gazidis, 54, has reportedly been offered £3.6 million ($4.7 million) a year — a £1 million increase in his present salary — and an equity stake in the AC Milan by the American owners Elliott Management, who took over in July.Gazidis, who will leave Arsenal by the end of October, has worked for the Gunners since 2009 and has been behind a radical change in management structure at the Emirates.He played a major part in introducing roles such as Sanllehi’s, as well as that of head of recruitment — a post held by Sven Mislintat.Those appointments wrestled some power away from Wenger, whose 22-year tenure came to a close at the end of last season.Gazidis wrote a lengthy message to Arsenal supporters, in which he described his impending move as the “hardest decision of my life”.There have been significant changes behind the scenes at Arsenal in recent months, with majority shareholder Stan Kroenke last month launching a bid to take overall control of the club through his company Kroenke Sports and Entertainment (KSE).His son, Josh Kroenke, is deputy chairman of KSE and praised the work of Gazidis during his tenure at Arsenal.“It has been a pleasure working with Ivan. We will miss the wisdom, insight and energy he brought to our club on a daily basis over the past decade,” he said in a statement announcing Gazidis’ departure.Milan confirmed that Gazidis will begin working with the club from December 1, describing him as a “world-class football executive”.Arsenal, who have not won the Premier League title since 2004, are currently in seventh place, six points behind leaders Chelsea.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Long-serving Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis is set to move to AC Milan to fulfil a similar role, according to reports © AFP/File / GLYN KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 18 – Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis is to leave the club to take up a similar post at Italian giants AC Milan, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday.Speculation that Gazidis — who oversaw Unai Emery’s appointment to replace Arsene Wenger in May — will depart for Italy has been rife for some time.last_img read more

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Chelsea transfer news: Blues target focused upon Olympics amid transfer rumours

first_img Gabriel Barbosa is currently on Olympic duty with Brazil 1 Chelsea target Gabriel Barbosa insists he is fully focused on the Olympics and not his future.The Santos striker has been heavily linked with a move to Europe this summer after scoring 21 goals last season.Chelsea are tracking the 19-year-old, while the likes of Barcelona and Juventus are reportedly interested too.But the teen star insists he is putting all that to one side as he looks to help Brazil win gold at the Rio Olympics.“Honestly, I am not involved in the negotiations,” Barbosa told reporters in Brazil.“Before I came I left everything in the hands of my parents and my agent.“Obviously I hope it’s decided soon, but I must not rush because the window is still open for a long time.“Everyone knows I’m a Santos fan, I’m happy there, but right now I’m just thinking about the Olympics.”last_img read more

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Valencia beat Everton to signing of LaLiga ace

first_img Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer three-way race Valencia have beaten Everton to the signing of Celta Vigo star Daniel Wass, according to reports.The Toffees had been tracking the 29-year-old this summer as Marco Silva looks to improve the squad he’s inherited at Goodison Park. But, according to El Desmarque, the Denmark international will not join Everton, as he is set to sign for Valencia this week. targets Wass will reportedly leave Celta for Valencia TOP WORK Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father REVEALED Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? 2 Latest transfer news Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 2 The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star LIVING THE DREAM targets moving on RANKED Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January The LaLiga club will cough up around £5m for Wass, and he will put pen to paper on a four-year contract at the Mestella.Right winger Wass has been with Celta since 2015, and he entered the final year of his contract at the start of July. IN DEMAND LATEST Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Wass played for Evian and Benfica before joining Celta in 2015 Wass was unwilling to extend his existing deal and, as a result, Celta have decided to cash in on him now.last_img read more

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Martial to join PL rival, Rashford’s future, Rangers bid for Liverpool starlet?

first_img targets Nabil Fekir, the Lyons forward, remains open to a Premier League move despite the plug being pulled on a summer transfer to Liverpool. (Mirror)And here are the top talkSPORT.com stories…EXCLUSIVE: Jamie Carragher says Marcus Rashford must leave Manchester UnitedEXCLUSIVE: Bill Kenwright promises Farhad Moshiri ‘loves Everton’ after the majority shareholder increased his stake in the clubManchester United want Atletico Madrid’s Andrea Berta as their director of footballJerome Boateng called Jose Mourinho to explain why he couldn’t leave Bayern Munich for Old Trafford 3 three-way race LIVING THE DREAM Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti moving on RANKED Fabregas could be leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season LATEST Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ IN DEMAND Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Anthony Martial is set to join one of Manchester United’s rival Premier League clubs as Jose Mourinho has ‘lost patience’ with the France forward. Tottenham and Arsenal are interested in the 22-year-old. (Express)Marcus Rashford will be STAYING at Old Trafford, however, as he is prepared to fight for his place. (Sun)Rangers’ offer to sign Dominic Solanke on loan was rejected by Liverpool. Huddersfield, Middlesbrough, Aston Villa and Lyon also had bids for the England forward turned down. (Standard)Cesc Fabregas, the Chelsea midfielder, is being tracked by AC Milan ahead of becoming a free agent next summer. (Express) Milan are also keeping tabs on Aaron Ramsey, who also becomes a free agent at the end of the season. The Wales midfielder has yet to commit his future to Arsenal. (Sun)Aston Villa are hoping to re-sign John Terry, the former Chelsea and England defender, after the 37-year-rejected the chance to join Spartak Moscow. (Express)Kenedy, the Chelsea winger, does not want to make his loan stay at Newcastle a permanent one. (Sun)Fulham are set to open contract talks with 18-year-old wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon. (Standard) The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Boateng, the Bayern defender, was a target of Manchester United’s over the summer Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing talkSPORT.com round up all the latest transfer rumours and gossip from Thursday’s papers and online… Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer 3 TOP WORK Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade targets REVEALED 3 Latest transfer news Liverpool order Lazar Markovic to train with the academyKevin-Prince Boateng reveals pasta was one of the reasons he returned to Italian football over the summerRobinho blames Chelsea for failed transfer in 2008last_img read more

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No time to spare for Yanks and Halos

first_img Muse: It’s bad enough that Fox messed up the Dodgers. Now they’re making life difficult for the Angels. OK, the Yankees, too. The upshot is that Fox network officials decreed that Game 4 of the rain-delayed Angels-Yankees series would start at 8 p.m. New York time Sunday, and that Game 5 back in Anaheim tonight will start at 5 p.m. L.A. time. Today’s coast-to-coast baseball edition of The Sporting Muse: News: Angels-Yankees AL Divisional Series gets new theme, “Sleepless in SoCal.” Meaning, with the Yankees claiming Game 4, that the two teams will start Game 5 about 21 hours after the end of Game 4, with a coast-to-coast flight in-between. Talk about turbulence. Pity the players who can’t sleep in the air. The teams arrived here a few hours before this newspaper hit your morning doorstep and will be back at the Big A around 2 p.m. Not exactly conducive to the best kind of baseball. But baseball gives Fox the leeway to make the call on game times in search of Nielsen ratings and ad dollars, common sense be damned. If you’re a betting man, don’t expect a lot of scoring. Both starters, Bartolo Colon and Mike Mussina, will be well-rested because they weren’t with their teams. News: Angels miss their shot. center_img Muse: It is bothersome that the Angels can come out and mash one night and then struggle the next, a season-long habit. This is the second time in the series that they made rookies who throw breaking pitches Shawn Chacon and Chien-Ming Wang look like Hall of Famers. Mike Scioscia made the right move in starting John Lackey in place of the ill Jarrod Washburn, because he’s the starter most capable of working on short rest, and he performed superbly. Plus, the extra day of rest should be an asset for Colon, whose back has been troubling him, and there was no reason to save Lackey for the next series. The Angels have four advantages tonight. They didn’t use Frankie Rodriguez while the Yankees needed a two-inning save from their closer, Mariano Rivera; Colon has incentive to make up for his slow start in Game 1; the Angels shouldn’t be confused by the soft-serve stuff of Mussina after seeing it in Game 1; and they’re not scared of pinstripes. News: Braves fans switch chants to “Tomahawk Choke.” Muse: That’s the cruelest word to throw at a sports team, but Atlanta embraces it. After all, winning 14 straight division titles sounds like a great accomplishment, but when you have one World Series title and handfuls of embarrassing playoff bow-outs, it applies. The Braves’ blew 5-0 and 6-1 leads in Game 4 of their divisional series against Houston Sunday, making it four straight first-round exits and five times in the last six years. Since the Braves advanced to the 1999 World Series, their postseason record is 11-23, and they’ve spread the love, with playoff series losses to the Cardinals, DiamondBacks, Giants, Cubs and Astros. There’s a reason why Braves fans don’t spend their money on first-round games. The Braves won the season series against the Astros, 5-1, and outscored them 42-13 in the process. Meaningless. The common denominator in this unique streak all the division bling and playoff clang is manager Bobby Cox. The second-guessing for 2005 will be his decision to skip John Smoltz’s turn in the rotation and his use of inexperienced closer Kyle Farnsworth on Sunday. Farnsworth came into the game in the eighth and gave up the Lance Berkman grand slam, then returned in the ninth and gave up the two-out home run to Brad Ausmus, who came into the at-bat with 71 career home runs in 13 major league seasons. It would have been interesting to see the game go longer than the 18 innings it did. Roger Clemens worked three innings, and the Astros only had two players left Roy Oswalt, who started Game 3, and Andy Pettite, who was scheduled to start Game 4. News: Astros and Cardinals meet in NLCS, again. Muse: The series went a draining seven games last season and it could go seven again, mostly because the Astros can feasibly start Oswalt, Pettite and Clemens in six of seven games. The Cardinals are playing brisk, efficient baseball and deserve to be favored, but the Astros have been to the playoffs six times since 1995 and seem due to finally get to the World Series. News: Padres swept away like dust. Muse: Shocking development. The Padres never led in their series against the Cards, either. The best thing about the sweep is that the NL West chumps went 82-83 on the season including the playoffs. The Padres scored 11 runs in the three games. The Cardinals’ Reggie Sanders drove in ten by himself. Sanders may be the most underrated and unique clutch player in baseball. After spending eight years with the Reds, he has been with six teams in the last seven seasons, and has helped his team to the playoffs five of those seven seasons. In 1999, he led the Padres with 26 home runs. In 2000, he helped the Braves to the NL East title. A year later, he hit 33 home runs and won a World Series ring with Arizona. In 2002, he was back in the series with the Giants after swatting 23 home runs in the regular season. He led the Pirates in home runs in 2003 (31), and hit 22 last year and 21 this year for the Cardinals. The Dodgers considered signing a couple of times during this run, and for Sanders’ sake, he has to be thankful they didn’t. News: White Sox make Boston bleed. Muse: Terry Francona made all the right moves a year ago, but the Red Sox manager muffed the first-round series, what with Curt Schilling not making a start and the Sox using a reeling Matt Clement in Game 1 and moving their most effective starter in September, Bronson Arroyo, to the bullpen. It might not have made a difference, though, considering the way the Red Sox pitched in general. The difference a year ago was clutch pitching. The problem this year was a lack of it. News: Baseball officials laud parity. Muse: What parity? Since the playoffs were expanded in 1995, there’s been a lot of repeat customers in the postseason. Of the 44 berths available in the NL, 23 were claimed by Atlanta (11), St. Louis (6) and Houston (6). The NL West has been the only division defining parity the Giants made four postseason appearances and the Padres, D-Backs and Dodgers three each (and just one appearance in nine years for the Bums). Ditto in the AL, where the Yankees (11), Red Sox (6) and Indians (6) have more than half of the berths. Again, it’s the west with some parity, Oakland and Seattle having made four appearances and the Angels and Rangers three each. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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GALLAGHER: WE MISSED A LOT OF CHANCES BUT MONAGHAN WERE THE BETTER TEAM

first_imgDonegal manager Rory Gallagher faces the cameras after his side’s defeat to Monaghan at Ulster Football final in ClonesDONEGAL manager Rory Gallagher faced the television cameras after his team’s one point defeat to Monaghan clearly disappointed at the result.Gracious in defeat and full of praise for Monaghan, Gallagher also said his team missed a lot of chances – 16 wides in total – that his players normally put away.Paddy McBrearty had the chance in the dying seconds to pull the scores level to 0-11 to 0-11. But the 21-year-old’s left footed strike sailed wide of the upright and Monaghan clinched the Anglo Celt cup by a single point.In his post-match inquest, Gallagher told BBC Sport NI: “They played better much better than us in the first half and were the better team than us in the first half.“Then we had a lot of momentum and we played really well in the second half but missed a lot chances , I don’t know what the wide count was, which we normally get.“We closed the gap in the second half and Monaghan got a couple of scores, we got a couple of scores but we missed a lot of chances when we had the momentum.” But now his team will have to pull together after the defeat if they want to keep their homes alive of lifting the Sam Maguire this year.He added: “We have no choice not but to regroup as we are out in two weeks time again.“There is going to be disappointment for a few days but there is no option but to get on and get into an All-Ireland quarter final.’’And Gallagher was full of praise for the Farney men.“Monaghan were terrific and brought a great level of intensity, particularly in the first half. “Even when we were in the top in the second half, they kept dogging it out but that’s what we would expect from Monaghan. The best of luck to them and fair play to them.”GALLAGHER: WE MISSED A LOT OF CHANCES BUT MONAGHAN WERE THE BETTER TEAM was last modified: July 19th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GALLAGHER: WE MISSED A LOT OF CHANCES BUT MONAGHAN WERE THE BETTER TEAMlast_img read more

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Ohio School Board Votes Down Critical Analysis of Evolution

first_imgIn more apparent fallout from the Dover case, the Ohio State Board of Education (OSBE) voted 11-4 to strike language from the high school science standards that stated simply, “Describe how scientists continue to investigate and critically analyze aspects of evolutionary theory.”  The same standards specifically mentioned that intelligent design would not be taught.  No textbooks were to be changed; evolution would still be taught as fact.    Nevertheless, a motion to strike out the critical-analysis statement was introduced by one board member, Martha K. Wise, based on input from evolution lobbyists and fears of what happened in Dover; MSNBC News reported that fear of a lawsuit entered into her decision to make the motion.  With three key board members who supported the policy absent, the vote was taken before the legal opinion on the constitutionality of the language was provided.  For details on this policy reversal from a board that had previously supported it unanimously, see Evolution News.  Wise claimed the policy was introducing intelligent design into the standards and claimed, “It is deeply unfair to the children of this state to mislead them about science.”     Another posting on Evolution News told how biologist Dan Ely testified to the board just after the vote was taken; he was dismayed that the board had caved into outside lobbyists who were giving erroneous information.  He stressed how the concerns over teaching ID were completely unfounded.  “In this lesson we don’t have intelligent design,” he stated, “But, you say there is.”  The proposed standards said explicitly, “The intent of this benchmark does not mandate the teaching or testing of intelligent design.”    The vote came on the heels of a new Zogby poll that showed that an overwhelming of Ohioans – over two thirds – support the critical analysis of evolution in school, and a smaller majority favor teaching evidence for intelligent design when evolution is taught.  Discovery Institute News reported the results and provided an executive summary.  This poll appeared to have no influence on the vote; the OSBE took their action without any public hearing.  One subheading in the Evolution News article summarized: “Vote Took Place Without Board’s Attorney’s Legal Opinion, Public Input and Three Key Board Members.”    Meanwhile, in California, the Frazier Park High School “philosophy of design” class ended in late January.  The superintendent himself taught a session on journalistic ethics, and assigned the students to analyze various newspaper reports about their class.  A local paper printed their responses; almost every one found that the papers (including national news organizations) had violated the journalism code of ethics by printing false statements, reporting second-hand and biased anecdotes, failing to get accurate information from the source (such as actually visiting the class or interviewing students) and omitting essential information that left a biased impression.  Uniformly, for instance, they portrayed Mrs. Lemburg as a “pastor’s wife” instead of a teacher who had more years of experience at the school than most other teachers, and they failed to say the class was an elective in which both students and their parents had signed consent slips.The pattern for elitists, whether scientific or educational, is to run around the public and pump votes or court rulings based on false statements.  Nothing in the Ohio critical-analysis policy should have caused any rational person any concern.  This entire action was taken purely out of fear of a lawsuit, for which there would have been no legal or constitutional issue at stake.    Darwinists are treating “Intelligent Design” as a politically charged buzzword, hoping it will engender instant panic without the need for further discussion about what it means or what the issues are.  The same fear tactic was used against Frazier Mountain High School, California, where the school decided to settle out of court because they didn’t have the funds to fight a lawsuit, not because they felt guilty about holding an elective “philosophy of design” class.  This fear tactic against elected officials’ ability to respond to their constituents may have a short-term chilling effect, like the tanks in Tianenmen Square, but the desire for freedom is strong.  How ironic that “free thought” now stands for those who wish liberty from the tyranny of powerful Darwin-Only Darwin-Only DODOs and their attack dogs at the ACLU.  Once proclaiming independence from an established state church, the Church of Darwin has become its own nemesis.(Visited 9 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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