Not counting lies, an unprecedented sixteen (!) times AP couldn't figure out what the heck Donald Trump was saying in a one-on-one interview
Wind and solar have combined with natural gas to produce virtually all the nation’s major new electrical capacity; coal and nuclear are economically less competitive.
The vote comes a day after Trump signed an executive order dismantling environmental protections enacted under President Obama.
The Republican Party has made politics a celebration of literally knowing nothing about anything, but feeling very strongly about it
Kilmeade and Rubio agree that Plato, the guy who founded the West's first institute of higher learning, should have been a welder
Drowning in evidence, Cruz denies there is evidence, and then claims if we say he "denies" it we're proving climate change is a religion
Carson wants to punish liberal colleges for teaching things he doesn't approve of - "extreme political bias" - otherwise known as facts.
At a town hall meeting at the University of New Hampshire, Carson tried to explain that science is something you can believe in - or not
It is science that explains our universe, and that it science - not a cherry-picked Bible - that provides us the means of that understanding
This is not an epistle of despair, but more of a secular gospel of hope, and a plan for positive change that can come about only through a revolution in thinking
Although fundamentalist Christians have no dearth of so-called tormentors, for the past eleven weeks their greatest enemy has been science in the person of Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Fox science documentary series Cosmos.
The ongoing, and one-sided, battle between creationist Ken Ham of "Answers in Genesis" notoriety and highly-regarded astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson of Fox's Cosmos is humiliating for America because Ham typifies the right wing evangelical Christian ignorance founded on ancient mythology.
Republicans have illegally passed laws mandating the teaching of the creationism as science in public schools using taxpayer dollars because they claim the creation myth is real and evolution is an abomination.
The more science discovers about how the universe works, the more regressive Republican thinking becomes. Dragons were real and prove the authority of the Bible. The proof? Dinosaurs of course!
It is mindboggling there are so many Americans opposed to science and steeped in myth and superstition in the 21st century.
Tony Perkins wants you to worry about your child being brainwashed by the "radical teachers" that "infest" our public schools.
Not all liberals are progressive, and not all progressives are liberal. And when we discuss politics, we must recognize and respect our differences.
Well over 50% of the population in Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Oklahoma consider themselves to be very religious, and they are very depressed.
David Barton claims that science won't be able to cure AIDS because AIDS is a punishment for sin showing he is as ignorant of science as he is of history