Sour grapes with Tennessee’s HB 368


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Opinion reads: The bill goes on to require that school officials “assist teachers to find effective ways to present the science curriculum as it addresses scientific controversies,” and orders that a teacher may not be prohibited by those officials from teaching about the “strengths” and “weaknesses” of the so-called controversies. By the time you reach the end of the bill, where it claims not to promote any “religious or non-religious doctrine,” any truly critical thinker can tell they’re being duped.

But who actually is being duped here? Time to wake up folks:

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