On Tuesday, Democratic Mississippi Rep. Credell Calhoun introduced a bill that would impose strict religious requirements on teachers in the state’s public schools. Among other proposed rules, House Bill 1100 would mandate that Missouri educators rea…http://bit.ly/2rCMkCc
Mississippi’s Governor Phil Bryant has had another attack of Convenient Religious Belief just in time to ask a judge to reinstate House Bill 1523.http://bit.ly/2faYlFC
Just over a week ago the Satanic Temple, unwavering disciples of the Prince of Darkness and aspiring adopt-a-highway participants, performed a Pink Mass over the grave of Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps Jr.'s mom. On Monday, the chief of the Meridian PD said that they are “in the process of constructing affidavits” and “will have [the satanists] arrested...
Mississippi Republican Lawmaker Pushes Bill That Would Allow The Teaching Of Creationism In Science Classes
“To say that creationism as a theory is any less valuable than any other theory that nobody can scientifically prove I just think is being close-minded.”http://huff.to/1U6FFWr
House Bill 50, introduced in the Mississippi House of Representatives and referred to the House Education Committee on February 8, 2016, would, if enacted, allow science teachers with idiosyncratic opinions to teach anything they pleased — and prohibit responsible educational authorities from intervening.http://bit.ly/1T5S6AY
Mississippi Teacher Calls Atheist Student a “Fool,” Humanist Group Interveneshttp://bit.ly/1ODyPGv