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“In choosing the odd title, the founders of 350. org wanted to communicate that their group was a science-based, single-issue organization.”
“So does our science-based President address the narrative or the facts?”
“But never-the-less, it is consistently the number 1 legislative solution adopted by western democracies, including the supposedly science-based Obama administration.”
“The very first time out, when confronted with a science-based care recommendation (that women not receive breast cancer screening until after 50), the Congress specifically overrode it in the bill under a firestorm of public outcry.”
“Technocrats want to believe, and perhaps honestly believe themselves, that care guidelines in the new Federal health care system will be science-based.”
“(I would add federal funding for some of the nation's aforementioned "crisis pregnancy centers" to Knox's list of examples of anti-sex religious ideology replacing science-based health services.)”
“Knox notes that the same underlying suspicion of human sexuality finds expression in more mainstream areas of American politics, like federally-funded abstinence-only education, which substitutes religious homilies and gender stereotypes for science-based sex ed.”
“We must determine the full scope of the damage, and put in place comprehensive, science-based solutions that restore livelihoods, habitat, fish and wildlife.”
“They're both science-based shows made for a wide audience.”
“We hope they will do the right thing, consider all the facts, recognize the science-based and common sense explanation for this accidental ingestion, and follow the lead of Holland and Denmark, where riders who have also tested positive for clenbuterol because they ate tainted meat were not punished.”
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