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So let me get this straight … the legislature is objecting to ‘political’ viewpoints ‘complicat [ing] and prejudic [ing] the scientific investigation’ into climate change and there response is a political resolution to tell science teachers how to teach the science???
Thanks to this “Red Tory” person, I now know that evangelicals are “against rational thinking,” have “primitive views,” are “ignorant [ly] prejudic [ed]” and exercise “bigotry.”
Green's pose takes a toll on his budding romance with Minify's niece Kathy Dorothy McGuire, who comes to realize by her own example that even those who insist that they harbor no anti-Semitic feelings are also capable of prejudic
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