Foregone conclusion

If there is an unwritten law in the field of science, it is this: Thou shalt not discover anything that even suggests that evolution could be wrong. And a second unwritten law is like unto it: If you do discover anything that undermines evolution, keep it to yourself.

Mark H. ArmitageA scientist was fired from his job at California State University, Northridge, after discovering fossil evidence that supports a young earth and then publishing his findings. While at a dig at Hell Creek formation in Montana, scientist Mark Armitage came upon the largest triceratops horn ever unearthed at the site. When he examined the horn under a high-powered microscope, he was shocked to see soft tissue. This discovery stunned other scientists because it indicated that dinosaurs roamed the earth only thousands of years ago rather than 60 million years ago.

In Armitage’s wrongful termination and religious discrimination lawsuit, court documents revealed that a university official challenged his motives by shouting at him, "We are not going to tolerate your religion in this department!" Armitage joins a growing number of scientists and educators who have lost their jobs for challenging the sacred cow of evolution. Many institutions of higher learning are no longer interested in pursuing the evidence wherever it may lead. They only care about evidence that leads them straight to their foregone conclusion that evolution is a fact.

PHOTO: School serves burned burritos covered with melted plastic for ‘healthy’ lunch


an apology to the students and families that were involved with that and we are doing training to make sure that it doesn’t happen again,” Barbour County Schools Superintendent Joe Super tells WDTV.

He didn’t elaborate on what “training” is required to inform employees most human beings wouldn’t eat such a lunch.

Meanwhile, an Indiana school district is warning that apple slices “packaged in accordance with federal, school food service guidelines” may make children violently ill — or may even kill them.


imageOn Saturday, April 25th, Paulina stopped to film the suffering victims of #policebrutality when she was quickly surrounded by members of the protesting community, who exercised their right to unanimous free speech with the help of middle fingers and F-words, which she continued to record in order to raise awareness about their just cause.

Without warning, one of the selfless fighters for liberty and justice proactively liberated her purse and ran.

The incredulous RT reporter shouted "suka," which roughly translates as "you f-g bitch!" and eagerly followed the representative of the oppressed peoples of the world, while screaming, "Give me bag! Give me bag!" as the camera continued to roll.

Very soon the innocent protester was illegally stopped and knocked to the ground by corrupt Baltimore police, who brutally oppressed him with unreasonable demands to return the liberated handbag.

On the bright side, the wailing RT correspondent was still able to catch this act of American police brutality on camera and, after filing a report at the police station, she returned to her direct professional duties of vilifying the cops and promoting the glorious struggle of oppressed minority workers and peasants of Baltimore, Ferguson, and elsewhere. All is well that ends well.