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Cavalier’s Miller eyes swift return to RSPL

first_img He admitted that the bond formed with Hamilton and Jenkins helped because they have been playing together for some six years. “Before a game, we talk, and because of the understanding, it is easier to play together. I also enjoy playing with Alex,” he reasoned. Miller won the schoolboy triple in 2011 and the double in 2012 with St George’s College. The former national Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 midfielder wants to move up to the senior team, and also aims to play professionally overseas. However, Miller has bow legs and this hampers his movement. “I was born with bow legs. When I was a member of the Under-20 team, the coach, Luciano, offered to take me to Brazil to have the legs broken (then reset). But I refused, because I was not sure what would happen after (the operation),” the former St George’s College Manning Cup star pointed out. “I think I am moving faster now,” Miller added. Captain of Cavalier SC, Ryan Miller, is confident his club will make a swift return to the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL). Cavalier were demoted last year to the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Super League, where they are the standout team this season and have already secured a spot in the semi-finals of the league. “I am enjoying my role as captain of the team so far,” the 20-year-old, who is the top scorer in the Super League and Jackie Bell competition, told The Gleaner. “The aim is to get Cavalier back in the premier league. We have a youthful squad that is improving. We beat Waterhouse in the Jackie Bell semi-finals on Sunday night and that serves as a morale booster going forward,” Miller said. Miller represented Cavalier in the RSPL last but wanted to move when the team was relegated. However, he was convinced to stay by close friends and teammates, Nicholas Hamilton and Oshane Jenkins. ‘I really wanted to play in the premier league this season, but after discussions with Hamilton and Jenkins, as well as the Cavalier management, I decided to stay. “Now, with this group of players, especially Alex Marshall (St George’s College star), I am confident that Cavalier can return to the premier league,” Miller said. GREAT BONDlast_img read more

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Aston Villa ‘agree fee’ for star Lille midfielder

first_img1 Lille midfielder Idrissa Gueye Aston Villa are on the brink of sealing the £9million arrival of Lille midfielder Idrissa Gueye.The 25-year-old Senegal international, who thrives in the holding role and graduated from Patrick Vieria’s academy in 2010, has made over 130 appearances for Lille and has also attracted interest from Arsenal this summer.But it is understood Villa have now agreed a fee with the French Ligue 1 side, with the player believed to be flying to Britain on Thursday for talks and a medical.If he completes a move to Villa Park, Gueye would be Tim Sherwood’s second summer signing at Villa, following Micah Richards’ switch from Manchester City.Like the sound of this deal, Villans fans? Check out talkSPORT’s Transfer Spotlight on the midfield starlast_img

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Job Vacancy: Donegal steelwork company seeks new staff member

first_imgJOBS: Letterkenny steelwork company Bonnar Engineering Ltd are seeking a new staff member to join their highly-competent workforce.The long-established company are currently recruiting for an experienced roof cladder / steel erector.This is a permanent position. Duties include:Installation of cladding/sheeting to industrial and commercial buildingsFixing of flashings, gutters and downpipes etc.Erection of structural steelworkSlinging/Banksman dutiesDriving of teleporters / lifts etc.Candidates must have a reasonably substantial amount of experience of the above tasks and preferably hold the relevant skills tickets (CSCS / CPCS) for same. Further training on the job will also be given.Candidates must have ability to use initiative and progress tasks with minimum supervision.See www.bonnarengltd.ie for details on our company. Apply with CV to info@bonnarengltd.ieJob Vacancy: Donegal steelwork company seeks new staff member was last modified: March 22nd, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bonnar engineering ltd.Job Vacancyroof claddersteel erectorlast_img read more

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FIRE SERVICE WARNS ABOUT USE OF STOVES AFTER INCREASE IN HOUSE FIRES

first_imgThe Donegal Fire Service has issued an urgent appeal about the proper fitting of stoves in homes.Stoves should be checked regularly.It follows an increase in the number of housefires across the county, which the fire service believe are related to these stoves.A spokesman for the fire service said these fires can be avoided using some simple common sense. The spokesman said “Donegal Fire Service has noticed a rise in fires involving multi-fuel stoves in domestic dwellings. Some of these were serious and caused significant fire damage to the structure of the dwellings. This may be down to inappropriate installation or lack of maintenance.“In particular this is the case with respect to retro fitting of these heating appliances to existing homes where metal flues or similar are fitted to run through existing construction or are enclosed in timber stud and plasterboard construction.“A minimum separation distance must be maintained from the flue to any combustible construction, to prevent ignition through radiant heat.”The spokesman added that if you intend to have a stove installed, please ensure that you employ a competent person and that the appliance is installed in accordance with Technical Guidance Document Part J of the Building Regulations. These regulations also require that carbon monoxide detectors are provided in the room where the appliance is situated and in any room in which the flue passes through.If your stove is used every day, the flue or chimney may need to be cleaned more than once a year depending on the type of fuel burned.A competent person should be employed to ensure that this is done properly as a build up of soot particles is a common cause of chimney/flue fires. If you need further assistance you can call the Donegal Fire Service, High Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Tel: (074) 91 21676 or e-mail: fireservice@donegalcoco.ieFIRE SERVICE WARNS ABOUT USE OF STOVES AFTER INCREASE IN HOUSE FIRES was last modified: March 19th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:dangerdonegalDONEGAL FIRE SERVICEFIREShomeSTOVESWarninglast_img read more

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GAA: NÓTAÍ NA CEALLA BEAGA

first_imgThe Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 10, 19, 24 and 29. There was no winner of Match 3 Numbers. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €1,900. Match 3 is €180. The Killotto is now online. If you would like to do the Killotto and are not at home, go online to the new website www.killybegsgaa.com and follow the link for the instructions.There was no winner of the Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prize went to Connie McGinley, Meenaneery, Carrick. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1,850 on 48 calls.Ladies played Kilcar on Thursday evening in Towney and came home with victory. Score line: Killybegs 3-07 Kilcar 1-10. The ladies play their final league match against Bundoran on Tuesday 26th at 7.30p.m in Fintra, please come and support.Any club member who wishes to get tickets for the All Ireland quarter final can contact MacDara before Friday 0879119505. Please note all tickets must be paid for on ordering. GAA: NÓTAÍ NA CEALLA BEAGA was last modified: July 19th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: KILLYBEGS GAA CLUB NOTESonline killybegs lottolast_img read more

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Jurgen Klopp hits back at Simon Mignolet’s criticism of Liverpool

first_img Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury huge blow “But there are worse things in the world that being No.2 – and you are pretty well paid at Liverpool.“In the first moment when understanding decisions or not, it’s always better to talk to me about that directly than newspapers.”After Karius’ departure, Mignolet is second fiddle to £67million summer signing Alisson Becker, who has settled well into English football – keeping three clean sheets in as many games.And the Liverpool boss heaped praise on the Brazilian ahead of their clash at the King Power Stadium.Liverpool predicted XI v LeicesterKlopp added: “He is a good goalkeeper but we have defended well so far. It’s not like he has had 20 shots on target. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won silverware 3 “Hopefully it stays like this but you need a goalie who is always spot on and at his highest concentration level. And hopefully at Leicester there will not be 15 shots on target. We have to avoid that and then in specific moments he needs to be there.“So far so good, nothing to moan about but we know that as a club there will be difficult moments for some players during the season. It’s our job to push them as far away as possible.”The Reds also made the headlines for hiring Thomas Gronnemark last weekend –  a specialist throw-in coach – and Klopp hailed the coach’s immediate impact.He said: “I never heard about a throw-in coach [before].“You know about a lot of different things as a football manager. I played the game, I’m managing for around 18 years, but that doesn’t mean I’m a goalkeeping specialist. And I’m obviously not a throw-in specialist. Speaking ahead of the Reds’ clash at Leicester on Saturday, Klopp suggested Mignolet was in a fortunate position to be among the Liverpool ranks.Klopp said: “In general, discussing your individual problems in public doesn’t make too much sense.“It’s always better to speak to each other, I’m a big believer in that.“But it was still okay. If he was happy to be a No.2 then I wouldn’t really know him. He’s a top professional, a top goalkeeper, and of course he is not happy to be No.2. Alisson has made an immediate impact since signing from Roma in July RANKED 3 REVEALED Karius was Klopp’s preferred choice of keeper for most of last season possible standings Klopp did concede he understood Mignolet’s frustration at being a No.2 center_img England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade smart causal REVEALED Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Jurgen Klopp has criticised Simon Mignolet for publicly questioning Liverpool’s decision to not let him go out on loan this summer.Liverpool’s No.2 said to Belgian media he felt it was “bizarre” that Reds keeper Loris Karius was allowed to go to Besiktas on a two-year loan deal, yet he was not allowed to leave the club before the end of the transfer window. shining How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures 3 Latest Liverpool FC News Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars “I know about different movements but it was not 100 per cent clear. How can I improve the guy with the ball and not only the movement of the other guys?“When I heard about Thomas I wanted to meet him. And when I met him it was 100 per cent clear I wanted to employ him.“Now he is here and we work on that from time to time, but we use his information as well during the week when he is not here. We’ll use it for the academy as well.“I must always be the guy who decides when we use them but you cannot have enough specialists around. We have that fitness, medical departments, nutrition and now we have somebody for throw-ins.“He’s good guy. Has he made a difference? Yes, he already has. The boys like it.”last_img read more

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CUSTOMS AND GARDA IN DODGY DIESEL ROAD BLOCK RAIDS

first_imgCUSTOMS officials backed by gardai are carrying out a series of operations across Donegal today, targeting motorists using laundered or agricultural diesel.A series of rolling checkpoints took place today, with more planned over the coming days.At one roadblock, at the junction of the Dunlewey and Gaoth Dobhair roads earlier today, customs officers used specialist equipment to check the fuel being used by drivers of cars, lorries and vans. It is part of an operation to detect both dodgy diesel users and the sources of that illegal fuel.“We have become aware in recent weeks that the number of motorists using either agricultural diesel directly or laundered agricultural diesel may have increased significantly,” said one Customs source.“We are reacting to that and a number of vehicles have been stopped and checked in County Donegal in recent days.“Operations will continue over the coming days, with intelligence-led investigations in a number of areas.” Motorists caught using dodgy diesel can lose their vehicles and face huge fines.CUSTOMS AND GARDA IN DODGY DIESEL ROAD BLOCK RAIDS was last modified: August 6th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:dodgy diesel donegallast_img read more

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WORLD RECORD FIDDLE BID SET FOR GLENTIES BARN!

first_imgTHEY love their world record attempts in Glenties.And next month they’re going for another one – in The Glen Tavern at Greenans.Organisers are hoping to set a new World Record for the most number of fiddlers, violinists, cellists etc. to play in a barn for a barn dance! It will take place in the barn behind legendary Glen Tavern.Organisers have invited musicians from all over the world.Th event on Saturday May 18th which just happens to be World Fiddle Day.  WORLD RECORD FIDDLE BID SET FOR GLENTIES BARN! was last modified: April 17th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:WORLD RECORD FIDDLE BID SET FOR GLENTIES BARN!last_img read more

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KCCA relegate Paidha to move seven points clear at the top

first_imgPatrick Kaddu (9) tries to head the ball under pressure from Paidha’s goalkeeper. (KCCA FC photos)StarTimes Uganda Premier League Paidha Black Angels FC 0-2 KCCA FCBorokoro Stadium, ZomboTuesday, 09-04-2019ZOMBO – KCCA FC have moved ever closer to winning the 2018/19 StarTimes Uganda Premier League.The Kasasiros moved 7 points clear at the top of the League on Tuesday, following a 2-0 win away to Paidha Black Angels.In a game that had adverse consequences at both ends of the table, Mike Mutebi’s charges scored both their day’s goals in the second half through Muzamir Mutyaba and Patrick Kaddu.The visitors dominated proceedings in the opening half but could not find the breakthrough as Paidha who knew that a loss on Tuesday would relegate them, stood firm.As they defended for their lives, Paidha saw Jerry Adebo booked 7 minutes before the break for foul play.In the second half, KCCA came out with purpose and applying immediate pressure.Three minutes after the resumption, the Kasasiros got their reward as Muzamir Mutyaba put them ahead.Mutyaba scored KCCA’s second goal against Paidha.Despite dominating the rest of the half, they had to wait until the last two minutes of the 90 to double their advantage through a Patrick Kaddu penalty.The striker who is now into double figures with 10 goals, appreciated the fact that Paidha was not an easy nut to crack.“It wasn’t an easy game because we failed to score in the first half as Paidha made it so difficult for us, said Kaddu after the game.“We went into the second half with positive minds and went all out to try and get all three points.“Luckily we scored twice and won and we can now look on to the next game.KCCA FC now move onto 56 points from 26 games this season.They are now 7 points ahead of Vipers SC who take on Mbarara City away from home on Wednesday afternoon.For Paidha, they become the first ream to be relegated from the StarTimes Uganda Premier League this season.They have so far collected 12 points from 26 games and even if they win their last 4 games, their tally of 24 points would only be good enough for 14th spot.The other games played on Tuesday:-Police FC 2-1 Onduparaka FC-Ndejje University FC 3-1 Nyamityobora FCWednesday’s fixtures:-Bul FC vs Kirinya JSS-Mbarara City vs Vipers SC-Maroons FC vs Tooro United FC-URA FC vs Bright Stars FCComments Tags: KCCA FCMuzamir MutyabaPaidha Black Angelspatrick kadduStarTimes Uganda Premier Leaguetoplast_img read more

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Darwinists Alarmed at Teachers’ Caution Over Evolution

first_img“Creationism” refuses to die in American high schools.  Two researchers at the University of Pennsylvania sounded the alarm in Science,1 with suggestions for what to do about it.  The only suggestion off the table was to have debates about the evidence; no, that was completely out of the question: the report was focused on “Defeating Creationism.”    Michael Berkman and Eric Plutzer, professors of political science at U Penn, surveyed a “national representative probability sample” of 926 high school biology teachers about their teaching of evolution.  Only about 28% of the respondents consistently teach evolution “unabashedly”.  The rest are either bashful or unabashedly “creationist” when teaching the subject of origins, the survey found.2  13% of the teachers “explicitly advocate creationism or intelligent design by spending at least 1 hour of class time presenting it in a positive light (an additional 5% of teachers report that they endorse creationism in passing or when answering student questions).”  This sounds like a very small amount of time to worry about in a semester-long course, but Berkman and Plutzer’s alarm was palpable: “The boldness and confidence of this minority should not be underestimated.”    Of greater concern, however, “the cautious 60%” who sit on the fence to avoid controversy.  Some of them avoid the topic, or just teach to the test, or teach various views to let the students make up their own minds.  Few of the fence-sitters are advocates of young-earth creationism, which Berkman and Plutzer said “would prevent them from becoming strong advocates for evolutionary biology.”  The authors worry that many students, who will take biology as their only science course, will fail to hear from these cautious teachers the “evidence that evolution has occurred,” and that instruction in evolution will be “absent, cursory, or fraught with misinformation” in American high schools.  They worry about a “cycle of ignorance” in many communities, especially the “socially conservative” communities, where more of the “creationist” and “cautious” teachers tend to reside.  The cycle must be broken to prevent a “systematic undermining of science.”    As a result, they advocated three things: (1) Academic scientists need to get more involved in testifying at court cases.  While “Creationism has lost every major U.S. federal court case for the past 40 years, and state curricular standards have improved,” they claimed, “supporters of evolution, scientific methods, and reason itself are losing battles in America’s classrooms” unless scientists get involved.  The Dover decision, though representative of academia’s feelings that “intelligent design Intelligent design was not science … but rather an effort to advance a religious view via public schools, a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s Establishment Clause.”  Many evolutionists cheered that decision; “We suggest that the cheering was premature and the victory incomplete,” they said.  More Dover decisions are needed: “federal courts have been shown to limit effectively the ability of state and local governments to endorse nonscientific alternatives to evolution.”    Second, they encouraged academic scientists to get more involved in constructing state science standards, although “further improvements in state standards may be difficult,” they asserted, “because public opinion has been remarkably immune to outreach and public science efforts over the past three decades.”  Third, they felt one of the most promising solutions was to get pre-service teachers to take an evolution course.  Not many teaching colleges provide instruction in evolution, they claimed.  Their survey found stronger support for evolution among teachers who had taken a course in it.  As a two-pronged approach, they encouraged courses in evolution for pre-service biology teachers, and outreach efforts like “webinars, guest speakers, and refresher courses” for both the upcoming teacher class and their instructors.  “Better understanding of the field should provide them with more confidence to teach evolution forthrightly, even in communities where public opinion is sympathetic to creationism.”  As a side benefit, this approach may also have the indirect effect of encouraging students who cannot accept evolution as a matter of faith to pursue other careers.”  In a nutshell,Effective programs directed at preservice teachers can therefore both reduce the number of evolution deniers in the nation’s classrooms, increase the number who would gladly accept help in teaching evolution, and increase the number of cautious teachers who are nevertheless willing to embrace rigorous standards.  This would reduce the supply of teachers who are especially attractive to the most conservative school districts, weakening the cycle of ignorance.PhysOrg and Science Daily, the stereo speakers of academic press releases, both summarized U Penn press release without any critique.  They saluted the party line: “Colleges and universities should mandate a dedicated undergraduate course in evolution for all prospective biology teachers, for example, and follow up with outreach refresher courses, so that more biology teachers embrace evolutionary biology.”  Jennifer Welsh at Live Science also echoed the authors’ concerns, but added the opinions of Randy Moore [U of Minnesota], who doubts that simply providing refresher courses in evolution would change things.  “If someone wants to learn about evolution, it’s not hard to.  It’s hardly a science education problem,” Moore countered.  “Scientists think if teachers just take a class they will accept it, but many simply reject it.”1.  Michael B. Berkman and Eric Plutzer, “Defeating Creationism in the Courtroom, But Not in the Classroom,” Science, 28 January 2011: Vol. 331 no. 6016 pp. 404-405, DOI: 10.1126/science.1198902.2.  Note: the survey article conflates creationism with intelligent design with the conglomerate term “intelligent design creationism”; see IntelligentDesign.org for comparison and contrast of the two views.Pardon, boys, your elitism is showing….    This paper reads like directive from a 1930s Supreme Soviet Minister of Education to the KGB, giving them orders for ensuring the populace are getting properly indoctrinated and are being shielded from counterrevolutionary propaganda.  To understand why, read the 01/26/2011 entry again.  Everyone knows that communist ideology in Stalin’s Russia was a house of cards, a self-perpetuating code of self-reinforcing dogmas that nobody believed.  The rulers and teachers interpreted everything in terms of the class struggle, social Darwinism, bourgeoisie and proletariat, the inevitable worldwide communist utopia, etc. whether it matched reality or not.  The official doctrines claimed to be based on science and reason (as opposed to superstition and ignorance), but by the time of the Great Terror, only the ignorant believed the Party line any more, and those profiting from the regime spoke the ideological lingo like code to maintain their power.  It would be a fun project (and not that hard to do) for a trained Baloney Detector to cast the Berkman and Plutzer article in 1930s communist jargon.  Comrade Dogmakov to Igor Rigorovich: “Your orders are to seek out and destroy the remaining nests of counterrevolutionary insurgencies, do you understand?”    Let them worry.  They are an imploding regime of self-contradiction.  They have denounced superstition by creating another – Evolution by Mistake (aka Stuff Happens) – and they don’t want any competition against their idols, Tinker Bell and the Bearded Buddha.  Like communists, they originally moaned sheepishly in the Victorian age about the need to allow alternatives to the design argument of Paley.  Like communists, they worked surreptitiously via the X-Club, grabbing control of journals and publishers, arranging the burial of the Bearded Buddha in Westminster Abbey for its propaganda value, creating an appearance of progress and a new day of enlightenment, infiltrating the schools and churches.  And like the communists, once they had power, they turned it into a dictatorship.  They seized control of the scientific institutions, the media, the courts, the law.  Here in America, a constitutional republic, they gnash their teeth at government of the people, by the people, and for the people, as exemplified by community school boards who hold hearings with citizens rather than carry out the orders of the Darwin Party elites.  Does anyone really believe that Berkman and Plutzer wouldn’t crave the opportunity to outlaw creationism and lock up any “Darwin deniers” in jail if they could?  This article was nothing about evidence, debate, and seeking the truth.  It was all about strategizing to “defeat” their ideological enemies.  Do the DODO dogma! (Darwin only, Darwin only) is their battle cry.    A vast majority of Americans feel it only fair that if the evidence for evolution is taught, the evidence opposing it should also be taught.  “But does a 15-year-old student really have enough information to reject thousands of peer-reviewed scientific papers?” Berkman and Plutzer cried (see exaggeration, glittering generalities and big lie in the Baloney Detector; those “thousands of papers” are about microevolution; they never establish that bacteria become philosophers by an unguided, purposeless process).  They say, we can’t teach the controversy to weak skulls full of mush.  “This approach tells students that well-established concepts like common ancestry can be debated in the same way we debate personal opinions.”  My goodness; of course not.  Everybody knows that Stuff Happens.  It’s intuitively obvious.  It’s not personal opinion; random mutation (stuff happens) and natural selection (stuff happens) is science.  You can’t have debates about science, and confuse impressionable teenagers with convincing design arguments.  It might inspire them to invent things or look at biology with the eyes of design engineers (12/10/2010).  Hydrogen forbid.    The Darwin Party thrives on power, and maintains its power through indoctrination.  They have already lost, for by acting that way, they have denied their founder’s principles.  He said of his own theory, “A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question” (Introduction, Origin of Species).  Darwin believed in teaching the controversy.  By acting in opposition to official Party policy, his disciples are guilty of counterrevolutionary propaganda.  We hereby put Berkman and Plutzer under citizen’s arrest (09/30/2007 commentary) and sentence them to the goo-logos (01/16/2011).(Visited 21 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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