The article was written with its own biases obviously. For one, the U.N. is a world governmental agency and one need not invoke a "conspiracy" to understand it, like all governmental bodies seek to increase the need for its existence. If waitresses and waiters are taxed why not strippers? If someone else besides the shooters had a gun at Columbine less people would have died. These are not "extreme & fruity" positions, they just don't agree with the liberal view of government always is the first and best answer. That said though I do tend to agree that "creationism" as it has been asserted should not be mandatory in science classes. I think we do agree on that and that is where I distance myself from the creation movement. I don't think science can ever have anything to do with God because it demeans God. God is so far above the limited understanding of science. But Tennessee has the right govern itself the way it sees fit.