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"Darwin's Compost"

By Leila Marie Lawler (articles ) | Aug 05, 2005

I always find George Neumayr refreshingly direct.

Today, writing about a comment elicited by a reporter from Bush on the subject of evolution, Neumayr wipes the floor with Darwinists, and leaves The Washington Post spread out for the dog.

An honest headline on the story would read: “Press Baits Bush on Intelligent Design, Then Fuels Debate over his Response.”

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  • Posted by: Fr. William - Aug. 06, 2005 6:44 PM ET USA

    Leila, thanks for the link to the article and the website. Not only is Neumayr refreshingly direct, the "americanthinker" website looks like one to bookmark.

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