Another interesting poll result from the Virginia Commonwealth University (see previous post for link), has to do with the public’s perception of science. “Question 3: Scientific research these days doesn’t pay enough attention to the moral values of society.” Fifty-six percent agreed strongly (25%) or somewhat (31%), versus only 37% who disagree–(23%) somewhat, (14%) strongly. What does that tell us? Perhaps, people are beginning to perceive science as a special interest rather than an objective source of information and advice. If so, those scientists and cloning advocates who spin and jive to win the ongoing political debates have only themselves to blame.
China sent fighter jets and bombers into the Taiwan Strait and the island’s southwestern air defense identification zone over the weekend.
Senator Tim Kaine said he has drafted a censure resolution and may introduce the measure as soon as next week.
Biden’s argument that racial animus is an omnipresent force in American life only sows discord and makes reforms harder to achieve.
Thirty-five years later, there is much to learn from one of the most enduring and poignant presidential addresses and how it came to be.
Biden’s trans policies are ‘doing nobody any favors,’ says Scott Newgent.
If he treated the issue as more than an occasion for taxpayer-funded political patronage, he might actually get somewhere.