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Darwin’s Birthday Bashes Mock the American People.
Darwin’s 200th birthday is being celebrated tomorrow on the 12th. Why is it in a country where only 10% of the U.S. population embraces his teachings without question and 56% still believe in the Genesis creation, that we’re having celebrations such as “Evolutionpalooza” in San Francisco and all day readings of The Origin of Species in Wisconsin? The USAToday even admitted it was “part birthday bash, part thumb-in-the-eye to Creationists.”
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This is Beulah. She is one of 10 stray cats who live behind my house. I like to think of her as “my” kitty because I’ve trained her to eat out of my hand and off of a fork. Good Kitty!
Weird, right? I will be part of an on-air discussion about right-to-die and the case of Eluana Englaro in Italy (which I posted about below).
I will be speaking as Mary Powers, sometime between 1 and 2pm EST.
Listen live at World Have Your Say.
Update: Listen to the recorded show here. Look for the one about “Right to Die.” I speak a few times a little after halfway through the show.