With February 12th celebrated as Darwin's Day the Discovery Center is hosting an Uncelebration to teach people what they say is the truth behind evolution. "Most people thing evolution is just about dinosaur bones...and it is partly about that, but the core issue about darwinism is atheistism," says Carolyn Walden assistant to the director at The Discovery Center. Before the film plays, the 2008 Miss Arlington, Austen Brown, will speak on Intelligent Design which served as her platform during the 2008 Miss Texas pageant. While "Darwin's Deadly Legacy" is considered an educational video, the Discovery Center warns it might be unsuitable for elementary age children. You can see "Darwin's Deadly Legacy" Friday night at seven o'clock at the Radford Auditorium at McMurry University. This movie is seen free of charge.
GOP Donor Releases Songs Opposing 'Obamacare'
Last week Houston physician Steve Hotze, a major Republican campaign donor, announced he was suing the federal government over the Affordable Care Act. This week,...
Webcast: Woman Arrested, Assaulted by Jailer Sues Dallas County
A Dallas woman has filed a civil lawsuit against Dallas County and a former correctional officer for abuse that was recorded on camera.
New Tool Helps Students, Parents Compare Texas Colleges
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) today launched Compare College TX (CompareCollegeTX.com) an online, interactive tool designed to make the most relevant data about public higher education...
Hope Remains for Partial Victory on Road Cash
The route to finding billions of dollars in extra funding for Texas road construction and maintenance has narrowed in the legislative session's final days. But...
Victim of Wednesday Morning Deadly Motorcycle Accident Released
Abilene police have released the name of the victim of an early-morning deadly motorcycle accident.
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