September 22, 2011

GOP Might be Anti-Science, But so are Dems

A. Berezow, USA Today


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The notion that Republicans are uniquely anti-science is an oft-repeated theme in American political discourse. Every election cycle, Democrats salivate over opportunities to indicate how scientifically illiterate they believe Republicans to be. And all too often, the news media happily play along without pausing to analyze whether it is actually true. . .

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