December 05, 2007
More on the TEA and Chris Comer

Following up on the earlier bloggage about the Texas Education Agency and its curious position on scientific neutrality, Bluedaze and PDiddie round up more reactions and commentary, to which I'll add Wonkette (never a good sign for a government agency to be blogged about by Wonkette), Wired News, and the Waco Trib's John Young:

When it comes to explaining human origins and early man, don't forget:

The club came before fire.

Long before man figured out that lumber could be burned to illuminate and heat the cave, he knew that he could wield lumber to clobber his fellow man.

That was the case in Austin the other day in a 21st-century way.

A person whose job was illumination got clubbed.

Finally, the most interesting thing I've read on this topic comes from Hope, who knew TEA hatchetwoman Lizzette Reynolds from several years ago, and was surprised to hear of her role in this fiasco. Check it out.

UPDATE: The Chron jumps in as well.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on December 05, 2007 to The great state of Texas

Interesting. The comments at the Chron aren't as horrific as they usually are.

Posted by: 'stina on December 5, 2007 11:35 AM