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#114 - I live in Wichita. Our biggest problem is ******* . 02/06/2015 on Shots fired +1
#50 - I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumper…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired -2
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
#47 - Ok, I understand what you were saying now. And I agree, scient…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired -1
User avatar #49 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
and i realize how confusing the democrat comment was, sorry
User avatar #48 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i agree fully, so shouldnt teaching evolution (science) be standard, while religious education is left to the parents?
User avatar #50 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumpers in this state disagree. Personally I have a religious outlook that is a complex blending of both traditional religion and scientific theory.
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
#45 - I never said that science and religion were divided along part…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired -2
User avatar #46 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i wasnt talking about democrats, im just pointing out that people think that scientific fact is influenced by their beliefs. that isnt how this works, and it seems like religion interfering in the government
User avatar #47 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
Ok, I understand what you were saying now. And I agree, scientific fact is fact and is not dependent on personal beliefs, but what I'm saying is that if someone doesn't want their child being taught something in a school, they should take individual responsibility for the child's education.
User avatar #49 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
and i realize how confusing the democrat comment was, sorry
User avatar #48 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i agree fully, so shouldnt teaching evolution (science) be standard, while religious education is left to the parents?
User avatar #50 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumpers in this state disagree. Personally I have a religious outlook that is a complex blending of both traditional religion and scientific theory.
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
#43 - God simply happens to be the basis of our community. We have a…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired -2
User avatar #44 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
so now science is taught based on what people believe? I mean, this position, that parents can teach what they want makes sense. the government should not get involved in the home. but in public schools, why is science now considered democratic?
User avatar #45 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I never said that science and religion were divided along party lines. There are religious Democrats and atheist Republicans. I'm just saying that different regions and communities have different core beliefs.
User avatar #46 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i wasnt talking about democrats, im just pointing out that people think that scientific fact is influenced by their beliefs. that isnt how this works, and it seems like religion interfering in the government
User avatar #47 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
Ok, I understand what you were saying now. And I agree, scientific fact is fact and is not dependent on personal beliefs, but what I'm saying is that if someone doesn't want their child being taught something in a school, they should take individual responsibility for the child's education.
User avatar #49 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
and i realize how confusing the democrat comment was, sorry
User avatar #48 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i agree fully, so shouldnt teaching evolution (science) be standard, while religious education is left to the parents?
User avatar #50 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumpers in this state disagree. Personally I have a religious outlook that is a complex blending of both traditional religion and scientific theory.
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
#39 - As a Libertarian I think people can believe whatever they want…  [+] (10 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired -2
User avatar #41 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, but is evoluton, and science the basis for science curriculum, or god? why is god the default? shouldn't the libertarian position be to teach real science, and let parents teach what they want?
User avatar #43 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
God simply happens to be the basis of our community. We have a heavily religious population here. Other places have the opposite problem, with a heavily scientific-based community with select parents wishing their children to learn intelligent design.
User avatar #44 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
so now science is taught based on what people believe? I mean, this position, that parents can teach what they want makes sense. the government should not get involved in the home. but in public schools, why is science now considered democratic?
User avatar #45 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I never said that science and religion were divided along party lines. There are religious Democrats and atheist Republicans. I'm just saying that different regions and communities have different core beliefs.
User avatar #46 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i wasnt talking about democrats, im just pointing out that people think that scientific fact is influenced by their beliefs. that isnt how this works, and it seems like religion interfering in the government
User avatar #47 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
Ok, I understand what you were saying now. And I agree, scientific fact is fact and is not dependent on personal beliefs, but what I'm saying is that if someone doesn't want their child being taught something in a school, they should take individual responsibility for the child's education.
User avatar #49 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
and i realize how confusing the democrat comment was, sorry
User avatar #48 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i agree fully, so shouldnt teaching evolution (science) be standard, while religious education is left to the parents?
User avatar #50 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumpers in this state disagree. Personally I have a religious outlook that is a complex blending of both traditional religion and scientific theory.
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
#35 - As a Kansas native and resident, I can say that the opposite i…  [+] (14 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Shots fired +4
#86 - anon (02/05/2015) [-]
I'm live in Southeast Kansas so I get the morons and the meth heads.
User avatar #114 - redmenace (02/06/2015) [-]
I live in Wichita. Our biggest problem is niggers.
User avatar #38 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
except in a lot of your schools, they are trying to stop teaching evolution
User avatar #39 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
As a Libertarian I think people can believe whatever they want. If a parent wants their child learning evolution over intelligent design, they can teach their own child different. Children are the responsibility of the parent, not of the state.
User avatar #41 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, but is evoluton, and science the basis for science curriculum, or god? why is god the default? shouldn't the libertarian position be to teach real science, and let parents teach what they want?
User avatar #43 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
God simply happens to be the basis of our community. We have a heavily religious population here. Other places have the opposite problem, with a heavily scientific-based community with select parents wishing their children to learn intelligent design.
User avatar #44 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
so now science is taught based on what people believe? I mean, this position, that parents can teach what they want makes sense. the government should not get involved in the home. but in public schools, why is science now considered democratic?
User avatar #45 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I never said that science and religion were divided along party lines. There are religious Democrats and atheist Republicans. I'm just saying that different regions and communities have different core beliefs.
User avatar #46 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i wasnt talking about democrats, im just pointing out that people think that scientific fact is influenced by their beliefs. that isnt how this works, and it seems like religion interfering in the government
User avatar #47 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
Ok, I understand what you were saying now. And I agree, scientific fact is fact and is not dependent on personal beliefs, but what I'm saying is that if someone doesn't want their child being taught something in a school, they should take individual responsibility for the child's education.
User avatar #49 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
and i realize how confusing the democrat comment was, sorry
User avatar #48 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
i agree fully, so shouldnt teaching evolution (science) be standard, while religious education is left to the parents?
User avatar #50 - redmenace (02/05/2015) [-]
I agree with what you're saying, but many of the bible-thumpers in this state disagree. Personally I have a religious outlook that is a complex blending of both traditional religion and scientific theory.
User avatar #51 - spyroman (02/05/2015) [-]
yes, right again. we have a lot of religious people. however, they think that their opinion should impact what our public schools teach in science. that is ridiculous. it would be like if the communuity demanded that 2+2=5 is taught in math. why isnt science curriculum standard, so that the government does not get involved in religion? isnt that the libertarian position here?
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