Wednesday, June 22, 2005


Has Connie Heard About This?

California State Rep. Jackie Goldberg, a Democrat from Los Angeles and chairwoman of the State Assembly's Education Committee, introduced a bill -- since tabled -- requiring school textbooks to be no more than 200 pages long, according to a report by Kenneth Todd Ruiz in the Daily Bulletin.

If only Steve Abrams, Kathy Martin, and Connie Morris had thought of this idea! They might have avoided all the controversy over their own plan to water down evolution and slip intelligent design into the curriculum.

If they were truly strategic thinkers, here's the plan they might have implemented:

Back to California.

Why did she propose limiting textbooks to 200 pages?

"It's absolutely arbitrary," Goldberg said.


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