Amos has the best counter-plaque, so far IMO. "In Critical Analytical Sills We Trust". I think I'll make one, and take it to my daughters teachers. Probably will send the Bible-beaters off the deep end.
Reviewing the thread, I notice that nobody of a conservative mind has answered my original question: How does this attempt to infuse religious dogma into the classroom relate to the alleged conservative positions of less government, local control, and individual freedom?
I suspect the conservatives don't really have an answer for this, because while the above positions are great sound bites, the real conservative agenda is to continue making The United States "the land of the multi-billionaires and the home of the slaves".
I would really appreciate a conservative view on this. "The Dreaded Guest" is about the only dissenting voice so far, but i don't think he's conservative. I think he's probably had too much coffee or something. Thanks, BlueJay