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We’ve written several times about the the lunacy exhibited by the School Board of Springboro (a suburb of Dayton, Ohio), much of it led by Kelly Kohls, the creationist nutritionist who until recently (see Springboro School Board: Kelly Kohls Is … Continue reading
The last time we wrote about Kelly Kohls, the creationist nutritionist who is president of the School Board of Springboro (a suburb of Dayton, Ohio), and also head of the local tea party organization, was Springboro School Board: Kelly Kohls … Continue reading
At a website named Plunderbund there’s a headline that looks very tempting, except that we don’t know anything about Plunderbund: Springboro creationism agenda may get help from right-wing lawyers. Because the source is unknown to us, we weren’t going to … Continue reading
We have some unfortunate news for those who find the antics of creationists to be endlessly entertaining. You recall our earlier posts about Kelly Kohls, President of the School Board of Springboro, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. She also heads … Continue reading