Denyse O'Leary writes in Thoughts on recent books on the intelligent design controversy: Some ways to spend your holiday cash.
Case in point: North American mainstream media report that the vast majority of Americans do not believe Darwinism, with the clear implication that there must be something wrong with them. It is almost inconceivable that media boffins, for whom materialism is the normal way of thinking, would actually be interested in knowing why so many who are at liberty to doubt take up that option. And the media boffins are not likely to change. The media they govern are more likely to simply decline in importance as a source of information.Denyse, you claim to be a journalist. I challenge you to come up with a reasonable explanation. Keep in mind that you also have to explain one additional fact; the majority of Canadians and Europeans believe in evolution and they have just as much freedom to doubt as Americans. Possibly, more.
So, give it your best shot. If you think the "media" aren't interested in knowing why so many Americans are fooled by the IDiots then here's your chance to get them interested. More importantly, here's your big chance to do what nobody else has been able to do—explain why so many people in the USA are anti-science. You could be famous.
P.S. Why are you still using the term "Darwinism" to describe acceptance of the scientific facts of evolution? You haven't been paying attention, have you?