The first creationism bill of the year has hit the books in Kentucky, home state of the Creation Museum. ┬áSponsored by Republican state representative Tim Moore, an Air Force Academy alum, HR 169 would, “use, as permitted by the local school board, other instructional materials to help students understand, analyze, critique, and review scientific theories in an objective manner.” ┬áSection 3 of the bill, also known as The Kentucky Science Education and Intellectual Freedom Act, states:

This section shall not be construed to promote any religious doctrine, promote discrimination for or against a particular set of religious beliefs, or promote discrimination for or against religion or nonreligion.

Discrimination against the laws of science, however, is fair game.

(h/t The Sensuous Curmudgeon)