"We want the truth taught to our children. That means scientific evidence of both evolution and creation," said Texas Eagle Forum President Cathie Adams, who also said evolution supporters need to open their minds.
"Instead of discussing the facts, they choose to discourage, and debase the credibility of those who hold a different position," Adams said.
Ultimately, Adams said she wants the students to have access to all the information, and decide for themselves what they believe.
Apparently, Ms. Adams hasn't gotten the memo that teaching creationism is illegal. The American Supreme Court said so in Edwards v. Aguillard.
And incidentally, scientists are kind of known for discussing facts.