America was not founded as a land of “consensus.” It was founded as a land of freedom, based on limited government and the rule of law, not men. It was founded as a constitutional republic, not a democracy.
are going to be made at this U.N. convention that will affect the lives of every man, woman and child on the planet — and we will take some significant steps toward global governance.
So be very wary when people cite “consensus” as a reason for doing anything. It’s a trick. It’s political sleight of hand. It’s a con game — much like “manmade, catastrophic climate change.” Neither one is real — and it wouldn’t matter if they tell you there’s a “consensus” among scientists on the subject.
Is that true? No. If it were true, would it be justification to teach children it is an established fact? No.
After all, scientists have been wrong in the past. There was a “consensus” once among scientists that the world was flat. There was a “consensus” once among scientists that bleeding ailing patients would cure them of various illnesses. There was
For instance, every publicopinion survey ever done in America on the subject of creation shows vast majorities believe God created the world. But try using “consensus” as a justification for teaching that in a public school. Also, vast majorities of Americans support prayer in public schools, even 50 years after it was supposedly banned by two Supreme Court decisions. But try using “con-