I don’t have time to address the sheer volume of misrepresentations in “Godless.” Let’s just say that the book’s title is apparently the author’s self-description. I can’t imagine a religiously observant person so brazenly lying. Yet another law school graduate.
Fortunately, somebody else is devoting the time, and energy—and doing a fine job of it, too.
May the in-Annities continue.
The starfissh rebiuttal is as clean as they come in biology. Coulter asks the killer rhetorical question honed by her years of courtroom cross examination and intense study of the facts, "Why don’t we have ancestors with eyes on the bottom of their feet, on their arms, or on top of their heads?"
Answering rhetorical questions with facts is sweet, isn't it?