I just watched John Oliver's special, and there was one part that I really liked.
...I was fortunate enough last year to be invited to the first Republican presidential candidate debate in Simi Valley, in California, which interestingly was exactly as much fun as it sounds. But it was, obviously, a privilege to be there, and I did get to witness one incredible moment of political theater when all- at that point 10- potential leaders of the of the free world were asked the same question, and that question was, "Who here doesn't believe in evolution?" And three of those men raised their hands. And then none of those three men put their hands down and said, "Only joking." And their confidence was seductive, and I started to look into these groups in America- campaign groups that want us to put stickers on the front of all school science textbooks explaining that evolution is only one possible theory of life on Earth. Now, although this seems like a stupid idea at first, second, and 39th glance, look at it once more. Give it that 40th view, because it's brilliant. Let's have stickers on the front of all books, slap one on the front of the Bible saying "Of course, this could all be bullshit. Maybe he never died. Perhaps he opened a donkey sanctuary, he had a clear bond with donkeys." Or slap one on the theory of gravity: "Look, it's just one man's opinion, maybe we can all fly! R. Kelly believed it so, why would he lie to us? What would he possibly stand to gain?"