Deutsch, who seemed to believe that our ability to directly observe that everything in the universe exploded out of one central location is somehow not a fact, that the Big Bang automatically discounts the existence of God, and that NASA owes it to young kids to make sure that they get more than just "one half" of the story, previously worked on President Bush's re-election campaign and inaugural committee, and is the latest in George W. Bush's amazing string of partisan flunkies to flunk out.
Personally, I think NASA should create a series of little Chick-like pamphlets explaining how God created the universe, how flights of angels help lift our rockets into space, and how its God's wish that American astronauts conquer and exploit space until such point as he brings about the end of everything, making us wonder why we bothered trying at all.
Meanwhile, though, I think I will start a church that is fundamentally opposed to the sin of taxation. Part of our doctrine will be that the Federal Government is merely a theory, and not a proven fact. As such, any discomforting IRS past due notices are from heretical satanic cults and should be widely ignored.