Cynthia Dunbar is a lawyer and author from Richmond, Texas. Cynthia graduated from Pat Robertson's Regent University School of Law in 1990 and during the 2009-2010 academic year, she commuted from her home in Texas to teach Constitutional Law at Jerry Falwell's Liberty University School of Law. In 2006, Cynthia was elected to the Texas State Board of Education, in part, because of her support for the teaching of intelligent design in science classes. ("Dunbar wins party's nomination," Dallas Morning News, Mar 8, 2006.) In her 2008 book "One Nation Under God: How The Left is Trying To Erase What Made us Great," Cynthia argued that the country's founding fathers created "an emphatically Christian government" and that government should be guided by a "biblical litmus test." In the book, Cynthia also referred to public education as a "subtly deceptive tool of perversion" and stated that the establishment of public schools is unconstitutional and even "tyrannical." According to Dunbar, her book was not written for the general public. Instead, she wrote it as "an educational tool to the body of Christ," and to serve asa "wake-up call [for Christians] to be informed [and] to be involved." ("Educator ripped for her book criticizing public schools," Houston Chronicle, Dec. 4, 2008.) In early 2008, Cynthia ran for the Republican nomination for the United States House of Representatives representing Texas's 22nd congressional district, the district formerly represented by Tom DeLay, but she eventually withdrew and endorsed Shelley Sekula-Gibbs.