Thursday, October 13, 2005

Canada v. Dover Board of Education.

It's gotta be embarrassing when you start letting foreigners beat up on your wingnuts.

AFTERSNARK: And follow the links at the bottom, particularly to this article where we learn how intelligent design contributes to academic freedom and a more robust exchange of ideas meant to help students develop intellectually:

In addition to the statement, students are told that their teachers will not answer any questions about intelligent design and if they, or their parents, have any questions they should contact Supt. Richard Nilsen, Asst. Supt. Michael Baksa or Joel Riedel, the high school principal.

Yeah, that kind of approach is sure to produce the next generation of world-class scientists, isn't it?

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