Each year around this time, state lawmakers file thousands of new bills in statehouses across the nation.
For the body politic, policies that take natural selection seriously will increasingly restrain human life and freedom in the face of competing animal and ecological interests.
Reporters should be reticent to fix the legally significant label “creationist” to nascent science education bills.
The David Coppedge case stands as an egregious instance of intolerance toward scientific dissent, so much so that it merits your attention and action, for Caltech runs JPL under contract with NASA, a government agency, and is thus indirectly accountable to the electorate, by which I mean you, dear reader.
In the context of ID-suppression cases, this one could be big.