Atheists targeted the Ball State University scientist after they learned his honors course dared to expose students to evidence of design in the universe.
If you like the idea of living in China, then the government using the Internet to tell everyone what to believe should sound like just the ticket.
The secrecy is really a lesson about the parlous state of academic freedom under Darwinist domination, especially here in the United States.
Needless to say, this proposal is not grounded in science, which is supposed to prize open debate and scrutiny, not censorship.
What if major technology companies shy from censorship? Then the government should take aggressive action: “Make them.”