According to Michael Behe, his critics have managed to provide little more than hand-waving, smoke screens, and the sweeping of crucial problems under the rug.
Let me tell a little story about blood clotting, Russell Doolittle, and Michael Ruse.
A newborn porcupine passes through its mother’s birth canal without causing her any injuries. How?
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Judge Jones might not realize it, but in a recent article in the York Dispatch he admitted that his ruling in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case amounted to judicial activism. He stated: “The decision seems to be holding up well … No other school district has engaged in this kind of a battle. I hope that’s a product of the decision and perhaps the way that I wrote the decision.” As Lawrence Baum writes in his book American Courts: Process and Policy, “[w]hen judges choose to increase their impact as policymakers, they can be said to engage in activism; choices to limit that impact can be labeled judicial restraint.” By admitting that he sought to impact the policy decisions of Read More ›