The Kitzmiller v. Dover case, venerated each year by the Darwin faithful on the decision’s December 20 anniversary, gave an easy out to critics who were hoping for a convenient way to dismiss intelligent design.
Just before the 2005 Dover case started, the Columbia Journalism Review published an article suggesting that the pro-ID viewpoint should not be fairly represented in the news media.
The post-Dover narrative favored by the Darwin Lobby has it that ID’s education policies were defeated, and it’s been nothing but loss after loss for us ever since.
The past 5 to 10 years have been a boom period for pro-ID scientific research and peer-reviewed scientific publications.
From a reader in Kansas City, we received a hand-knitted argyle sweater and instructions that it was intended especially for our David Berlinski.