The NCSE website had clearly stated, as of January 13, more than a month ago, that Gleick had joined the board. Was this not so?
When the Ninth Circuit is confronted with a fact pattern that would hold evolutionists accountable for violating the Establishment Clause when promoting evolution, they take the easy way out and refuse to rule on the merits of the case.
The good news is that some academics aren’t buying the Darwin lobby’s politically contrived definitions of “science literacy.”
Eugenie Scott conveniently claims that the courts have insulated evolution from any form of critique in public schools — but the law proves her wrong.
Because the editors of Synthese stood up for civilty, they are now facing the same punishment that the NCSE has been using on the ID movement for years: They are being blacklisted by the Darwin lobby.