Inherit the wind: the sequel

Kansas is once again trying to impose a single religious ideology on its students by incorporating "intelligent design" (ID), a theory devoid of scientific merit, into its school curriculum. Brad's been following the trial and quotes the dumbfounded lawyer Pedro Irigonegaray who, while defending the teaching of evolution is constantly confronted by ID "experts" who haven't read the arguments of those they oppose: "You have been brought to Kansas to tell us how we should educate our Kansas children, and you have not even read the majority opinion?" (Sadly, No!)

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