It Still Doesn't Pay to be a Darwin Doubter
Rosenblog has an interesting post on the outrageous response to Ashland, OR's Daily Tidings published a web-only piece by its editor endorsing the teaching of intelligent design. From the responses you'd think the writer had violated all the rules of human decorum. The reaction is all too typical of the recent rise in attacks on anyone who speaks out against Darwinism.
It is exactly these types of public reactions that are fueling the increasing number of attacks on scientists and scholars who critically analyse evolution, or advocate the theory of intelligent design. Academic freedom seems to be okay for those who want to opine on the problems with America, but not for scientists who want to research and discuss the problems with Darwinism. This is the reason we launched the Evolution Free Speech Campaign.