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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Two branches of government say no to intelligent design

Intelligent design was put in its rightful place for the second time in as many months today, as a federal judge joined the voters of Dover, PA, in rejecting this spurious science curriculum. Intelligent design is the religious belief that the development of humans was too complex to be explained by science, but it's being paraded as a legitimate "alternative" to evolution in the science classroom. Fortunately, this federal judge knows as well as the Dover voters that just because someone says religion is science doesn't make it so.

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