As we mentioned earlier, Jeremy Gunn, director of the national ACLU’s Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief, is a guest blogger this week on TPMCafe. Today’s entry, about intelligent design and slipping science standards in the United States, is an interesting perspective on the issue.
And as always, for a unique take on the trial, check out the latest from the York Daily Record‘s Mike Argento, Dover statement bombs, even in Canada. It’s probably the only story on the trial to date to include the phrase “a rat’s hindquarters.”
Finally, somehow we missed the York Dispatch‘s article on Monday speculating on whether or not this case will end up in the US Supreme Court.