Back on October 20, we wrote a post titled “Things that make you go hmmmm” that asked why the Dover Area School District would choose the Thomas More Center, a self-described advocate for bringing religion (specifically Christianity) into the public square, if they believed intelligent design was not religious. Several people questioned whether this would be admissible in a court of law. Well, we have our answer: yes. It was brought up yesterday in cross-examination of Alan Bonsell. Here’s a link to the York Daily Record’s coverage of the issue: Plaintiffs ask: Why choose Thomas More?