Speaking of the Dover trial (and really, when aren’t we?), we thought you’d enjoy this article from today’s York Daily Record. Apparently one of the outgoing board members believed the case could be made moot if they removed intelligent design from the curriculum and then had their lawyers, the Thomas More Center, move to have the case dismissed.
This idea didn’t go over well with the Thomas More Center, which has been trying for years to have a court rule on the constitutionality of intelligent design. (The board member was unable to get the support of his fellow board members.)