The Washington Post has made an effort this weekÂ to appear less cartoonishly liberal on social issues, including in this morning’s story on the Dover trial. Instead of just cheerleading for the Darwinists, the Post notes that “bringing a legal case against intelligent design isÂ a tricky business. The small band of scientists who publicly support intelligent design are able debaters, and, as became clear when Behe took the stand, they do not sound remotely like William Jennings Bryan…”
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