Monday, December 05, 2005


Great Minds

Bill Sulon, writing in The Patriot-News, reports that a letter to the incoming Dover school board, from David Napierskie, one of the ousted board members, says that after "consulting with independent legal counsel and others," he still believes the board can avoid paying legal fees -- which to date exceed $1 million -- if it rescinds the policy.

"The law is clear that a court cannot make a decision on a case that is moot," Napierskie wrote...

"Asked why he waited until after he lost the election to voice his concern about the intelligent design policy, Napierskie said, 'To be honest with you, I began researching it right before the election.'"

The law is clear, of course, but, as ususal, Napierskie is wrong.


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