Friday, April 13, 2007


Best American Ringing Defeat of Religion Masquerading as Science

You remember all the crying at the Discovery Institute over Judge Jone's decision in the Dover case? And the subsequent effort to attack the decision by claiming, hilariously, that it was plagarized?

Well, get this:

According to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Judge Jones' landmark decision ruling against the Dover School District's efforts to promote the teaching of intelligent design as an alternative to evolution has made its way into the latest edition of "The Best American Nonrequired Reading.''

The anthology is edited by Dave Eggers and compiled by a committee of readers, mostly California high-school and college students. It includes their choices for the year's best magazine articles, short stories, speeches, cartoons and more.

An excerpt from Jones's U.S. District Court decision is included under the title "Best American Ringing Defeat of Religion Masquerading as Science."


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