Thursday, June 15, 2006


Free Speech - Sometimes You Get What You Pay For

The Carlisle, Pennsylvania Sentinel has this item on a Cumberland Valley High School student who "wants to reignite the debate over teaching intelligent design in public schools."

Kimberly Fikse says people shouldn’t stop talking about the theory that life began with an "intelligent designer" just because a federal judge ruled teaching it unconstitutional.

"Wouldn’t it be nice if a student could hear all views?" Fikse said in a prepared speech to Cumberland Valley School Board June 5. ...

She thinks both intelligent design and evolution theories could be taught on their scientific basis in biology classes.

According to the article, Fikse siad she would like to be a physicist or "some form of engineer, but not a biological scientist."

Biology dodges another bullet . . .

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