A nice op-ed in today's Chapel Hill News:
Redefining 'intelligent design'
By PERRY DEANE YOUNG
Just when it seemed our beloved country had been taken over by the barbarians and we were headed toward another dark age of religious tyranny, there came a ray of hope from a small town in Pennsylvania.
The good citizens of Dover, Pa., have set an example that all Americans -- especially those who still live in Kansas -- would do well to follow. They have shown that it is possible to stand up and win against those who are trying to impose their mean-spirited version of religion on the rest of us.
I'd suggest that this case offers a good use for the phrase "intelligent design." It's already in our lexicon, so why not co-opt it and use it. From now on, let's think of "intelligent design" in terms of citizens banding together in outrage whenever they are bullied or lied to -- and fighting within the system to bring about change. I say: on to Washington with the spirit of Dover, Pa. If they can take back Dover, we can take back America.