Another silly creationist lawsuit dies

NCSE is reporting that the Supreme Court has today denied certiorari without comment to Caldwell v. Caldwell, which challenged the constitutionality of the Understanding Evolution website. It's yet another setback for the DI who supported Caldwell. Let's just blame those liberal Darwinists over at the Supreme Court, shall we? More details over at NCSE.

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Let's just blame those liberal Darwinists over at the Supreme Court, shall we?

Damned judicial activists -- they're out to destroy America.

By D. C. Sessions (not verified) on 23 Mar 2009 #permalink