Billy Dembski, self-proclaimed "Isaac Newton of Information Theory," has decided that calling himself "pro-science" is just as good as actually, you know, being pro-science, while Paul Nelson seems to think that open puzzles are a bad thing in science.
Meanwhile, Denyse O'Leary is excited about the new Christian magazine pimping IDC to its readers, while Larry Caldwell doesn't understand why everyone keeps talking about ID as if it were religious.
Beautiful and elegant!
In just a few simple words and links, you have summed up the current state of affairs for ID.
Sucks to be them!
Dembski is such a tool.
Maybe Dawkins ought to nab pro-id.com or some such just for giggles.
I know that Dembski almost certainly doesn't know my blog, but I kinda take it personally that he is misusing my blog's name that way.
Copyright infringement! Trademark dilution! False advertising! Surely someone has a case for a lawsuit here.