I Thought Creationism Was Bulshytt …
… but now I'm not so sure.
A 19-year-old history major from Louisiana, starting at the age of 14, with backing from a philosophy professor, has been organizing opposition to a law that allows teachers in Louisiana to bring in supplemental materials that may disagree with the approved lessons. These non-scientists have been organizing a petition signed by Nobel Prize winners. To make matters worse, they're also opposing school vouchers.
I don't trust people who oppose school vouchers. I don't trust petitions by scientists. I don't trust people who derive far-reaching conclusions from a middle-school level of understanding. I don't trust scientific controversies organized by non-scientists. The only anti-trust cue they missed was getting Peace and Literature winners on the Nobel-Prize-winner petition.
On the other hand, the Creationists have their own petitions. Lest we forget, there was also the Scope's trial, a far more blatant attempt to get State backing of an intellectual position than opposing school vouchers.
I won't more than mention that the laws in question can also be used by evolutionists against any attempt at a Creationist monopoly.
Addendum: I just remembered this very strong series of arguments against Intelligent Design (maybe they're arguments in favor of Silly Design).