No matter what side of the fence you stand on, Kansas will probably be in your digital crosshairs at some point today.
Yesterday was election day there, and the people have spoken in the primaries on the School Board’s decision to allow for the teaching of Intelligent Design.
CNN’s current story is here. It’s just the background stuff. Most of our readers are probably already well-versed in its content.
The long and the short of it is that the right to run for five seats on the State School Board were up for grabs yesterday. Four of them are currently being warmed by Republican ID supporters, one by a Democratic evolution supporter.
Red State Rabble is usually a good place to keep up with Kansas ID/Evo news, but no thoughts on the results posted yet.
Got You is an enlightening story over there, though.
This just in:
(We’re going to attempt a Trackback with our handy dandy new Greasemonkey Trackback Script. Update: No love from the Trackback script. We’ll try it one more time. If it still doesn’t work, I guess we won’t be able to do Trackbacks.)(Second Update: Even went to Haloscan and did it manually. I give up.)
From the CNN story, one minor bit of interest stuck in the middle of the story:
“Also Tuesday, Kansas Republicans chose a nominee from among seven candidates to challenge Democratic Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.”