On this episode of ID the Future, Andrew McDiarmid reads from David Berlinski’s new book Human Nature. The excerpt is a tribute to Phillip Johnson and his 1991 book Darwin on Trial. Berlinski calls the work a “Majestic Ascent.” Johnson, he writes, not only brought evolution into question logically and scientifically; he brought the case where it belongs, before “the considered reflection of the human race.” Berlinski himself reflects on various empty attempts to build a scientific theory on prior commitments to materialism. “Darwin’s theories,” he says, “are correspondingly less important for what they explain, which is very little, and more important for what they deny, which is roughly the plain evidence of our senses.”
On this episode of ID the Future, Joshua Youngkin interviews William Becker of the Becker Law firm, the attorney who represented the American Freedom Alliance (AFA) in their lawsuit against the California Science Center (CSC). Listen in as Bill Becker offers his perspective as a front line defender of free speech in this historic case for intelligent design.
On this episode of ID the Future, Joshua Youngkin interviews Discovery Institute President Bruce Chapman about the implications of the recent lawsuit between the American Freedom Alliance (AFA) and the California Science Center (CSC). The CSC, a government-run institution, canceled the AFA’s screening of Darwin’s Dilemma in an act of censorship of the intelligent design viewpoint and violation of first amendment rights. Chapman discusses why the CSC’s agreement to pay $110,000 to the AFA is a significant victory for champions of both free speech and free intellectual inquiry.
On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin discusses the viewpoint discrimination that resulted in the cancellation of a pro-ID film by the California Science Center (CSC). While the CSC is publicly giving one account of why they cancelled the event and broke their contract with the American Freedom Alliance (AFA), private emails disclose their stated reason as a mere pretext. Listen in as Luskin details the revealing evidence of the CSC’s active intolerance of ID.
On this episode of ID the Future, Joshua Youngkin and Casey Luskin discuss the recent settlement in the American Freedom Alliance (AFA) v. California Science Center (CSC) lawsuit. In the settlement, CSC paid AFA over $100,000 to avoid a public trial that would have exposed evidence of viewpoint discrimination against intelligent design. Listen in as Luskin and Youngkin discuss some of the evidence in this case that shows discrimination and intolerance against ID.
On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews attorney Peter Lepiscopo of Lepiscopo & Morrow who represented Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture in its successful lawsuit to obtain records that the California Science Center had previously sought to conceal regarding its cancellation of the screening of a pro-intelligent design film last year.
On this special Academic Freedom Day edition of ID the Future, Casey Luskin provides an update on the ongoing lawsuits filed against California Science Center for First Amendment violations and the illegal cover-up to hide the truth about their censorship of the pro-ID film, Darwin’s Dilemma. Listen in to hear the latest, along with the origins of Academic Freedom Day.
This episode of ID the Future features a special news alert by Casey Luskin. Discovery Institute has filed a lawsuit against the California Science Center for unlawfully refusing to disclose public documents requested by Discovery Institute under the California Public Records Act.
This episode of ID the Future features breaking news that could affect your freedom to present views that dissent from Darwin in a public place. CSC Associate Director John West explains in an interview with Anika Smith.
Free speech on evolution is under attack in California, where censors have expelled the intelligent design documentary, Darwin’s Dilemma, from the state science center.