From an article on the American Museum of Natural History’s exhibit on Darwin:
An ongoing federal trial in Harrisburg, Pa., may determine whether a local school board can compel teachers to inform students about the theory of intelligent design – the idea that life on earth is too complex to have arisen through evolution alone. And though there is no credible scientific support for this position, President Bush, when asked in August about evolution and intelligent design, said that “both sides ought to be properly taught.” (Nytimes, my emphasis)
I guess I’d been too hard on the Times. I’d previously said that they were just following the standard “he said, she said” model that is the typical journalist’s mangling of the concept of ‘objectivity.’ That’s not the case in this article.