In a stunning new development, news stories are appearing that indicate certain U.S. judges are showing, at last, some common sense:
"ATLANTA (AP) -- Since 2002, Dr. Kenneth Miller has been upset that biology textbooks he has written are slapped with a warning sticker by the time they appear in suburban Atlanta schools. Evolution, the stickers say, is 'a theory, not a fact.' What it tells students is that we're certain of everything else in this book except evolution,'' said Miller, a professor of biology at Brown University, who with Joseph S. Levine has authored three texts for high schoolers. On Thursday, Miller -- along with fellow teachers and scientists -- cheered a federal judge's ruling that ordered the Cobb County school board to immediately remove the stickers and never again hand them out in any form..."
After all the idiotic posturing and law-making by activist leftist judges, we at last see decisions that do some good. The sight of a judge bringing ideologues to a screeching halt is refreshing. I am not being sarcastic here, this is a welcome change. People are justifiably becoming concerned about the US judicial branch getting out of control, with the Israeli supreme court pointed to as a worrisome precedent.