Today, Guillermo Gonzalez wrote:
“Things may look pretty bad for me right now, but there have also been some positive developments. In early September, the university president issued a statement reiterating the university’s strong stance on academic freedom. He also decided that ID would be handled by individual departments as they saw fit, rather than university-wide. I considered this a victory, as my academic freedom had been my greatest concern.
One professor who signed the petition told me in an email that he was having second thoughts about it. He didn’t realize this was going to create such a hostile climate for one of the faculty on campus.”
As we stated before, we emphasize it again: Don’t Allow Evil Avalos to Bash Gonzalez!
Which is related to the next article:
Intelligent Design debate continued on the road. By Nathan Paulson. Iowa State Daily. September 29, 2005.
Robert O’Brien wrote the next letter: “My e-mail to the 3 (Iowa State) Stooges and Dr. Gonzalez“, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005.
Robert concluded with the next encouraging words:
“Dr. Gonzalez: Please do not let these pretentious mediocrities discourage you. Unlike the above individuals, I am actually in a remotely relevant field, and I appreciate teleological arguments.”
Ochuk’s Blog have the next comment on the ISU Controversy
While confirming the statement of Gonzalez, we can read the next:
Board of Regents members remain neutral in theory dispute. By Jared Taylor. Iowa State Daily. September 29, 2005.