From Evolution News & Views...
When I first read the complaint filed in the David Coppedge case against NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, I had a sense of deja vu. Something similar happened to me in college.
As Jay Richards points out, a striking thing about the computer specialist's experience with the thought police is the way he was punished by Darwinist supervisors (for occasionally distributing samizdat documentaries on intelligent design) after having already agreed to abide by the outrageous demand to stop loaning out the DVDs and talking about intelligent design. There's no indication he did anything other than keep his promise. Yet his supervisor came down hard on him, stripping Coppedge of a prestigious title and position, embarrassing him in front of colleagues. In Kafkaesque fashion, Coppedge received a formal written warning (against promoting ID) at the very same meeting where he was informed of his punishment.
And, from Intelligent Design the Future...
A special commentary from Discovery Institute's David Klinghoffer about Jet Propulsion Laboratory employee David Coppedge's discrimination lawsuit against his employers. Coppedge is suing his employers for discrimination after being demoted for talking about intelligent design on the job.
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