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January 1, 2003
Frank Foundation, World Child and "Wrongful Adoption"
Adoption.About.com William L. Pierce March 11, 2002
Homeschooling - ERIC Digest 151, September 2001
Educational Resources Information Center Dr. Patricia Lines September 1, 2001
The Bush Presidency Owes a Debt to Reagan
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman June 9, 2004
"A Nuclear Bomb" for Evolution?
Christianity Today Todd Hertz August 12, 2002
"A True Acid Test":
Response to Ken Miller
Discovery Institute Michael J. Behe July 31, 2000
"Death Control" and the Bioethics Peril
First Things Wesley J Smith September 16, 2016
"Design of Life" May Be Taught as Science
Toledo (OH) Blade Sandra Svoboda December 11, 2002
"Doc Knows Best":
It'll Be Too Late for You If He's Wrong
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 6, 2003
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" In Biology Instruction
The Washington Times Stephen C. Meyer July 4, 1996
"Don't Blame Darwinism for Hitler! Blame Christianity!"
Jewcy.com David Klinghoffer April 30, 2008
"E" is for evolution; "F" is for Fordham
The Kansas City Star Stephen C. Meyer October 16, 2000
"Endless campaign a poor way to choose a president"
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 15, 1995
"Expelled" and the Darwinism-Nazi Connection: A Response to Jeff Schloss
American Scientific Affiliation Richard Weikart August 7, 2008
"Expelled": Jewish Intellectuals Challenge Tyranny of Darwinism
An Afternoon with Dr. David Berlinski
The Remnant Christopher A. Ferrara June 2, 2008
"Faked Labor Numbers" Story is Weak
Discovery News Bruce Chapman November 19, 2013
"Forgiveness Sunday" Opens the Door to Orthodox Lent
First Things Wesley J. Smith March 7, 2014
"Futile Care" Duty to Die May Be Coming to a Hospital Near You
Daily Caller Wesley J. Smith May 11, 2012
"Futile Care" and Its Friends
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith July 23, 2001
"Future Of Transportation, Funding & Climate Change"
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference Slade Gorton, Paul Brubaker, David Kaplan, Paula Hammond, Bill Rogers, Neil Schuster September 12, 2008
"Government Motors: Death of the Private Corporation
Fenton Report John Wohlstetter June 11, 2009
"Heartburn" Over Roads: State Fears $1.5B Shortfall
Seattle Times Andrew Garber October 4, 2007
"Intelligent Design" Challenges Evolutionary Theory
The complexity of creation itself is evidence of a higher power at work. Darwin? Not a chance
Our Sunday Visitor Mark Ryland & Michael J. Behe September 29, 2004
"Just War" and Preemption: The Case for Attacking Iraq
Seattle Times George Weigel October 1, 2002
"Masterful" Federal Ruling on Intelligent Design Was Copied from ACLU
Discovery Institute Staff December 12, 2006
"Medicare-for-All's" Bitter Pill
National Review Wesley J. Smith March 11, 2019
"Powering The Carbon-free Grid: Sun, Wind, Water, Waves, Atoms And Conservation"
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference Jim Walker September 17, 2008
"Remembrance of Death" Can Overcome "Death Obsession"
First Things Wesley J. Smith January 22, 2016
"Salish Sea" proposed name for waters Washington, B.C. share
Seattle Times Warren Cornwall March 15, 2009
"Shadow Tolling" Eyed For I-595 Express Lanes In Broward County
Cascadia Prospectus Ken Orski August 13, 2007
"Six Lanes Plus" For The 520 Bridge
Seattle Times Editorial Board February 25, 2008
"Space Defenders"
American Spectator Philip Gold November 1, 2000
"Speciesism" Opens the Door to Bigotry
First Things Wesley J. Smith March 3, 2017
"Stamp Out Hate": Ode to the N.Y. Times
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 11, 2011
"Strong Democracy" and Muammar Gaddafi
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 3, 2011
"The Donald" Tells a Story
Family Security Matters John Wohlstetter October 24, 2013
"The Rattle in Seattle" to Spread
Washington Times Philip Gold March 2, 2001
"Traipsing Into Evolution": Legal Experts Analyze the Impact of the Dover Intelligent Design Trial in New Book
Discovery Institute Staff May 19, 2006
"Vanity, Vanity": Neo-Cons Learn How Far You Can Trust Mainstream Media
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman November 6, 2006
"We Never Say No."
The Right-to-Die Movement Abandons Pretense.
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 27, 2006
"Wedge II" Discovery at Discovery Dumpster Reveals Theocracy Plan
The Oracle Herald Cassandra July 28, 2005
"Words, Words, Words"
The International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Rita L. Marker & Wesley J. Smith November 1, 2004
$100 Fill-ups Unlikely To Kill Our Suburbs
Tacoma News Tribune Peter Callaghan July 10, 2008
$14 Billion For Transit In B.C.
Vancouver Sun Randy Shore January 14, 2008
$169 Million Tag On Airport, Trail Swap
The Seattle Times Kevin Ervin February 27, 2007
$2 Billion In Grants To Bolster Manufacturing Of Parts For Electric Cars
New York Times Matthew L. Wald August 6, 2009
$2.2 Million Offered For Ferry Route
King County Executive sweetens the pot in favor of the passenger-only service to Seattle
The Kitsap Sun Elaine Helm January 13, 2006
$3.5 Million Grant Expected To Bring Fast Ferry Service Back To Kingston
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich September 6, 2007
$6 Billion Columbia Crossing Bridge Project Will Require Tolling
Cascadia Prospectus Matt Rosenberg September 17, 2007
$6 To $7 Tolls On 520 Starting Next Year?
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom January 11, 2008
$8 Traffic Fee For Manhattan Gets Nowhere
New York Times Nicholas Confessore April 8, 2008
$8B For High Speed Rail Is 'Purely Seed Money'
Daily Journal Of Commerce Margie Slovan May 29, 2009
‘ID' Doesn't Mean ‘Idiot'
Times-Mail News Wesley Stephenson October 13, 2005
‘Intelligent Design’ Faces First Big Court Test
Parents sue after alternate to evolution added to science curriculum
MSNBC Alex Johnson September 24, 2005
“Human Non-Person”
Terri Schiavo, bioethics, and our future.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith March 29, 2005
“Voyage of Life” (Transcript)
CNN Newsroom Joel Hochmuth May 3, 2001
'Darwin Would Put God Out of Business'
If You Have Faith in God As the Creator, You Can’t Embrace Darwinism Too, Despite What Some Scientists Claim.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer August 23, 2006
'Darwin? That's Just the Party Line'
Many scientists don't believe that science is the only religion in town.
National Post Wayne Eyre October 31, 2008
'Death Panels Already in Place'
Terri's family in trenches of healthcare-rationing war ahead of Obamacare implementation
WorldNetDaily Diana Lynne March 31, 2011
'Design' Proponents Accuse Wikipedia of Bias, Hypocrisy
The Christian Post Doug Huntington May 9, 2007
'Dirty' Work Has Some Companies Cleaning Up
The Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III July 6, 2008
'Exaflood' Could Be 'Zettaflood' By 2015, Swanson Says
TR Daily (Telecommunications Reports) Lynn Stanton October 1, 2007
'Expelled' Documentary Explores Darwin, Intelligent Design, Religion Debate
Film highlights two Southern California scientists
Christian Examiner Lori Arnold March 31, 2008
'Gang' Wants To Test Train on Track
Seattle Times Eastside Bureau Natalie Singer April 9, 2004
'Green' Cars Grab Limelight At Bangkok Show
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Evan McMullen April 27, 2007
'Green' Standards Catching On With Large Vehicle Fleets In Seattle Area
Puget Sound Business Journal Steve Wilhelm October 2, 2009
'I, Pencil' To 'I, Smartphone': Working Together For Good
Investors Business Daily Jay W. Richards August 14, 2012
'Intelligent Design' Supporters Gather
Associated Press Ondrej Hejma October 24, 2005
'Intelligent Design' vs. Evolution
Lincoln Journal Star [Nebraska] Bob Reeves January 24, 2003
'Intelligent design' center at Baylor gains support from review committee
The Houston Chronicle Ron Nissimov October 18, 2000
'Intelligent design' theory definitely belongs in biology class--as a history lesson in the evolution of thought.
MSNBC Newsweek Crispin Sartwell October 3, 2005
'Intelligent design': What do scientists fear?
Show Transcript
USA TODAY: Common Ground Cal Thomas & Bob Beckel November 30, 2005
'Ivory Tower' — A Documentary Babel
A further call for government to infantilize college youth.
American Spectator Bruce Chapman June 12, 2014
'Jihadistan'
Washington Law & Politics Philip Gold July 1, 2001
'Let's Draft Everybody' - National Service vs. Real Service
Bruce Chapman March 7, 1993
'My Country Needs Me'
Iraqi democrats haven't given up the fight. How can we?
Wall Street Journal HEATHER ROBINSON November 1, 2006
'New York Values': Cruz, Trump and History
The Stream John Wohlstetter January 19, 2016
'Politically Incorrect' Series Takes on Darwinism and Intelligent Design
Human Events Tom Bethell September 1, 2006
'Reality Needs To Take Over'
State Senator Dave Schmidt, R-Bothell, defends the Legislature's transportation package and its relevance to Snohomish County
The Everett Herald Amy Rolph August 25, 2005
'Right to die' can become a 'duty to die'
Daily Telegraph Wesley J. Smith February 21, 2009
'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
Human Events David Klinghoffer January 6, 2011
'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
Human Events David Klinghoffer January 6, 2010
'Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?'
Baptist Press Benjamin Hawkins November 3, 2009
'Spore' Game Helps Players Understand Intelligent Design
Christian Post Katherine T. Phan September 14, 2008
'The Left Coast' Deserves Expanded Amtrak Service
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Joel Connelly May 24, 2002
'Underutilized' Rail Line Getting Closer Look: Corridor From Snohomish To Renton May Combine Transit, Trail In Years To Come
King County Journal Jeff Switzer May 8, 2004
'Writing Is a Spiritual Process'
National Review Online John J. Miller May 20, 2008
(Not) Making the Grade: An Evaluation of 22 Recent Biology Textbooks and Their Use of Selected Icons of Evolution
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin November 21, 2011
(Tesla) Roadster Powers To NW On Techie Buzz
Seattle Times Brier Dudley September 22, 2008
.....But Global Security Is As Much At Stake As Clean Air
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall May 28, 2007
05/08/08 PASSENGER-ONLY FERRY FORUM
Press Release Mike Wussow May 8, 2008
10,000 Cars A Day On Rusting Hulk
Engineers rate the Willamette Boulevard bridge as worse than the Minneapolis span
The Oregonian Dylan Rivera August 10, 2007
100 Notable Books of 2009
The New York Times The New York Times Book Review November 27, 2009
100 Percent of Senate Democrats Voted for Santorum Schiavo Bill
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 23, 2012
100 Years of Community Foundations
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger August 13, 2014
12/18/08 SAC Meeting Notes
SAC Member Bob Donegan December 19, 2008
147 Years Later, Evolution Debate Fills Forums
A panel of three scientists who doubt Darwin's theory are asked if they have proof of design's role in life.
St. Petersburg Times Melanie Ave October 1, 2006
19 states get a bad grade for their teaching of evolution
USA Today Mary Beth Marklein September 27, 2000
2 Firms Clear Ferry-Service Hurdle
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore March 3, 2004
2009 Books of the Year
London Times Literary Supplement Discovery Staff November 25, 2009
2009…A Not So Dark Year in Bioethics After All
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith November 12, 2009
2009…A Not So Dark Year in Bioethics After All
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith November 12, 2009
2010 Fast Tracks Railway Dreams: BC and US Businesses Looking to Olympics to Provide Catalyst for Rail Investment
Business in Vancouver Peter Witham September 29, 2003
2010 Host City Faces Array Of Challenges, But Offers Prospect Of Spectacular Games
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Crary February 23, 2006
2010 group on target
Calgary Sun Cameron Mawell March 26, 2004
2013 Will Be a Contentious Year in Bioethics
Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith January 16, 2013
2016: The West's Last Chance -- Last Gasp?
Will it defend itself or not?
The American Spectator John Wohlstetter January 21, 2016
21st Century Science Coalition Pushes 19th Century Science
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 2, 2008
21st-Century War Economics
The American Spectator George Gilder and Bret Swanson December 15, 2001
25-Year Ferry Plan Calls For $400 Million
State Must Decide How To Meet 70% Ridership Growth
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange April 6, 2006
2nd lawsuit filed over museum censorship
Science center accused of shutting down intelligent-design film
World Net Daily World Net Daily December 2, 2009
3 Counties' Road Projects Inch Closer To Joint Ballot
The Seattle Times Mike Lindblom January 26, 2006
40 Texas scientists join growing national list of scientists skeptical of Darwin
Discovery Institute Staff September 5, 2003
5 Christian Arguments Left Out of the Ken Ham, Bill Nye Debate
Christian Post Tyler O'Niel February 7, 2014
520 "Vortex" Swallows Time
The Seattle Times Karen Gaudette March 21, 2006
520 A Priority As Officials Regroup After Election
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom November 8, 2007
520 Bridge Bill May Be Recipe For Delays
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom April 2, 2009
520 Bridge Ideas Discussed
Project Calls For More Lanes, Heights Up To 60 Feet
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Jane Hadley October 8, 2004
520 Tolls May Only Cover Bridge, Not Other Parts Of Highway
State Committee Considers Five New Plans For Span
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange November 11, 2008
6-Lane Tunnel Was Late, Fleeting Entrant In Debate On Viaduct
The Seattle Times Mike Lindblom and Susan Gilmore March 6, 2007
700 MHz Auction: FCC Mandates Test of Wireless Net Neutrality
Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute) Frank Barbetta September 1, 2007
85 Scientists Join Together in Urging Court to Protect Academic Freedom and Not Limit Research into Intelligent Design Theory
Discovery Institute Staff October 4, 2005
99W Would Need Tolls, Too, Report Says
Newberg-Dundee Bypass - Toll Price On Both Routes Would Depend Upon Who Gets Exempt And State Funding
The Oregonian Lisa Grace Lednicer and James Mayer December 13, 2006
Privileged Planet Documentary Shows at University of South Florida
Omega News * United Services D. Thomas Porter February 1, 2005
Deep Bored Tunnel Chosen: Jan. 13-16 Media & Govt. Links
Newspapers, Radio, TV, State of WA, other sources Various January 13, 2009
New England Journal of Medicine Traipses Into the Kitzmiller Decision
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin June 14, 2006
The Scientist Reports on Smithsonian Discrimination of Darwin Critic
Discovery Institute Staff December 22, 2006
Unlocking the Mystery of Life to Air in Miami, Cleveland, & New York City
Discovery Institute Center for Science & Culture June 20, 2003
A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy
C-SPAN Wesley J. Smith March 18, 2010
A "Brokered Convention" is Possible for National GOP
The Stream Bruce Chapman March 11, 2015
A "Dr. Death" Runs for President:
Howard Dean Advocates Kevorkian-Style Medicine
National Review Onlinie Wesley J. Smith September 4, 2003
A "Heretic" in Jewish Terms? Someone Who Denies Intelligent Design
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer August 12, 2009
A "Loopy " Transit Idea that Makes Sense
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 17, 1997
A "Painless" Death?
Michael Schiavo insists that dehydration is "the most natural way to die." It's more like torture.
The Daily Standard Wesley J. Smith November 13, 2003
A $4 Billion Bridge Deliberately Too Small?
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board February 26, 2008
A 'Ten Commandments' For Every Generation
Both ABC's New Miniseries and the Cecil B. DeMille Classic Betray a Failure To Understand Their Biblical Subject Matter.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer April 5, 2006
A Bad Idea Whose Time Is Past:
The Case Against Universal Service
Brookings Review Bruce Chapman October 1, 2002
A Bad Investment
Human cloning for therapeutic purposes isn’t likely to pan out.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith June 4, 2004
A Balanced Approach to Teach Evolution
The Morning Call Senator Rick Santorum January 23, 2005
A Big Fat Jury Verdict
Trial lawyers aren't the only problem with the tort system.
The Weekly Standard William Tucker June 14, 2004
A Big Step Toward Resuming Foot Ferries In Kingston
Kitsap Sun Editorial Board September 7, 2007
A Bored Tunnel Would Keep West Seattle Moving
West Seattle Herald Vlad Oustimovitch January 5, 2009
A Brand X Bump?
The Wall Street Journal Staff July 14, 2005
A Brief History of Discovery Institute
Downloadable document
Discovery Institute Staff May 1, 2009
A Brief History of Intelligent Design
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
A Case of Surrogacy’s Gordian Knot
Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith October 20, 2014
A Catalyst For Cleanup, Puget Sound Partnership Needs Funding
Puget Sound Business Journal William Ruckelhaus, David Dicks November 28, 2008
A Cheap-Talkin' Bureaucrat
The Wall Street Journal Jason L. Riley July 21, 2004
A Cheaper, Surer Way to Fund and Build Public Projects
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 24, 1997
A Classic Evolution Policy Blunder
The American Spectator Bruce Chapman August 4, 2010
A Closer Look at Textbooks
New American Raven Clabough May 28, 2010
A Comparison of Judge Jones' Opinion in Kitzmiller v. Dover with Plaintiffs� Proposed �Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law�
Discovery Institute David DeWolf & John West December 12, 2006
A Conservative Soul?
The Forward David Klinghoffer October 13, 2006
A Contemporary Review of the Trial of Jesus
First Things Wesley J. Smith August 23, 2013
A Corporate Crime Wave?
Wall Street Journal George Gilder January 11, 2002
A Crime So Monstous
A Review
First Things (On The Square) Logan Paul Gage May 5, 2008
A Danger of Being Obamatized
Investor's Business Daily IBD Editorial June 19, 2008
A Danger of Being Obamatized
Investor's Business Daily IBD Editorial June 19, 2008
A Dark Year for Ethical Bioethics in 2009
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network Wesley J. Smith January 14, 2009
A Darwinist's Declension (Nude Descending a Staircase)
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman August 12, 2005
A Day that Forever Transformed the World
The Colorado Springs Gazette Scott S. Powell April 1, 2018
A Dearth of Taxes?
realclearpolitics.com John Tamny October 27, 2007
A Death Toll That Cries Out For More Than Rumble Strips
Everett Herald Larry Simoneaux January 7, 2008
A Design for Life: An Interview with Michael Behe
The Guardian John Sutherland September 12, 2005
A Disabled Girl’s Rights
The New York Times Wesley J. Smith February 2, 2007
A Drive Toward Fewer Cars
There Are Other Ways To Get From A To B
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Jane Hadley February 8, 2006
A European Victory for Ethical Stem Cell Research
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 8, 2011
A Functional Pseudogene?:
An Open Letter to Nature
Discovery.org Michael J. Behe May 13, 2003
A Fundamental Right to "Personal Recreationism?"
First Things Wesley J. Smith January 23, 2015
A Funding Idea For Puget Sound's Forward Thrust?
Cascadia Center Bruce Agnew May 8, 2008
A Future Free From Gridlock, For A Price
The Washington Post Steven Ginsberg December 12, 2005
A Good Book About Bad Books
Inside Catholic Logan Paul Gage August 25, 2008
A Government We Deserve -- or One We Need?
American Thinker Scott S. Powell February 19, 2016
A Grand Conspiracy
Ames Tribune Guillermo Gonzalez July 11, 2005
A Gruesome Plan
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith September 17, 2018
A Jealous God: Science's Crusade Against Religion
Discovery Institute Pamela R. Winnick December 13, 2005
A Judgment Observed Does Not a Theocracy Make
The Forward David Klinghoffer August 18, 2006
A Kass Act:
The chairman of the bioethics council steps down.
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 5, 2005
A Lesson Of A Bridge Collapse
Milford (MA) Daily News Jay Ambrose August 10, 2007
A License to Clone
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 7, 2003
A Little Push for Passenger Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial March 4, 2004
A Look at New Approaches to Conservation
Grass-roots Seeds of Compromise
The Washington Post Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer October 11, 1998
A Lot To Gain From Passenger-only Ferry Service
San Juan Journal Bruce Agnew April 30, 2008
A Man Who Shaped Our World
A Review of The King Of Infinite Space by David Berlinski
Wall Street Journal Laura J. Snyder February 23, 2013
A Map to Nowhere:
The genome isn't a code, and we can't read it
The American Spectator Tom Bethell April 17, 2001
A Mathematician Looks at Darwin’s Theory and Discovers It Doesn’t Add Up
Discovery Institute Staff January 26, 2010
A Mathematician's View of Evolution
The Mathematical Intelligencer 22, no. 4 (2000), pp5-7 Granville Sewell July 7, 2006
A Meaningful World
How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature
InterVarsity Press Wiker, Benjamin and Witt, Jonathan August 1, 2006
A Merciless Mercy:
Book Review of A Merciful End: The Euthanasia Movement in Modern America. By Ian Dowbiggin
First Things Wesley J. Smith May 1, 2003
A Modest Proposal: Should We Change Our Minds About Infanticide?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 21, 1997
A Monkey for Your Grandmother
Animal-liberationists force medical research on the backburner.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 10, 2004
A Mousetrap Defended:
Response to Critics
Discovery Institute Michael J. Behe July 31, 2000
A Myth Is as Good as a Mile
Why the assisted-suicide movement is winning
National Review Wesley J. Smith September 21, 2009
A National Bridge Problem
Seattle Times Warren Cornwall, Justin Mayo, Mike Carter August 3, 2007
A National Mobility Project
New York Times David Brooks October 31, 2008
A National Townhall on Health Care Reform
Family Research Council FRC Action Webcast September 11, 2009
A New Beginning:
Darwin revisionism goes mainstream
The American Spectator Tom Bethell September 1, 1996
A New Birth of Wisdom
The Washington Times Philip Gold October 3, 2001
A New Design Argument
Cosmic Pursuit Charles Thaxton March 1, 1998
A New Dog in the Pack
What Dodd-Frank unleashed on the financial services Industry.
Barron's Jay W. Richards and Scott S. Powell January 1, 2013
A New Dog in the Pack
What Dodd-Frank unleashed on the financial services Industry.
Barron's Scott S. Powell and Jay W. Richards October 1, 2012
A New Foundation for Positive Cultural Change:
Science and God in the Public Square
Human Events Nancy Pearcey September 15, 2000
A New Paradigm in War
Washington Times Philip Gold August 19, 1997
A New School Principle: The Seattle School Board's objection notwithstanding, this might be the year lawmakers embrace the charter-school movement.
Seattle Weekly Nina Shapiro January 14, 2004
A New Social Contract for America
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 10, 1996
A No-Amortization Teaser Mortgage on the Economy
Letter to the Editor
Wall Street Journal Scott S. Powell May 5, 2013
A Not-So-Divine Intervention
Texas Catholic bishops fail to protect unwanted patients.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith May 2, 2007
A Note to Teachers
Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins Stephen C. Meyer and Mark Hartwig May 1, 1993
A Partisan Affair: A Response to Edward Humes’ Inaccurate History of Kitzmiller v. Dover and Intelligent Design, "Monkey Girl"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin December 26, 2008
A Pause For The Cause Of Light Rail
Seattle Times Lance Dickie May 16, 2008
A Peace Treaty For The Viaduct Wars
Crosscut David Brewster December 11, 2008
A Political Survival Guide for Red-Leaning Blue-Staters
The Seattle Times James J. Na November 17, 2004
A Pox on Sox, It's Bad for Stocks
The Wall Street Journal Scott S. Powell February 13, 2018
A Preliminary Analysis of the Treatment of Evolution in Biology Textbooks
Discovery Institute Fellows July 21, 2003
A Presidency to Nowhere
Wall Street Journal Daniel Henninger January 27, 2011
A Pressing Need To Fix Nation's Broken Transportation System
Seattle Times R.T. Rybak, Bruce Katz August 19, 2008
A Primer on the Tree of Life
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin May 12, 2009
A Pro-Abortion Reversal of Roe?
First Things Wesley J. Smith June 14, 2013
A Pro-Life Case for the Daschle Bill
The Wall Street Journal Stephen C. Meyer And David K. DeWolf June 6, 1997
A Push For Accountability In Olympia
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Ammons November 28, 2005
A Rational Look at Transit
The Seattle Times Glenn Pascall December 21, 2001
A Record Roadwork Season
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore April 5, 2006
A Regional Approach To Keep Traffic Moving
The Seattle Times Shawn Bunney and Julia Patterson February 15, 2006
A Religious Freedom Election
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith August 13, 2012
A Response to Dr. Dawkins' "The Information Challenge"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin October 4, 2007
A Response to John Derbyshire's Attacks Upon George Gilder
Evolution News & Views Joe Manzari and Casey Luskin August 14, 2006
A Response to Some Objections by Kyler Kuehn to The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez, Jay Richards April 29, 2004
A Review of The Design Revolution by William Dembski
Townhall.com Travis K. McSherley October 30, 2004
A Review of A Consumer's Guide to A Brave New World
TownHall.com Trapier K. Michael September 1, 2004
A Review of Intelligent Design: William A. Dembski & Michael Ruse in Dialogue
Journal of Lutheran Ethics Logan Paul Gage October 16, 2008
A Review of The Right Darwin: Evolution, Religion and the Future of Democracy
Intellectual Conservative Seth Cooper October 11, 2006
A Right to Assisted Suicide for the Institutionalized Mentally Ill
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 11, 2016
A Right to the Baby WE WANT
First Things Wesley J. Smith October 27, 2017
A Road In Transit
State Officials Are Studying A Proposed Washington Commerce Corridor, Which Could Turn Highway 9 Into A Freight-Hauling Bypass Of Congested I-5. But Many Whatcom County Residents Fear It Would Destroy Their Way Of Life.
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen September 19, 2004
A Road Map, Or A Road To Ruin?
Los Angeles Times Editorial Board July 1, 2009
A Road Package Enviros Can Love
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Jessyn Schor and Michael O'Brien, Guest Columnists September 5, 2006
A Roads-and-Rail Bill That Defeats Itself
The Tacoma News Tribune Opinion February 24, 2006
A Run on the World Bank
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn June 3, 2005
A Scientific Analysis of Karl Giberson and Francis Collins' The Language of Science and Faith
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin June 1, 2011
A Scientific History and Philosophical Defense of the Theory of Intelligent Design
Religion - Staat - Gesellschaft, vol. 7, Stephen C. Meyer October 7, 2008
A Scientific History, and Philosophical Defense, of the Theory of Intelligent Design
The Current Landscape
Discovery Institute Stephen C. Meyer September 1, 1985
A Scientific Scandal
(Excerpts)
Commentary David Berlinski April 1, 2003
A Scientific Scandal
Commentary David Berlinski March 31, 2001
A Scientific Scandal?
David Berlinski & Critics
Commentary David Berlinski July 8, 2003
A Scourge of Death Doctors
American Spectator Wesley J. Smith January 30, 2019
A Sharp Split on Darwin, design
Two authors' takes on science and life
The Denver Post Douglas Groothuis October 29, 2006
A Sign of the Kremlin's Contempt
BloggerNews Ted Lipien November 15, 2010
A Slightly Technical Introduction to Intelligent Design: Biology, Physics, Mathematics, and Information Theory
IDEA Center Casey Luskin March 1, 2016
A Son Of Portland, Ore. Tries To Puncture The Myth Of 'Smart Growth'
New York Times, ClimateWire Saqib Rahim July 15, 2009
A Spiritual Giant Addresses the Key Issue of Unemployment
Sun Sentinel Scott S. Powell July 30, 2013
A Split Emerges as Conservatives Discuss Darwin
The New York Times Patricia Cohen May 5, 2007
A State Agency Eyes Public-Private Transportation Funding
Crosscut Matt Rosenberg September 2, 2008
A Stem Cell Tale
Why one type of stem-cell research gets fawning media coverage and
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 22, 2004
A Subjective Definition of "Death" Would Unleash Great Evil
First Things Wesley J. Smith May 13, 2016
A Tale of Different Funerals
First Things Wesley J. Smith June 27, 2014
A Tale of Two Cities
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn March 9, 2006
A Tale of Two Cynics: Nixon and Obama
The Stream Frank Gregorsky March 31, 2015
A Textbook Case of Judicial Activism
How a Pro-ID Publisher Was Denied its Day in Court
Discovery Website Seth L. Cooper & Leonard G. Brown III August 22, 2006
A Think Tank Oxymoron?
The Washington Times Richard Rahn October 26, 2003
A Third Way
Boston Review James A. Shapiro March 28, 1997
A Totally Tubular Approach To The Highway 520 Mess
Seattle Times Theodore Lane and Bill Mundy January 18, 2006
A Turning Point Approaches For Fast Foot Ferries In Puget Sound
Cascadia Prospectus Matt Rosenberg July 5, 2007
A Two-Track Approach Toward Pyongyang
The Wall Street Journal Online Stuart Franklin Platt and James J. Na August 20, 2003
A Universal Debate
ISU astronomy professor finds himself at the center of a controversy over science and religion
Des Moines Register Reid Forgrave August 31, 2005
A Vexing Problem
Disturbing developments in the area of organ transplantation
The Catholic World Report Daniel Allott July 15, 2010
A Viaduct Option Is Buried
The State Says There's No Money For Less Capacity On A Surface Roadway
The Seattle Weekly Mike Seely April 19, 2006
A View To A Kill
Is Jack Kevorkian Headed To A Theater Near You?
National Review Wesley J. Smith December 14, 2005
A Visit Inside Turkey's Islamist IHH
The Weekly Standard Claire Berlinski June 21, 2010
A Voting Guide For Independents And Undecideds
Investors Business Daily Scott S. Powell November 4, 2012
A Warm and Fuzzy Feeling
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn November 16, 2006
A Warning to a World in Peril
The Cutting Edge C. John McCloskey February 28, 2011
A Woman's Life Versus an Inept Press: The ACLU Supports a 'Constitutional' Death by Starvation
The Village Voice Nat Hentoff November 10, 2003
A Worthwhile U.N. Initiative!
A welcome defense of the disabled from an unlikely organization.
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 29, 2007
A Worthy Presidential Legacy
The Washington Times Richard Rahn January 2, 2007
A brief history of the scientific theory of intelligent design
Discovery Institute Jonathan Witt October 30, 2007
A couple of bad ideas: Legislature shouldn't design curriculum
The Indianapolis Star Editorial Board November 4, 2005
A landmark book about intelligent design has hit the bookstore shelves
Signature in the Cell
Breakpoint Chuck Colson September 24, 2009
A new chapter for urbanism?
Crosscut Bruce Chapman October 7, 2013
A plan for recovery of the iffy economy
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Stephen C. Meyer December 28, 2000
A race to the top to cut U.S. oil dependence
Seattle Times Steve Marshall June 17, 2010
A review of Uncommon Dissent
CaliforniaRepublic.org Bruce Thornton August 16, 2004
A review of "From Darwin to Hitler"
Touchstone David Mills August 17, 2004
A. N. Wilson's Charles Darwin
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Evolution News Michael Flannery December 20, 2017
ACLU Demands and Dover Designs
The American Enterprise Online Joe Manzari and Seth Cooper April 4, 2006
ACLU Should Follow the Evidence Where it Leads, in Law and in Science
Discovery Institute Staff November 12, 2004
AI Machines: Things not Persons
First Things Wesley J. Smith April 10, 2015
AI Should Never Have "Rights"
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith August 30, 2017
AIM Report: Former Atheist Says God Exists
Insight On The News Cliff Kinkaid December 21, 2004
AP Cites Discovery Institute's Opposition to Dover School Board Policy
Associated Press Martha Raffaele November 12, 2004
AP Corrects Story on South Carolina's Adoption of Science Standards Requirng Critical Analysis of Evolution
Associated Press Associated Press June 13, 2006
ARIEL SHARON: 1928 - 2014
Family Security Matters John Wohlstetter January 15, 2014
AT&T's Wireless Debacle
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder and Richard Vigilante May 1, 2000
AT&T-Time Warner Merger Will Help Fund 5G
Anticompetitive Fears Are Overblown
Medium Hance Haney November 3, 2016
Abandoning the Frightened and Depressed
First Things Wesley J. Smith August 23, 2008
Abandoning the Most Vulnerable
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 12, 2009
About "Discovering Intelligent Design," the New Intelligent Design Curriculum
Discovery Institute Staff June 6, 2013
About Irreducible Complexity
Responding to Darwinists Claiming to Have Explained Away the Challenge of Irreducible Complexity
Discovery Institute Staff September 2, 2010
About Those Death Panels...
The Real Threat of Government Health Care Rationing
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 31, 2011
Abusing Science in the Name of "Science"
The Strea Wesley J. Smith April 21, 2017
Abusing Theology:
Howard Van Till's “Forgotten Doctrine of Creation's Functional Integrity”
Origins & Design 19, no. 1 Jonathan Wells June 1, 1998
Academic Extinction:
More and More, Evolutionary Theory is Becoming Nothing More than Darwinian Mantra
The Daily Californian David Berlinski April 1, 2005
Academic Freedom Under Attack in NCSE Letter Seeking to Limit Teaching of Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff September 29, 2005
Academic Freedom and Free Scientific Inquiry
Des Moines Register David Klinghoffer June 2, 2007
Academic Freedom at Risk in Science Debate. (Part 3 of 3)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 30, 1997
Academic Persecution of Scientists and Scholars Researching Intelligent Design is a Dangerous and Growing Trend
Discovery Institute Staff December 7, 2005
Academic freedom and evolution
San Diego Union Tribune Casey Luskin March 5, 2008
Accepting the Obvious
Faith Is an Integral Part of American Public Life
Huffington Post Jay Richards and James Robison February 28, 2012
According to theistic evolution, did God direct evolution and know its outcome?
Discovery Institute John G. West May 1, 2009
According to theistic evolution, is design in nature detectable?
Discovery Institute John G. West April 1, 2009
According to theistic evolution, were human beings created originally good?
Discovery Institute John G. West May 1, 2009
Action Alert: Contact South Dakota Senate Education Committee to Support SB 114
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute February 9, 2015
Activists want Snohomish-Bellevue rail line to stay
Everett Herald Bill Sheets February 11, 2013
Actually, the Wimpy Thing Would Have Been for GOP Candidates to Put Up with Biased Debate Moderators
The Stream John Wohlstetter November 11, 2015
Adaptive Immunity: Chance or Necessity?
Discovery Institute Donald L. Ewert November 24, 2010
Addicted to Caricatures:
A Response to Brian Charlesworth
Discovery Institute William A. Dembski August 9, 2002
Administration Should Give Broadband Economy A Call
Investor's Business Daily Stephen Moore March 16, 2004
Adopting Bad Policy
National Review Online William L. Pierce July 29, 2002
Adopting Numbers:
The Census Side of the Story
National Review Online William L. Pierce August 27, 2003
Adoption Principles
National Review Online William L. Pierce May 10, 2002
Adult Stem Cells Restore Feeling In Paraplegic
Apparent Major Breakthrough With Patient Paralyzed 19 years
WorldNetDaily.com Staff September 28, 2005
Adult Stem Cells Restore Feeling In Paraplegic
Apparent Major Breakthrough With Patient Paralyzed 19 years
WorldNetDaily.com Staff September 28, 2005
Adviser Q&A: No Love For Net Processors
Forbes George Gilder February 2, 2006
Adviser Soapbox: Michael Milkenomics
Forbes George Gilder May 18, 2006
Advisor Soapbox:
Korean Broadband Explosion
Forbes.com George Gilder and Charlie Burger August 27, 2003
Advisory Panel Decides In Favor Of Rail-To-Trail Idea
The Seattle Times Ashley Bach January 20, 2007
Advocate Newspaper Knowingly Publishes False Information About Louisiana Law Regarding Teaching of Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff July 3, 2008
Advocates of Intelligent Design, Scientific Method Square Off
The Cleveland Plains Dealer Scott Stevens April 24, 2002
Afghanistan: Finally an Opportunity for Plain Talk
Discovery News John R. Miller March 26, 2012
After 50 years of OPEC, it's time to wean the U.S. economy from oil dependence
The Seattle Times Steve Marshall September 13, 2010
After Super Tuesday, GOP Should Stay Positive, Go On The Offensive
The Washington Examiner Scott S. Powell and David Lowry March 9, 2012
After The Bailout: A Need To Reinvest In America
Seattle Times Neal Peirce September 30, 2008
After-Birth Abortion
The after-birth abortion advocates’ non-apology apology
The Daily Caller Wesley J. Smith March 6, 2012
Again, Teach the Best Science
Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Board March 4, 2004
Against All Gods: What’s Right and Wrong about the New Atheism
IVP Books Johnson, Phillip, Reynolds, John Mark N. March 18, 2010
Against All Terror
WorldNetDaily.com Michael Glueck, MD and Robert Cihak, MD March 15, 2002
Against Sociobiology
First Things Tom Bethell January 1, 2001
Agency Created By Dodd-Frank Has Authoritarian Powers
Investors Business Daily Scott S. Powell and Jay W. Richards July 18, 2012
Agents Under Fire
Materialism and the Rationality of Science
Rowman & Littlefield Menuge, Angus August 1, 2004
Agnostic takes New Atheists to Task for Trying to Hijack Science
Author David Berlinski's New Book The Devil's Delusion
Discovery Institute staff April 2, 2008
Aground: State's Passenger Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial November 29, 2005
Air Board: 60,000 PHEVs In CA By 2014*
San Diego Union-Bulletin Michael Gardner March 28, 2008
Airline Safety
Common Sense and Nonsense
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn September 24, 2001
Al Qaeda Defeated-On to Its Demise
Naval Institute Proceedings Rear Admiral Stuart Platt, U.S. Navy (Retired), and James Na January 1, 2004
Al Qaeda's Path of Destruction
The New York Post David Klinghoffer September 10, 2006
Alabama House Committee Adopts Revised Academic Freedom Bill on Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff May 10, 2004
Alan Gishlick and the NCSE:
Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing New on the Icons of Evolution
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells December 13, 2002
Alan Wolfe Turns Evangelical
Slate Judith Shulevitz October 5, 2000
Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Needs A Bored Tunnel To Serve Capacity And Neighborhoods
Seattle Times Larry Phillips January 9, 2009
Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement, Cascadia AM Radio Coverage
KOMO-AM 1000 Travis Mayfield, Ryan Harris December 9, 2008
Alaskan Way Viaduct Stakeholders Say Their Voices Haven't Been Heard
Seattle Times Susan Gilmore December 8, 2008
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Cities By The Bay
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial October 11, 2006
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Recurring Dream
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board December 31, 2008
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Why Close Off The Tunnel Option?
Seattle Times Editorial Board December 30, 2008
Alexander Haig's 1981 Warning: Fixing Presidential Succession
Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter February 26, 2010
Algae Fueling The Green Revolution
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Lisa Stiffler October 6, 2008
Alice in Cableland; Grokster in Fableland
Bandwidth July 2005
Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter July 1, 2005
Alien Ideas
Christianity and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Crisis Benjamin Wiker November 4, 2002
Alien Intelligences?:
Think Again
Space.com Guillermo Gonzalez February 29, 2000
All Aboard Eastside Commuter Rail
Seattle Times Lance Dickie January 25, 2008
All Aboard! Oregon Eligible For High Speed Rail
Eugene Register-Guard Mark Baker June 4, 2009
All Aboard: Amtrak Adds Train To Portland
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore June 16, 2006
All American History Pivots On Events Of Our Civil War
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman May 27, 2005
All Roads Lead To Vancouver
The Bellingham Herald NA February 15, 2004
All Sides of the Issue Belong in Classroom
Philadelphia Inquirer Casey Luskin September 28, 2005
All So Taxing
The Washington Times Richard Rahn April 4, 2004
All Those Darwinian Doubts
Wichita Eagle David Berlinski March 9, 2005
All aboard, together
How new partnerships can benefit our railroad system -- and our economy
Everett Herald Bruce Agnew May 29, 2011
All forms of science designed for discussion
Topeka Capital-Journal Jonathan Wells November 22, 1999
All in 1
Lines between phone and cable companies blur as they try to become all things to all people
Indianapolis Star Erika D. Smith January 22, 2006
All the News That’s Fit to Forget
Why you’re not hearing much about embryonic stem cells these days.
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith November 28, 2011
Alliance Brings High-Speed Internet to Low-Income
Seeking a Wider Web
Chicago Sun-Times Sandra Guy April 12, 2010
Altruism and Altruistic Love
Science, Philosophy, and Religion in Dialogue
Oxford University Press Post, Stephen G., Underwood, Lynn G., Schloss, Jeffrey P., and Hurlbut, William B. March 28, 2002
Amazing Timing for Book on Tea Parties
Discovery News Bruce Chapman September 14, 2010
Amended Evolution Policy OK'd
Daily Journal (Marietta, GA) David Burch September 27, 2002
America - Even Clinton Couldn't Stop The Right
New Statesman John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge October 25, 2004
America Unmasked
The end of an era
The Seattle Times Philip Gold April 2, 1999
America Weighs In On The Future Of The Prince Rupert Superport
Vancouver Sun Miro Cernetig May 30, 2008
America needs a census we can count on
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 6, 1997
America needs local parks
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger November 4, 2013
America's Four Super-9/11s in Sight
Human Events John C. Wohlstetter December 3, 2008
America's Healthcare Policies are Sick
Real Clear Politics Bob Herbold May 1, 2009
America's Israeli Election
Townhall.com John Wohlstetter February 18, 2009
America's Military
Is it time to defend the defenders?
Discovery Institute Inquiry Vol.6, No.3 Philip Gold August 1, 1996
America's New Jingoes
Wall Street Journal George Gilder October 8, 2004
America's New War to Win
Washington Times Lyn Nofziger March 12, 2002
America's Oil Lust Means Long Middle East Involvement
Seattle Times Cynthia Tucker September 24, 2007
America's schools, and much of our nation, have become God-free zones
The Orange County Register Scott S. Powell March 25, 2018
American Business Driving A New Car Culture
Vancouver Sun Don Cayo September 5, 2008
American Idle: On the Road
Wall Street Journal Joseph B. White February 2, 2011
American military deaths in Iraq: Context and History
RealClear Politics James J. Na October 27, 2005
American terrorist
San Francisco Chronicle Debra J. Saunders July 5, 2007
Americans Overwhelmingly Support Teaching Scientific Challenges to Darwinian Evolution, Zogby Poll Shows
Discovery Institute Staff March 7, 2006
Americans Seem Interested in Trading in Politically Active Trade Leaders for Religious Active Politicians
The Washington Examiner Anna Giaritelli October 20, 2010
Amid the Universe's Chaos - A Few Habitable Places
space.com Robert Roy Britt May 28, 2002
Amtrak Cascades might drop second Vancouver train due to Canadian border fees
Progressive Railroading Progressive Railroading September 23, 2010
Amtrak Cleared for 2nd Daily Train To Vancouver, B.C.
Seattle Times Jennifer Sullivan July 3, 2009
Amtrak Deal A Key Link In Burgeoning Cascadia Travel
Vancouver Sun Bruce Agnew and Tom Till March 20, 2007
Amtrak Fires President Days After Bad Report
Tenure Included Clashes With Bush Administration
The Washington Post Keith L. Alexander November 10, 2005
Amtrak Has Failed, But What Comes Next?
Seattle Times Editorial Staff June 24, 2002
Amtrak Rails May Ring In Trains' Return
Idaho Business Review Zach Hagadone July 20, 2009
Amtrak To Operate Second Run To B.C.
New Siding Work To Be Completed In Time For Service To 2010 Olympics
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 3, 2007
Amtrak Warns It Will End Routes If New Funding Isn't Forthcoming
Wall Street Journal Daniel Machalaba February 4, 2002
Amtrak has eye on cargo
Rail service needs income to break even
Seattle Post-Intelligencer George Foster September 2, 1999
Amtrak heading toward a trainwreck
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 1, 1997
Amtrak speeds up with 'Acela'
Seattle Times Glen Johnson March 10, 1999
Amtrak to Spin Off Corridor
Board Votes to Set Up Separate Subsidiary for High-Cost Line
The Washington Post Keith L. Alexander October 14, 2005
Amtrak to Vancouver faces a bureaucratic hurdle
Crosscut C.B. Hall September 22, 2010
Amtrak's New Year's resolution: a faster train ride home from Vancouver B.C.
The Seattle Times Mike Lindblom December 8, 2011
Amtrak's Time Has Come
Seattle Times Neal Peirce December 3, 2007
Amtrak's Vancouver train gets a reprieve
Crosscut C.B. Hall October 15, 2010
An AI Thanksgiving Proclamation
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 24, 2017
An Amnesty by Any Other Name...
The New York Times Edwin Meese III May 24, 2006
An Analysis of the Expert Testimony of Prof. David Hillis before the Texas State Board of Education on January 21, 2009
Discovery Institute Staff March 27, 2009
An Analysis of the Expert Testimony of Prof. Ronald Wetherington before the Texas State Board of Education on January 21, 2009
Discovery Institute Staff March 27, 2009
An Atheist's Apostasy:
Data won over professor; why shun it in class?
Dallas Morning News Editorial Board December 15, 2004
An Effective Missile Defense
Washington Times Philip Gold June 1, 1998
An Electrifiying Startup
A New Lithium-ion Battery From A123 Systems Could Help Electric Cars And Hybrids Come to Dominate The Roads
Technology Review Kevin Bullis June 1, 2008
An Epistle for the New Religion of Transhumanism
BetterHumans Wesley J. Smith January 12, 2005
An Ethically Unsound “Therapy”
Emotions and motives to the side, this radical procedure is unjustifiable.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 8, 2007
An Ethically Unsound “Therapy”
Emotions and motives to the side, this radical procedure is unjustifiable.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 1, 2007
An Evaluation of Supplementary Biology and Evolution Curricular Materials Submitted for Adoption by the Texas State Board of Education
Discovery Institute Staff June 9, 2011
An Indecent Proposition
Do Californians Really Want to Subsidize Stem Cell Research?
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 18, 2004
An Intelligent Discussion about Life
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman April 17, 2008
An Interview with CSC Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells
Intelligent Design Undergraduate Research Center Daniel Cervera June 30, 2005
An Introduction to Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin August 21, 2015
An Open Letter to My Open-Minded Colleagues
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez June 29, 2005
An Open Letter to the Amazing Randi
Discovery Institute David Berlinski June 13, 2005
Analysis of Kansas Definition of Science Compared to All Other State Science Definitions
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells, Ph.D November 10, 2005
Analysis: Experts Assess Terror Threats
Raffaello Network Megan Harris March 25, 2008
Analytical Science at the Center of Chemistry and Beyond its Frontier:
Award Address
American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Analytical Chemistry Roland F. Hirsch August 21, 2000
And then there were 2: State picks viaduct replacement finalists
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom and Susan Gilmore December 11, 2008
Angst and awe on the Internet
Forbes ASAP George Gilder December 1, 1995
Anguishing Over Arsenic
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak April 6, 2001
Animal Desires
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 9, 2012
Animal Planet
Animal-rights Terrorism is on the Increase and Animal-rights Activists Aren't Doing Enough to Stop It.
The Daily Standard Wesley J. Smith May 26, 2006
Animal Rights Activists Have 'No Choice' but Violence, Spokesman Says
CNSNews.com Jeff Golimowski July 19, 2007
Animal Rights Follow-Up
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith March 10, 2010
Animal Rights Versus Animal Welfare
National Review Wesley J. Smith March 22, 2010
Animal Rights Would Ban Pets
First Things Wesley J. Smith September 30, 2016
Animal Rights: A Primer
Catholic Culture Dr. Jeff Mirus May 11, 2010
Animal Spirits
The New Republic David Michael July 21, 2010
Animal Wrongs
Frontpage Magazine Jacob Laksin March 11, 2010
Animal-Human Hybrids
Is there a limit to how far bioscientists are willing to go?
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith February 1, 2005
Animals Don’t Have Rights, But Humans Do Have Duties
American Farm Bureau John Hart August 30, 2010
Another "Rising Star" Governor Takes On President Bush
RealClearPolitics James J. Na February 2, 2006
Another Biology Journal Publishes Article Applying Intelligent Design Theory to Scientific Research
Discovery Institute Staff June 8, 2005
Another Cloning "Breakthrough"
The World's First Phony Stem Cells
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 31, 2005
Another Delay For Alaskan Way Viaduct Decision
KOMO 4 TV Bryan Johnson December 31, 2008
Another Flu in the Cuckoo's Nest?
JewishWorldReview.com Drs. Michael A. Glueck & Robert J. Cihak December 2, 2005
Another Great Intelligent Design Debate On TV
This week on Think Tank: Intelligent Design vs. Evolution, Part One
PBS Think Tank October 13, 2006
Another Icon of Evolution: The Darwinian Myth of Human "Tails"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin May 22, 2014
Another Jolt To The Infrastructure
Nobody dies this time, but Amtrak halts service because of fears its Talgo trains are unsafe
The Oregonian Editorial Board August 7, 2007
Another View: Government's actions propel financial crises
Des Moines Register Scott S. Powell September 30, 2013
Another Way to Detect Design?
Preliminary reply to review by B. Fitelson, C. Stephens, and Elliott Sober of The Design Inference in the Sept. 1999 issue of Philosophy of Science,
"How not to detect design".
Discovery Institute William A. Dembski June 28, 2000
Answering Massimo Pigliucci's Critique of Icons of Evolution
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin July 28, 2014
Answering the Dreaded 'Evolution' Question
The American Spectator Jay Richards and David Klinghoffer June 24, 2011
Anthropology Afoul of the Facts
Margaret Mead's Flights of Fancy in Samoa
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker May 19, 2002
Anti Humanism Subverts Environmental Movement
Legatus Wesley J. Smith June 5, 2012
Anti-Death-Penalty Activist Sr. Helen Prejean’s Plea to Spare Life of Nadarkhani
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith October 2, 2011
Anti-Evolution Standards a Key Issue in Kansas School Board Races
Associated Press John Hanna July 21, 2006
Anti-Freedom Activists Try to Censor Science Education in Florida
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 10, 2008
Anti-Humanism Infects Environmental Movement
Legatus Magazine Wesley J. Smith June 2, 2014
Anti-ID stance is good old intolerance again
Philadelphia Inquirer David K. DeWolf and Randall Wegner October 18, 2005
Any larger philosophical implications of intelligent design, or any religious motives, beliefs, and affiliations of ID proponents, do not disqualify ID from having scientific merit
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
Anything Goes
The International Society for Stem Cell Research issues its "ethical guidelines."
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith February 14, 2007
Aped Decision
Law: Last year's judicial blow to intelligent design came straight from ACLU attorneys
World Magazine Mark Bergin December 23, 2006
Appeals Panel Criticizes Evolution Ruling
Los Angeles Times Ellen Barry December 16, 2005
Aqua Express Is Given A Green Light
North Kitsap Herald Tiffany Royal July 12, 2004
Ardi and the human family tree
The Week World News & Opinion October 2, 2009
Are 110-m.p.h. Trains On The Right Track?
Chicago Tribune Jon Hilkevitch August 10, 2009
Are Babies People Too?
To The Source Wesley J. Smith March 7, 2012
Are God And Evolution Compatible? Some Catholics, Jews and Protestants Say No
The Sacramento Bee Discovery Institute October 12, 2010
Are Humans In God's Image? Even Darwinists like Francis Collins Say, Effectively, No
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer June 22, 2009
Are Privately Operated Highways In Your Future?
KPLU-FM 88.3 Liam Moriarty June 26, 2008
Are Science and Religion Incompatible in the 21st Century?
St. Louis Conference Seeks to Bridge the Divide
Discovery Institute Staff September 12, 2012
Are Scientists Taking Orders from Pat Robertson?
Christianity Today John Wilson March 5, 2001
Are There Gaps in the Gapless Economy?:
The Improbable Views of Howard J. Van Till
Origins & Design 19, no. 1 John Mark N. Reynolds June 1, 1998
Are We Alone In the Universe?
ls there life on distant planets? Is an intelligent being watching over us?
Hispanic Magazine Mike Martin November 22, 2004
Are We Alone?
Our recent success on Mars leaves us no reason to think otherwise--and reason to ponder what makes the earth unique.
The American Spectator Jay Richards & Guillermo Gonzalez May 1, 2004
Are We Conservatives a Bunch of Tax-Cut Nuts?
Just because Jonathan Chait says so, doesn’t mean it’s true.
National Review Online Nick Schulz June 28, 2006
Are We Spiritual Machines?
Ray Kurzweil vs. the Critics of Strong A.I.
Free Press Richards, Jay W. June 1, 2002
Are We Spiritual Machines?
First Things 96 William A. Dembski October 1, 1999
Are Wildlife Corridors the Right Path?
Science Mark L. Plummer & Charles C. Mann December 1, 1995
Are You Ready For a Revolution?
Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III January 11, 2007
Are infants with disabilities disposable?
Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Council Wesley J. Smith December 30, 2008
Are the Darwinists Afraid to Debate Us?
We want a discussion of ideas
Dallas Morning News Bruce Chapman and John West April 10, 2007
Arlington train? Idea still on track
Seattle Times Snohomish County Bureau Peyton Whitely November 19, 2003
Army Ad Aggravation
Washington Times Philip Gold January 4, 2001
Arrested Final Exit Network Activists Are Mainstream in Euthanasia Activism
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network Wesley J. Smith March 4, 2009
Articles Advocating Teaching the Controversy
Discovery Institute Staff July 3, 2005
As Fuel Prices Fall, Will Push For Alternatives Lose Steam?
Washington Post Steven Mufson October 20, 2008
As Governor, Jerry Brown was Vociferous Foe of Vietnamese Immigration
Discovery News Bruce Chapman October 2, 2010
As Texas Goes, So Goes the Nation on Textbooks
The Washington Examiner Dr. Charles Garner and David Klinghoffer April 8, 2009
As U.S. Debt Soars, Dollar May Lose Reserve Status
Investor's Business Daily Scott S. Powell April 10, 2012
As We Grapple With Highway Woes, The Feds Remain Adrift
The Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Jessica Cantelon December 16, 2005
As high-speed rail leaves the station, is B.C. on board
Puget Sound Business Journal Curt Cherewayko July 2, 2010
As traffic worsens, economic reality could take its toll
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey March 10, 1999
Ask Not for Whom The Road Tolls
Puget Sound Business Journal Al Scott September 30, 2009
Asking For Directions
Voters were clear on Nov. 8. Now a map needs to be drawn by state transportation planners and politicians. It's a complicated route.
Seattle Weekly George Howland Jr. December 6, 2005
Assistant Professor Premiers Film at Institute
The Tribune William Dillon June 1, 2005
Assisted Suicide Advocates Seek to Euthanize The Rule of Law
Church Report Wesley J. Smith October 16, 2009
Assisted Suicide Is the Euthanasia of Hope
Effort to legalize assisted suicide ignores the opportunity for patients to change their minds, or cheat death
NoozHawk Wesley J. Smith October 13, 2011
Assisted Suicide Stereotype Is Target of Wesley Smith's "Forced Exit"
Discovery Institute Staff July 14, 2003
Assisted Suicide and the Corruption of Palliative Care
First Things Wesley J. Smith May 15, 2008
Assisted Suicide is Bad Medicine
Seattle Times Wesley J. Smith March 29, 2006
Assisted Suicide: The Wind in their Sails
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 10, 2008
Assisted Suicide: Why Now?
Legatus Magazine Wesley J. Smith June 1, 2010
Assisted-Suicide Bill Would Have Doctors Lie About Cause of Death
San Francisco Chronicle Wesley J. Smith March 24, 2015
Assisted-Suicide Numbers Continue to Rise in Oregon
American Medical News Andis Robeznieks March 24, 2003
Assisted-suicide statute challenged by 2 Connecticut doctors
American Medical News Kevin B. O'Reilly, October 19, 2009
Assisting suicides is bad law, policy
Sacramento is considering creating an Oregon-style system to end lives
The Orange County Register Wesley J. Smith October 25, 2005
At $125 Million A Mile, It's Easy To Just Say No
The Everett Herald Editorial Board December 11, 2005
At 80, Ferry Shows Its Age
Old Boat's Retirement Caught Up In Count
The Herald Scott North and Kaitlin Manry March 18, 2007
At Emory University, Darwin’s Bullies Smear Commencement Speaker, Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins
RedState David Klinghoffer May 10, 2012
At The Pump, The Movie Never Ends
The Seattle Times James Vesely April 30, 2006
At What Cost?
To The Source Wesley J. Smith March 24, 2010
At a Loss: How Can Critics Still Not See That ID Research Programs Exist?
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin June 16, 2011
At the Bottom of the Slippery Slope
Where euthanasia meets organ harvesting
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith July 4, 2011
Atheist Antithesis
Innate Religious Beliefs Are Evidence of God, Not of Evolution
Touchstone Logan Paul Gage July 1, 2008
Atheist Author Christopher Hitchens Energetic in Debate at Birmingham Sheraton
Birmingham News Greg Garrison September 7, 2010
Atheist Crusaders
Touchstone Philip Johnson April 1, 2010
Atheist Preachers, Prophets and Killers
Colorado Springs Gazette Wayne Laugesen September 4, 2010
Attack on OSU Graduate Student Endangers Academic Freedom
Discovery Institute Staff June 13, 2005
Attacking Religious Parents For Refusing to Pull the Plug
Daily Caller Wesley J. Smith August 16, 2012
Attacking the Ties that Bind
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 9, 2017
Auctioning the Airways
Forbes ASAP George Gilder April 1, 1994
Austin American Statesman Corrects Misleading Report about Discovery Institute
Press Release Discovery Staff July 23, 2003
Australia Awards Infanticide Guru Highest Civic Award
The Corner Wesley J. Smith June 12, 2012
Australia's Dr. Death comes to San Francisco
San Francisco Chronicle Wesley J. Smith November 2, 2009
Australia's Dr. Death: Spreading the Assisted-Suicide Gospel
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith November 26, 2002
Author Critiques Darwin's 'Terrible Ideas'
Baptist Press Katherine Kipp February 14, 2008
Author: Debt Plagued Telecom Industry
The Grand Rapids Press Rick Wilson January 8, 2004
Authors Will Discuss New Book Critiquing Controversial Dover Intelligent Design Court Decision
Author Panel and Book Reception, June 22 at Discovery Institute in Washington DC
Discovery Institute Staff June 8, 2006
Autumn 2004 issue of Discovery Institute Views
Discovery Institute Staff October 28, 2004
Avoiding a Thirty Years War
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn December 21, 2006
Avvenire Interviews Wesley J. Smith
Avvenire Lorenzo Schoepflin June 18, 2009
Awakenings
The Schiavo Case Revisited
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith November 5, 2007
B.C. Olympics Can Be a Transportation Catalyst
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew & Jessica Cantelon January 30, 2006
B.C. Paves The Way To Better Infrastructure
Globe And Mail Patrick Brethour March 14, 2008
B.C. Premier Stuns Critics With Plans To Go Green
Washington Post/Seattle Times Doug Struck March 19, 2007
B.C., Washington Plan Similar High Tech Licenses
Globe & Mail Patrick Brethour August 17, 2007
BESE Expected to Take Up Controversial Science Instruction Act Today
The Times-Picayune Bill Barrow January 13, 2009
BNB Podcast: Soul Believer- In Defense of Human Exceptionalism
Discovery Institute Wesley J. Smith July 17, 2007
BNB Podcast: Vick Charges Speak to Our Humanity
Discovery Institute Wesley J. Smith August 14, 2007
BNSF Corridor: Cascade Bicycle Club And Cascadia Center Share Their Views
Kirkland Views Bruce Agnew July 16, 2008
BNSF Eastside Deal Flawed, Says Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center Mike Wussow November 2, 2007
BSV Commentaries
Discovery Institute Staff November 30, 2006
BSV Standalone Files
staff staff January 1, 2000
BU Had Role in Dembski Return
The Baylor Lariat Brad Briggs & Grace Maalouf November 16, 2007
Back In Session, At Least In Theory
Tacoma News Tribune Joe Turner January 13, 2008
Back to the Future by Connecting with the Past
The American Thinker Scott S. Powell July 25, 2018
Backed Into a Corner
To the Source Wesley J. Smith March 8, 2013
Background Information on Cobb County School District v. Selman
Discovery Institute Staff May 25, 2006
Background Information on Professor Eric Hedin, Ball State University, & Academic Freedom
Discovery Institute Staff June 6, 2013
Background on David Coppedge and the Lawsuit Against NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 19, 2012
Backgrounder and summary of publisher’s proposed revision to biology textbooks
Discovery Institute Staff October 30, 2003
Backwards Priorities
Washington Times Philip Gold December 16, 1996
Bad Advisers
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn November 13, 2005
Ball State University President Imposes Gag Order on Scientists Supportive of Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff August 1, 2013
Ball State’s intelligent design controversy re-emerges
The Indianapolis Star Russ Pulliam March 21, 2014
Baltics Next for Putin?
Family Security Matters John Wohlstetter March 19, 2014
Ban the Burqa
National Review Claire Berlinski August 2, 2010
Banning It:
Getting Past Hatch-Feinstein
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith April 17, 2003
Barack Obama and Rahm Emanuel Go After the Census
U.S. News & World Report Michael Barone February 11, 2009
Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin & Logan Paul Gage May 16, 2008
Barton-Rush Bill Not ‘An Elegant Solution’
xchange magazine Kelly M. Teal May 1, 2006
Basalt + CO2 = Clean Coal? Let's Hope So
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board October 10, 2007
Baylor Administration Silencing Science by Design
The Lariat (Baylor University) Walt Ruloff September 19, 2007
Baylor University Denies Research Scientists' Academic Freedom
Discovery Institute Staff September 6, 2007
Be Faithful and Multiply
Forward David Klinghoffer May 25, 2007
Beacon Hill Tunneling A Breeze
The Seattle Times Mike Lindblom April 20, 2006
Bear Market's First Bagged Bear
The American Spectator John Wohlstetter March 26, 2009
Because It Works. That's Why!
Review of The Concept of Probability in Statistical Physics by Y.M. Guttmann
Books & Culture William A. Dembski March 1, 2000
Becoming a Disciplined Science:
Prospects, Pitfalls, and Reality Check for ID
International Society for Complexity, Information & Design William A. Dembski October 28, 2002
Before He Kills Again
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith March 22, 1999
Before the Fall
National Review David Klinghoffer December 18, 2006
Befuddled by Life's Origin
Christianity Today Stephen C. Meyer November 14, 1994
Beginnings of a bubble?
fibresystems.org Pauline Rigby February 25, 2008
Beguiling Curves of the Swedish Model
The Washington Times Richard Rahn April 26, 2004
Behe's New Book: The Edge of Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff May 22, 2007
Behe's letter in the WSJ responding to Feb. 13 article by Sharon Begley
The Wall Street Journal Michael J. Behe February 27, 2004
Behind the Curtain of Assisted Suicide Advocacy
First Things Wesley J Smith March 16, 2018
Behind the Syria Headlines
Discovery News Bruce Chapman June 16, 2012
Being Alive is the First Requirement for Moral Value
First Things Wesley J. Smith October 13, 2017
Belgium’s Culture of Death
Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith November 20, 2013
Belief in Intelligent Design is Pure Logic
The Buffalo News Dan Mattimore January 26, 2006
Believe It Or Not
Review of The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions
Touchstone Magazine Casey Luskin September 17, 2012
Bell Places Third In National Video Contest
Seattle University Magazine Staff October 11, 2007
Bell Street Pier Project A Jewel In Seattle Port Crown
Bruce Chapman October 13, 1995
Bellevue Eyes Sound Transit Train Tunnel; Microsoft Wants Surface Route
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom May 4, 2009
Bellingham: Port, City Begin Next Waterfront Planning Phase
Port Votes Today On Sharing Costs, Responsibilities With The City
The Bellingham Herald Staff March 6, 2007
Ben Carson and the evolution-morality debate
Protest against prominent Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who disputes theory of evolution, is misguided
Baltimore Sun Richard Weikart May 13, 2012
Ben Stein Exposes Richard Dawkins
AOL News.com Dinesh D'Souza April 18, 2008
Ben Stein vs. Sputtering Atheists
Townhall.com Brent Bozell, III April 18, 2008
Benefits Of Closing Viaduct Studied
Seattle Times Susan Gilmore September 10, 2004
Berlin to Baghdad, Steely Resolve for a Just Cause
The Seattle Times John C. Drescher May 19, 2004
Berlinski's The Devil's Delusion Back in Print
An Agnostic Delivers the Definitive Response to the New Atheists
Discovery Institute Staff September 22, 2009
Bernanke Versus the Austrians
The American Spectator Jonathan Witt December 7, 2009
Berniecare's Medicaid for All
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith November 27, 2017
Best for Business
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn May 3, 2005
Better Bridge Traffic? Sure, At A Price: State Report Says Making I-90 And SR 520 Toll Roads Again Could Ease Congestion
The King County Journal Jamie Swift June 19, 2006
Better Dead Than Fed, PETA Says
San Francisco Chronicle Debra J. Saunders June 23, 2005
Better Living - Through Slime
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey October 29, 2008
Betting on Bulgaria
The Washington Times Richard Rahn November 16, 2003
Between Presidents, a Dangerous Gap
The New York Times Slade Gorton & Jamie Gorelick July 16, 2008
Between the Covers
National Review Online John J. Miller January 19, 2010
Beware of Darwin Day
The Falcon Anika Smith February 12, 2007
Beware of Economic Hubris
The Washington Times Richard Rahn December 3, 2003
Beware the "Rights of Nature"
The Daily Caller Wesley J. Smith December 30, 2011
Beware the Drive to Reduce Some Human Beings Into Mere Natural Resources
CNSNews.com Wesley J. Smith October 7, 2009
Beyond Acronyms
Washington Times Philip Gold December 18, 2000
Beyond Oil: Wind At Our Backs
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board November 10, 2008
Beyond Partisanship: Why Clinton is Unfit For Commander in Chief
Investor's Business Daily Scott S. Powell February 9, 2016
Beyond Proposition 1: A New Consensus Is Emerging
Crosscut Ted Van Dyk December 18, 2007
Beyond Terri's Law:
What We Can Learn From the Schiavo Case
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 19, 2004
Biblical Hi-Jinks in a Crucial Court Opinion
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 1, 2000
Bibliography of Supplementary Resources For Science Instruction
Discovery Institute Various January 1, 2004
Big Bang on the Bayou
Townhall.com Ken Connor July 8, 2008
Big Biotech's Voracious Appetite
The Daily Standard Wesley J. Smith November 16, 2004
Big Bumps On The Hydrogen Highway
Vancouver Sun Phil Chubb May 31, 2007
Big Business, If You're So Rich, Why Aren't You Smart?
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman August 13, 2009
Big Dig? Here?
The Columbian Editorial Board July 19, 2006
Biggest Foreign Aid Recepient
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn May 10, 2006
Bill Buckley's Religion, And My Own
A Veteran National Review Staffer Reflects on the Towering Conservative Figure.
The Jewish Week David Klinghoffer March 5, 2008
Bill Would Let Counties Run Foot-Ferry Service
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Staff March 9, 2006
Billboard Campaign Puts Controversial Right-to-Die Group in the Spotlight
Fox News Meghan Baker July 15, 2010
Bills Aim To Combine Area Transportation Agencies
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange February 8, 2006
Bills Would Give Teachers Freedom Teaching Evolution
Baptist Press Michael Foust May 13, 2008
Billy Wilder on the Purpose of Business
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 22, 2013
Bio-Mechanics
Don't the Intricacy & Ubiquity of Molecular Machines Provide Evidence for Design?
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin March 9, 2012
Bio-fuel Musses Up Electric Car Fest
Seattle Times Angel Gonzalez September 7, 2008
Biochemist argues intelligent design not same as creationism
Chicago Tribune Lisa Anderson October 18, 2005
Bioethicist Blasts Media for Overhyping Embryonic Stem Cell
Discovery Institute Staff August 25, 2006
Bioethicist Rejects So-Called Reforms To Futile Care Laws
Texas Right to Life Texas Right to Life April 1, 2013
Bioethicist Wesley J. Smith Condemn's Judge's Ruling in Schiavo Case
Discovery Institute Staff March 22, 2005
Bioethicist Wesley Smith Discusses Embryonic Stem Cell Research Scam
Discovery Institute Staff August 31, 2006
Bioethics Expert to Speak
Interview with Wesley J. Smith
Catholic Voice Wesley J. Smith September 25, 2017
Bioethics in 2017
First Things Wesley J. Smith January 6, 2017
Bioethics in the Age of Trump
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 26, 2016
Bioethics in the Age of Trump
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 16, 2017
Biofuel Project Taking Root
Farmers And The County Are Hoping To Reap Profits Along With Greater Energy Independence.
The Herald Yoshiaki Nohara May 9, 2006
Biofuels No Sure Bet for Farmers
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bill Virgin June 15, 2006
Biofuels' Future May Hinge On Funding
The Tri-City Herald Jeff St. John and Mary Hopkin February 28, 2006
Biography of Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez
Discovery Institute Staff May 14, 2007
Biohazards
Advances in biological science raise troubling questions about what it means to be human
San Francisco Chronicle Wesley J. Smith November 6, 2005
Biological Colonialism
To The Source Wesley J. Smith January 13, 2009
Biological Colonialism Kills
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith June 11, 2012
Biologist Ken Miller Flunks Political Science on Santorum
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture April 19, 2002
Biology Journal Says It Mistakenly Published Paper That Attacks Darwinian Evolution
Chronicle of Higher Education Richard Monastersky September 10, 2004
Biology texts, state teaching policies criticized, defended
Science groups downgrade courses for uncorrected errors, confusion
The Washington Times Larry Witham September 10, 2000
Bipartisan Transportation Report Calls for Dramatic Shift in U.S. Transportation Policy
Discovery Blog Mike Wussow July 10, 2009
Birth Control “Compromise” Doesn’t Reduce Danger Obamacare Poses to American Liberty
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 10, 2012
Birth control pretext for destroying religious liberty
Legatus Magazine Wesley J. Smith April 1, 2013
Bitten
Meyer article continues to cause controversy
Access Research Network Mark Hartwig September 25, 2004
Blaine train station campaign gathers steam
Peace Arch News Dan Ferguson March 28, 2012
Blind Evolution or Intelligent Design?
Address to the American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History Michael J. Behe April 23, 2002
Blinded by Science
National Review Wesley J. Smith June 16, 2003
Blinkered Sages
National Review George Gilder May 5, 2008
Blog Notification Subscription
Discovery Institute Staff April 5, 2006
Blown Away
American Spectator Dan Peterson September 15, 2009
Blurring lines between government and philanthropy
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger March 24, 2016
Board Approves Foot-Ferry Agreements
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Staff March 4, 2004
Board Fires Amtrak Chief
DC Examiner Patrick Rucker November 9, 2005
Board gives final approval to biology books
Associated Press/Ft. Worth Star-Telegram APRIL CASTRO November 7, 2003
Boatload of Legislation
Bremerton Sun Niki King February 3, 2004
Body & Soul
Human Nature & the Crisis in Ethics
InterVarsity Press Moreland, J.P. & Rae, Scott B. April 1, 2000
Boehner / Chabot Letter to Ohio Dept. of Education
Boehner & Chabot By: Rep. Boehner & Rep. Chabot March 15, 2002
Bogus Assertions
San Antonio Express Robert Crowther January 11, 2009
Bogus Story Aired by CNN: TV journalist does report on evolution bill, mischaracterizes what legislation would do
Worldnetdaily.com WorldNetDaily Staff April 7, 2004
Bold Steps Needed to End Region's Malaise
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall October 18, 2002
Bold steps needed to end region's malaise
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall October 18, 2002
Bolder Move Needed to Reduce Addiction to Oil – Try PHEVs Now
Reply to State of the Union
Discovery Institute Staff January 24, 2007
Bolder Strokes... For Tax Cut Hopes
The Washington Times Richard Rahn April 24, 2003
Book Note review of "Law, Darwinism, and Public Education: The Establishment Clause and the Challenge of Intelligent Design"
Harvard Law Review Staff January 1, 1985
Book Review: Why Are Jews Liberals? by Norman Podhoretz
National Review David Klinghoffer October 19, 2009
Book Review: "Of Moths and Men" by Judith Hooper
Salon.com Alison Motluk September 18, 2002
Book Review: 'Knowledge and Power' by George Gilder
Economists as far back as Adam Smith have undervalued entrepreneurs—the restless, inventive, job-creating engines of the economy.
Wall Street Journal Matthew Rees March 17, 2014
Book Review: Random Acts of Design
Francis Collins Sees Evidence That God Made the Cosmos—But Life Is Another Matter
Touchstone Magazine Jonathan Witt November 9, 2006
Book Review: The Signature in the Cell
The Constructive Curmudgeon Douglas Groothius September 24, 2009
Book Review: The evolution of Darwin's bad influence
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey January 20, 2008
Book TV at FreedomFest: George Gilder, "Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How It Is Revolutionizing Our World"
C-SPAN2 Book TV August 25, 2013
Book Takes New Look at CS Lewis' Views on Science, Evolution
Christian Post Jeff Schapiro September 20, 2012
Border Barriers Must Come Down Before Olympics: Group
Vancouver Sun Jeff Lee July 17, 2008
Border Communities Anxious About Changing Regulations
Group Worries About Economic Effect On Countries
The Bellingham Herald John Stark March 25, 2006
Borders & the Bible
It’s not the gospel according to Hillary.
National Review David Klinghoffer May 16, 2006
Bored By All Those Viaduct Choices? Think Again
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall March 16, 2007
Bored Tunnel Technology Helps Option Advance
KUOW-FM Jamala Henderson January 5, 2009
Both Martha and Justice Have Suffered, and Now It Will Get Even Worse
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman March 12, 2004
Both extremes wrong in evolution debate
Pioneer Press Jean Swenson October 17, 2003
Bottomed-Out Ferry System Looking To Come Back
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich February 17, 2008
Brace for the U.N. Tax Man
Seattle Times James J. Na October 11, 2005
Brain Spat
Dallas Observer Mark Stuertz April 5, 2007
Brave New Bioethics Podcast #1
Discovery Institute Wesley J Smith November 14, 2006
Brave New Bioethics Podcast: Is the Drug Enforcement Administration scaring doctors away from treating pain aggressively?
Discovery Institute Wesley J Smith June 21, 2007
Brave New Clarity:
What the Kass Commission Got Right
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith July 16, 2002
Brave New World Should Be An Election Issue
First Things Wesley J. Smith August 5, 2016
Brave New World is Closer Than You Think
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith March 15, 2017
Breaking The Gridlock On Paying For Roads
Washington Post Fred Hiatt March 16, 2009
Breaking the Cease-Fire Between Science and Religion
The Forward David Klinghoffer July 8, 2009
Bremerton Foot Ferry Slow To Catch On
Kitsap Sun Niki King November 2, 2004
Brexit and the Future of U.S.–U.K. Military Cooperation
National Review Online Stephen C. Meyer June 16, 2016
Bridge Financing Over Troubled Waters
Globe & Mail Patrick Brethour October 31, 2008
Bridge Operators Consider Raising Tolls In Bay Area
San Jose Mercury-News/Contra Costa Times Denis Cuff October 14, 2009
Bridge Plan Rattles Seattle Enclave
The New York Times Linda Baker March 5, 2006
Bridge-tunnel inspires transit planners
Scandinavian project studied for 520 ideas
Seattle P-I George Foster July 6, 2000
Bringing Back Hoovernomics?
The Washington Times Richard Rahn September 13, 2002
Bringing a Turbulent Land Into Focus
The Wall Street Journal Bruce Chapman December 17, 2004
Brit Hume at Fox News Highlights Guillermo Gonzalez Tenure Battle
Discovery Institute Staff December 6, 2007
Britain May Tell Drivers To Pay $2.30 Per Mile
The Seattle Times Mark Rice-Oxley June 9, 2005
Britain Slowly Sinking
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn September 16, 2005
Broadband Brawl:
A Debate Over Net Neutrality
Telecosm Conference - 2006 Technology & Democracy Project October 5, 2006
Broadband Consumers Deserve Certainty, Not Partisan Politics
Bipartisan Compromise Is Needed to Preserve Net Neutrality And Incentivize Investment in Broadband Infrastructure
Discovery Institute Hance Haney May 15, 2018
Broadband Fiasco
The Wall Street Journal Editorial February 11, 2004
Broadband Regulation Risks Jobs
Sacramento Bee Hance Haney July 18, 2010
Broadband's Narrow Minds
Wall Street Journal George Gilder February 19, 2003
Broadband: A Life-Saving Technology
CNET News.com John Borland and Jim Hu July 26, 2004
Broadbandits' Revenge
Washington Times Hance Haney October 11, 2007
Broadening the Faith and Evolution Debate
Washington Post: On Faith John West June 2, 2009
Bruce Agnew Discusses Sustainable Freight Transportation
Commission for Environmental Cooperation Mike Wussow February 2, 2010
Bruce Agnew In Radio News Segment On Bremerton-Seattle Foot Ferry Trial
KOMO-AM 1000 Travis Mayfield July 20, 2009
Bruce Agnew In Radio News Segment On Eastside Rail & Trail
KOMO 1000 AM Rich Lyons November 20, 2009
Bruce Agnew Radio Interview, On West Coast "Green Highway" Initiative
CKNW-AM 980 Bill Good Show June 12, 2007
Bruce Agnew, Tim Ceis - On Deep Bored Tunnel Option
KIRO-AM 710 Frank Shiers December 19, 2008
Bruce Chapman Is Right
crosscut.com Knute Berger November 5, 2007
Bruce Chapman on Fox News
Fox News Channel Bruce Chapman February 13, 2009
Brutally Criticized
Fox News The O'Reilly Factor August 25, 2005
Budget Fictions
The Washington Times Richard Rahn March 12, 2007
Budget and tax issues could land Kemp vice-presidential slot
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 19, 1996
Budget, 20-Year Plan Tops Ferry Agenda
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber Anna Brinkman October 15, 2004
Build The World's Greenest Bridge
The Oregonian Editorial Board July 8, 2008
Building Costs Deal Blow To Local Budget
New York Times William Yardley January 26, 2008
Building a Bigger Nonprofit Sector
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger May 7, 2013
Bully for Those Combating Worldwide Slave Trade
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Joel Connelly October 20, 2003
Bureaucracy Lives!
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith August 26, 2013
Buried WMD Scoop
The Wall Street Journal WSJ Editorial Staff February 1, 2008
Burying the Engine
My First Earth Day
Mark L. Plummer March 1, 1998
Bus Commute May Cross County Lines
Transit agencies weigh Mount Vernon-Bellingham service
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen May 16, 2005
Bus Rapid Transit: The Solution To The Region's Gridlock
The Seattle Times Donald F. Padelford November 13, 2005
Bus Routes to Link Whatcom, Skagit, Island Counties
Western Front Kelsey Dosen July 12, 2005
Bush Bears Fruit
New Discoveries Pave the Way for Ethical Stem-Cell Research, Thanks to the President’s Policies.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith November 20, 2007
Bush Deems New I-5 Bridge National Priority
Columbian Jeffrey Mize August 6, 2008
Bush Plan Similar to Institute's Ideas
Seattle Times Bobbi Nodell July 8, 2002
Bush Plan for Amtrak Offers Opportunity for Washington, Oregon, Institute Says
Discovery Institute Press Release July 29, 2003
Bush Takes On the Brothels
The New York Times Nicholas D. Kristof May 9, 2006
Bush Tax Bill Fulfills Campaign Pledge to Aid Children and Families
Adoption.About.com William L. Pierce May 27, 2001
Bush Versus the Trial Lawyers
Not all tort reforms are created equal.
The Weekly Standard William Tucker January 17, 2005
Bush and Blair Will Be Redeemed
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman March 20, 2003
Bush on Right Track
USA Today Richard Rahn November 8, 2002
Bush, Mulroney Should Embrace Thatcher
The Wall Street Journal Europe Stephen C. Meyer September 22, 1989
Bush: The Right Strategy for a Dangerous World
The Seattle Times Mariana Parks February 20, 2004
Bush’s New Book Quotes Yours Truly
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 10, 2010
Business As Usual Won't Cut It On Transportation
Everett Herald Editorial Board March 19, 2006
Business Week Online looks "Into the Gildercosm"
Business Week Online Justin Hibbard May 12, 2005
But Is It Good for the Conservatives?
Darwinism and its discontents.
The Weekly Standard Andrew Ferguson May 14, 2007
But Shouldn't We Be Nice to Puppies?
To The Source Wesley J. Smith April 7, 2010
Buy 1, Get 3 Free!
Watchdog. Org Tori Richards November 6, 2013
Buying A Way Out Of Traffic Doesn't Come Cheap
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board December 16, 2007
By Design:
A Whitworth professor takes a controversial stand to show that life was no accident
Whitworth Today Stephen C. Meyer November 1, 1995
By Design?
CBS News Sunday Morning Rita Braver October 23, 2005
By Land Or Sea, Another Ferry Delay
The Seattle Times Editorial Board March 14, 2006
C. S. Lewis and the Materialist Menace
John G. West July 15, 1996
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Contributing Authors and Acknowledgements
Discovery Institute John G. West July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Introduction by John G. West, Jr.
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 3: How Should People of Faith View the State?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 4: What Are the Threats to Freedom in Modern Society?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 5: How Should People of Faith Be Involved In Politics?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Foreword by George Weigel
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 1: How Should People of Faith Talk About Political Issues?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 2: How Can People of Faith Apply Morality to Politics?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and the Case for Responsible Scholarship
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Professor of English, Bowling Green State University; 1998 by Bruce Edwards. All Rights Reserved Dr. Bruce L. Edwards July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and the Unknown Idols of 'Secularism' in the Twenty-first Century
1998 by Iain T. Benson Iain Benson July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis, H.G. Wells, and the Evolutionary Myth
© Copyright 1998 Mike W. Perry, All Rights Reserved Mike Perry July 1, 1998
CASCADIA CENTER TO DISCUSS EASTSIDE TRAILWAY CONCEPTS
Press Release Mike Wussow April 15, 2008
CNN Accused of Fabricating Controversy in Missouri Evolution Story
Agape Press Jim Brown and Jody Brown April 12, 2004
CNN Airs False Report Claiming Teachers will be Fired
Discovery Institute Staff April 6, 2004
CNN Defends False Report with Spin and Half-Truths
Discovery Institute Staff April 13, 2004
CNN accused of slanting report on selection of science textbooks
Baptist Press News Erin Curre July 16, 2003
CNN's Facts Seem to Evolve
Citizenlink Terry Phillips April 8, 2004
COMMENTARY: Columbus Day is celebration of character
Las Vegas Review-Journal Scott S. Powell October 8, 2017
Caesar's Wife and the Politics of Destruction
The Wall Street Journal Bruce Chapman September 28, 2018
Calif. Science Center Sued For Nixing Intelligent Design Film
The Wall Street Journal Law Blog Amir Efrati December 29, 2009
California Cloning
Investor's Business Daily Editorial September 28, 2004
California Lawmakers Debate Doctor-Assisted Suicide
Sacramento Bee Jim Sanders June 20, 2006
California School District Sued for Violating Civil Rights in Evolution Controversy
Discovery Institute Staff January 19, 2005
California Science Center Discrimination Lawsuit Settlement
Discovery Institute Staff August 29, 2011
California Science Center is sued for canceling a film promoting intelligent design
Los Angeles Times Mike Boehm December 29, 2009
California Science Center to Pay $110,000 Settlement Over Intelligent Design Film
Science Magazine Sara Reardon August 31, 2011
California Science Center to Pay Attorneys' Fees and Settle Open Records Lawsuit by Intelligent Design Group
Discovery Institute Staff June 14, 2010
California Senate Minority Leader Launches Probe into California Science Center's Alleged Violations of First Amendment Rights
Discovery Institute Staff January 14, 2010
California v. Gnatcatcher?
Audobon, Volume 97, Number 1, January-February 1995 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer January 1, 1995
California's Destructive Green Jobs Lobby
Wall Street Journal George Gilder November 16, 2010
California's Other Senator
Jon Corzine Wants To Help California Lure Biotech Cloning Companies Away From New Jersey. Why Is That Exactly?
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith August 27, 2004
Californians Say Teach Scientific Evidence Both For and Against Darwinian Evolution, Show New Polls
Discovery Institute Staff May 3, 2004
Call It Slavery
The Wilson Quarterly John R. Miller August 1, 2008
Call Them Ishmael
The Forward David Klinghoffer September 22, 2006
Call Them The Evangelical Alpha Males
Scripps Howard News Service Terry Mattingly April 17, 2002
Calling Competition
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board June 10, 2004
Campaign Finance: Beware that the cure does not become the disease
A Scandal Guide for the Perplexed
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 14, 1997
Can Cobb Co. Attorney Overcome Trial Mistakes in Time to Save School District?
Discovery Institute Staff November 11, 2004
Can Muslim Doctors Refuse to Treat the Opposite Sex?
First Things Wesley J. Smith October 5, 2012
Can Plants Have Human Rights?
The Weekly Standard Mark Hemingway April 13, 2011
Can Plug-in Hybrids Ride To America's Rescue?
Engineer Behind Many Electric Car Advances Says Oil's Days May Be Numbered
Christian Science Monitor/ABC news Mark Clayton July 19, 2008
Can Private Equity Play The Infrastructure Game?
The Deal Vyvyan Tenorio, Christine Idzelis April 3, 2009
Can Privatization Put Passenger Rail Back on Track?
Discovery Institute Inquiry Ray B. Chambers August 31, 1995
Can Science Rescue Salmon?
Science, Volume 289, Number 5480, Issue of 4 Aug 2000, pp. 716-719 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer August 4, 2000
Can Seattle continue to charm the technology muse?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 6, 1996
Can Telecommuting Take Root In Kitsap?
Kitsap Sun Derek Sheppard September 14, 2008
Can We Detect Evidence of Purpose Scientifically?
Discovery Institute Jay W. Richards April 15, 2000
Can You Dig It?
The Columbian Thomas Ryll April 2, 2006
Can You Hear That Train A-Coming? We Might Get Amtrak Back
Idaho Statesman Tim Woodward August 1, 2009
Can the Church Take the Lead? Saving Marriages and Preventing Divorce
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 7, 1997
Can the Origin of the Genetic Code Be Explained by Direct RNA Templating?
BIO-Complexity Stephen C. Meyer, Paul A. Nelson August 24, 2011
Can't call the Highway 99 tunnel "world-record" anymore
The Seattle Times Mike Lindstrom April 18, 2011
Canada Conjoins Euthanasia and Organ Harvesting
American Spectator Wesley J Smith June 8, 2019
Canada Declares War on Christian Doctors and Nurses
First Things Wesley J. Smith March 4, 2016
Canada Goes Softly Authoritarian
American Specta Wesley J. Smith October 3, 2019
Canada Swallows the Hemlock
Human Life Review Wesley J Smith September 15, 2016
Canada relents on cash demands for late Amtrak run from Seattle
Crosscut C.B. Hall August 17, 2011
Canada vs. the US
The Washington Times Richard Rahn April 8, 2004
Canada's Strange and Marvelous Election - A Preview
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman October 3, 2008
Canada's election: moving right and moving left
Crosscut Bruce Chapman May 3, 2011
Canadian Doctors Get Ready for Child Euthanasia
National Review Wesley J Smith November 5, 2018
Canadian fee may curb Amtrak rail runs
The Vancouver Sun Tracy Sherlock September 22, 2010
Canadian immunization committee recommends HPV vaccine for boys
Life Site News Peter Baklinski January 30, 2012
Canadian pot legislation could snarl border traffic
Puget Sound Business Journal Steve Wilhelm May 19, 2003
Candidates Want Ferry Person To Run Ferries
Kitsap Sun Jack Swanson October 22, 2004
Cap and Trade for the Internet
Wall Street Journal George Gilder March 16, 2010
Capital Ideas
Is capitalism the cause -- or solution -- to our economic mess? One new book gives a compelling answer.
Breakpoint Chuck Colson December 15, 2010
Capitalism
National Review Online Peter Robinson October 1, 2012
Capitalism, Freedom, and Jewish Accomplishment: The Israel Test
American Enterprise Institute George Gilder, Charles Murray, Jon Entine July 28, 2009
Capitalism, Jewish Achievement, and the Israel Test
The American George Gilder July 27, 2009
Capitol Watch: Take The Helm
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board February 1, 2006
Capitol Watch: Regional Ruckus
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Staff February 26, 2006
Capitol Watch: Roads And Transit
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board March 12, 2006
Capitol Watch: Seismic Power Shift
The Seattle P-I Seattle P-I Editorial Board May 13, 2005
Car, Bus Or Rail? Planning Reform Combines Modes
Mercer Island Reporter Rep. Fred Jarrett February 23, 2006
Careful Trade Contacts Will Encourage Chinese Freedom Forces
Bruce Chapman February 1, 1990
Careless Consumerism
First Things Wesley J. Smith December 1, 2012
Caroline Crocker: Intellectual Freedom Must Include Conservative Professors, Scientists
The Examiner Caroline Crocker June 30, 2008
Cascadia Blog Article Highlights Teleworking Green, Productivity Benefits
TMCnet.com Brendan B. Read October 16, 2009
Cascadia Center Applauds Decision To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
Cascadia Center Staff January 13, 2009
Cascadia Center director Bruce Agnew on decision to keep Eastside corridor in public domain
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center November 6, 2009
Cascadia Center statement on U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border Agreement
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center December 8, 2011
Cascadia Center's "Beyond Oil" Conference: A Wrap-Up
Cascadia Prospectus Bruce Agnew September 10, 2008
Cascadia Center's Earling Testifies Before House and Senate Transportation Committees
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center Staff January 24, 2006
Cascadia Center's Till Testifies Before State Transportation Commission
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center Staff January 17, 2006
Cascadia Completes Puget Sound Business Journal Op-Ed Series on Infrastructure Deficit
Cascadia Center Staff January 31, 2006
Cascadia High Speed Rail: It's Time
The Oregonian Brad Perkins February 26, 2009
Cascadia Rail Week Highlights Cross-Border & Interstate Ties
Various Northwest Media July 3, 2009
Cascadia Rail Week In The News
Various Northwest Media June 1, 2009
Cascadia Says Tunnel Still Makes Sense
Letter to the Viaduct Stakeholders Advisory Committee
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center November 20, 2008
Cascadia statement on permanent fee waiver for second train
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center August 17, 2011
Cascadia statement on the continuation of second train to Vancouver
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center October 15, 2010
Cascadia's Bruce Agnew Discusses Deep Bore Tunnel Choice
KIRO-FM 97.3 Dave Ross Show January 13, 2009
Cascadia's Bruce Agnew Discusses Electric Vehicles On Display At "Beyond Oil"
KOMO 1000 AM Rich Lyons October 23, 2009
Cascadia's Bruce Agnew On Greening I-5
Gold Medal Improvements Planned For I-5
KOMO-AM 1000 Corwin Haeck September 19, 2007
Cascadia's Rails And Trail Campaign Catching Attention
Woodinville Weekly Jeanette Knudsen December 3, 2007
Cascadia's Steve Marshall On TVW - Beyond Oil: Transforming Transportation
From 4th Annual "Power Up" Summit, Wenatchee
TVW Staff June 15, 2008
Cascadia-Microsoft Conference Speaker Shares In Nobel Prize
Cascadia Center Web Site Steve Marshall October 15, 2007
Cascadia: Eastside Corridor Can Support Interurban Rail
KUOW-FM Patricia Murphy November 26, 2007
Cascadia: More Than A Dream
Vancouver Sun Miro Cernetig April 14, 2007
Cascadia: Naive Dream Or The Next Frontier?
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 6, 2008
Cascadia: The New Frontier
How the 2010 Winter Games may help turn a decades-old dream for Cascadia into reality
BC Business Peter Severinson February 3, 2010
Cascadia: borderless solutions
The Seattle Times Mark Trahant May 2, 1999
Cascadian Mayors Flirt With Romance of High-Speed Rail
Business in Vancouver Curt Cherewayko June 15, 2010
Cascadian Mayors Flirt with Romance of High-speed Rail
Business in Vancouver Curt Cherewayko June 15, 2010
Cascadian Ports Target Pollution
Vancouver Sun Fiona Anderson May 17, 2007
Cascadians: Shared Cultural Traits, Values
Residents of the region have a subtle separatist streak and a passion for outdoor activity
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 7, 2008
Catastrophic Bridge Collapse In Minneapolis Highlights Puget Sound Risks; And Finance Challenges
Cascadia Prospectus Matt Rosenberg August 2, 2007
Catch the Boat for Better Housing
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial July 13, 2003
Catch-23
Research News & Opportunities Jonathan Wells July 1, 2002
Catholic Church Must Lose the Psychobabble
Los Angeles Times George Weigel December 17, 2002
Catholic Nursing Homes to Be Forced to Permit Assisted Suicide
First Things Wesley J. Smith February 26, 2007
Catmamaran Commute Between Kirkland And UW? Parking Still An Issue
Seattle Times Amy Roe December 10, 2007
Celebrate the Reformation by celebrating the First Amendment
The Dallas Morning News Scott S. Powell October 30, 2017
Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species
Human Events Ben Wiker November 24, 2009
Cell Wars
The Reagans' suffering and hyped promises.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith June 8, 2004
Census Nominee’s Full Plate
The Wall Street Journal Carl Bialik June 8, 2013
Chabad Haven
National Review Online David Klinghoffer December 1, 2008
Chamber Asks Council To Limit Viaduct Options
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore May 8, 2006
Chance and Necessity Do Not Explain the Origin of Life
Cell Biology International; Volume 28, Issue 11 J.T. Trevors and D.L. Abel November 1, 2004
Changing the Channel
A Special Report on Television
The Economist Joel Budd April 29, 2010
Chaos in Middle East requires action on energy independence
Richmond Times-Dispatch Scott S. Powell June 30, 2014
Chapman Offers Insight to Leaders
Monmouth Daily Review Atlas Leanne Moore October 19, 2010
Chapman Shares 2010 Census Concerns
AM-WTOP Discovery Staff April 2, 2009
Character Is Not an Issue (No, Of Course Not!)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 17, 1996
Charge! Carmakers Are Shifting Toward Electric Vehicles; Policy-makers Must Do Their Part, Too.
The Economist Opinion Staff September 3, 2009
Charging Infrastructure In Short Supply
Wall Street Journal Rebecca Smith August 6, 2009
Charging Uphill: The Art Of Selling The Electric Car
New York Times, ClimateWire John J. Fialka July 13, 2009
Charity Is an Individual Responsibility
The Forward David Klinghoffer July 18, 2007
Charles Darwin: A Short Biography
Discovery Institute Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
Charlie Gard and the Age of "Do Harm" Medicine
National Catholic Register Wesley J. Smith July 11, 2017
Charter-school fans optimistic
Seattle Times David Ammons March 25, 2003
Chasing Corporations Out Of The U.S.
Investor's Business Daily Bob Herbold November 16, 2009
Cherry Point cargo terminal could help fund rail upgrades, planners say
The Bellingham Herald John Stark August 11, 2011
Child Abuse Often Erroneously Diagnosed
Jewish World Review Drs. Michael A. Glueck & Robert J. Cihak March 7, 2008
Chimp Deal:
Money Headed to the Wrong Kingdom
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 16, 2003
Chimpanzee Liberation?
National Review Wesley J Smith August 15, 2019
China Is Eager to Bring High-Speed Rail Expertise to the U.S.
The New York Times Keith Bradsher April 7, 2010
China Rising
First Things Wesley J. Smith December 9, 2016
China Steps Into Brave New World
To The Source Wesley J. Smith May 7, 2015
China's Strategic Direction
RealClearPolitics James J. Na April 15, 2005
Chinese 'Hackers' Is a Misnomer. They're Spies.
The U.S. is under cyber attack from a hostile regime. Forceful American digital counterattacks are in order.
Wall Street Journal John Wohlstetter March 12, 2013
Choice Passenger-Ferry Routes Shouldn't Be Privatized
Op-Ed
The Seattle Times Sen. Ed Murray May 12, 2005
Choking Broadband
Forbes George Gilder and Bret Swanson September 16, 2002
Choosing Our Wars
National Review Online John R. Miller July 4, 2011
Choosing the Chosen People
NRO Kathryn Jean Lopez July 30, 2009
Choosing to Weave into the Fabric of America
The Seattle Times James J. Na December 12, 2005
Christian Longo’s Latest Con
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith March 8, 2011
Christian Persecution Worldwide
A historic rise just in time for Christmas
The American Spectator Bruce Chapman December 15, 2013
Christianity Challenges the University
Eternity Stephen C. Meyer May 1, 1985
Christianity's Fertile Roots
Claremont Institute David Klinghoffer July 12, 2007
Christmas in the White House - Seven Decades Ago
discoveryblog.org Bruce Chapman December 24, 2008
Church Without State
Policy Review John G. West March 1, 1996
Churches Shouldn't Buy into Darwinists' Ploy
Yale Daily News Jonathan Wells January 29, 2007
Churches and Other Groups Co-Hosting “Science and Faith” Simulcast on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014
Discovery Institute Staff September 9, 2014
Cicero on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Cicero May 1, 2009
Cities Debate Privatizing Public Infrastructure
New York Times Jenny Anderson August 27, 2008
Cities Encourage Commuters to Take to the Water
The Wall Street Journal Jennifer Saranow September 5, 2006
Cities Eye Railway Corridor
Seattle Times Eastside Bureau Natalie Singer June 25, 2004
Citizen Slade
Puget Sound Business Journal Greg Lamm April 30, 2010
Citizen-Soldiery Our Only Affordable Means of Defense
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Philip Gold October 7, 1998
Citizens Committee Takes Its First Look At Bridge-Toll Equity
The Kitsap Sun Jay Patrick July 20, 2006
Citizens Have Right to Present Proposed Evolution Policy at School Board Meetings
Quality Science Education for All Larry Caldwell October 26, 2005
City Council Against Repeal of Gas Tax
Walla Walla Union-Bullitin Kathy Korengel October 13, 2005
City Plugs In To Hybrid Car Trend
Toronto Star Tyler Hamilton May 24, 2007
City To Sign Deal Soon For Viaduct-replacement Tunnel
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom October 5, 2009
City officials take issue with businessman's vision of tasting train through Kirkland
Kirkland Reporter Raechel Dawsaon February 27, 2013
City, County, Port To Run Year-Long Test Of PHEVs
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff October 25, 2007
City, County, State Agree To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
Seattle Times Andrew Garber, Mike Lindblom, Emily Heffter January 12, 2009
Civic Leadership Group Calls for Prioritizing Viaduct and Evergreen Point Bridge
Discovery Institute Staff December 14, 2004
Civility Lite: Civil — Yet Robust — Discourse
Pajamas Media John Wohlstetter January 18, 2011
Civilization Clash: It's Envy, Not Religion
Forbes Rich Karlgaard September 28, 2009
Civilization versus barbarism
Obama has failed to promote a moral imperative against ISIS
The Washington Times Scott S. Powell August 8, 2014
Claire Berlinski Interviewed on National Review's Uncommon Knowledge
National Review Online Discovery Staff September 27, 2010
Clarify, simplify, tell us your plans
The Seattle Times James Vesely March 21, 2004
Clarifying the Issues in the Texas Textbook Controversy
Q&A about Discovery Institute and Intelligent Design Discovery Staff July 10, 2003
Cleaning Kevin's Clock:
White House Wakes Up, Telecom Shakes Up
The Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter July 12, 2004
Cleaning Up At The Ports Of Los Angeles And Long Beach
Los Angeles Times Ronald T. White August 23, 2009
Climate At Top Of Agenda For Schwarzenegger's Vancouver Visit
The Province CanWest News Services May 27, 2007
Climate Bill Is Too Complex
(Carbon Tax Favored Over Cap-And-Trade)
Philadelphia Inquirer Marshall Saunders September 1, 2009
Climategate Recalls Attacks on Darwin Doubters
Human Events Stephen C. Meyer December 22, 2009
Clinton Risks Leading Us Into Quagmire of 'Vietnam II'
Bruce Chapman December 1, 1995
Clinton's Afghan Triumph?
Washington Times Philip Gold February 12, 2002
Clinton-Gatsby
Washington Times Philip Gold March 25, 2001
Clone the French!
Don’t worry: Just their cloning law.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith July 15, 2004
Clone the Taxpayers
Watch out. You may soon be paying for cloning research that the private sector won't.
Forbes Wesley J. Smith March 15, 2004
Clones and Rael-Politik:
The Jack Kevorkians of the Cloning Debate Weigh in
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 13, 2003
Cloning Corporate Welfare
The Biotech Industry Wants Your Money
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 29, 2004
Cloning Doubletalk:
Dianne Feinstein and Orin Hatch pretend that their bill to legalize human cloning is actually a ban.
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith March 26, 2007
Cloning Reality
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 31, 2001
Cloning and Congress:
No Ban Is Better Than a Phony Ban
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith July 1, 2002
Cloning and the First State
With a dishonest bill pending, Delaware looks to join New Jersey as a haven for human cloning
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 16, 2004
Cloning for California?
A money grab for human-cloning research.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith May 6, 2004
Cloning in New Jersey
New Jersey Assembly Bill 2840 looks to be the most radical human cloning measure ever put into law. It should be stopped.
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 11, 2003
Close Look: Biofuels - Port Of Vancouver Turns To Alternative Energy
The Columbian Kathie Durbin May 19, 2006
Close the Mint?
Washington Times Richard Rahn September 26, 2002
Closing In on Cloning
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith January 1, 2015
Coal exports could block passenger-rail expansion
Crosscut Floyd McKay May 8, 2012
Coalition Aims To Raise Funds To Replace Viaduct
The Seattle Times Jane Hodges March 21, 2004
Coalition Opposes "Network Neutrality"
Discovery Institute Staff September 6, 2006
Coalition Opposes Net Neutrality
Discovery Institute Staff May 6, 2006
Coast Guard Gets Ferry Security Plan
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Kery Murakami December 31, 2003
Cobb County (Georgia) School Board Promotes Academic Freedom, Not Religion
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture September 26, 2002
Cobb County Clarifies:
An Open Letter To The NCSE
Parents for Truth in Education Larry Taylor March 20, 2003
Cobb County Policy On Objective Origins Science
Cobb County, Georgia [Atlanta] Cobb County Board of Education September 26, 2002
Cobb County Teacher Guidelines:
Implementing the Board Policy on Origins Science
Cobb County, Georgia [Atlanta] Cobb County Board Of Education January 8, 2003
Cobb County Trial Ruling Thrown Out
Federal U.S. Appeals Court Decision To Throw Out Judge's Ruling Against Evolution Disclaimers on Textbooks Applauded by Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute Staff May 25, 2006
Cold War Deserves its Own Monument and Museum
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 19, 1997
Collapsing Venezuela
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn January 22, 2007
Collins Appointment May Stir Unexpected Controversy
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman July 8, 2009
Collins Heads NIH
To The Source Wesley J. Smith July 30, 2009
Columbia River Crossing: A Bridge To The Future
The Oregonian Matt Rosenberg, Bruce Agnew June 29, 2008
Columbus Day is an opportunity to celebrate the virtues of the explorer
Dallas News Scott S. Powell October 6, 2017
Columbus Day: A celebration of character
Sun Sentinel Scott S. Powell October 9, 2017
Column: Columbus Day celebrates character
The Detroit News Scott S. Powell October 8, 2017
Column: Fondly remembering Grandpa's taxes
USA Today Michael Medved November 27, 2012
Column: Reformation’s lessons for today
The Detroit News Scott S. Powell October 31, 2017
Columnist at Austin Chronicle Offers Poorly Designed Arguments
Discovery Institute Francis J. Beckwith July 30, 2003
Combat Terrorists, But Don't Kill the Internet
The Aspen Times Hance Haney August 31, 2010
Comcast and Netflix Show The Way
Voluntary content deal demonstrates the uselessness of set-top box regulation
Medium Hance Haney September 20, 2016
Comcast’s Terabyte Experiment
Medium Hance Haney April 27, 2016
Comey & the reset button on honesty in government
Pittsburgh Tribune Review Scott S. Powell June 9, 2016
Coming Back From Canada? Brace For Life In The Slow Lane
Seattle Times Kristin Jackson October 19, 2007
Coming Battle to Restore Iraq's Economy
Washington Times Richard Rahn April 9, 2003
Coming Next, an Obama-Corps for America’s Youth
The elitists meeting in Aspen are concocting their latest effort at social engineering.
American Spectator Bruce Chapman June 25, 2013
Coming Soon to a Hospital Near You
‘Futile-Care’ and the Culture of Death
BreakPoint Charles Colson January 14, 2003
Comment on 3/2/04 DC Court Ruling
Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter March 3, 2004
Commentary: Cascadia's future in the spotlight
NA Eugene Mayor Jim Torrey January 1, 2000
Commentary: Cascadia's future in the spotlight
Eugene Register Guard Eugene Mayor Jim Torrey and Sen. Susan Castillo September 25, 2000
Comments on Ken Miller's Reply to My Essays
Discovery Institute Michael J. Behe January 8, 2001
Comments on the FCC's Proposal to Reform Cable Franchising
Discovery Institute Hance Haney February 13, 2006
Commerce Secretary Stresses Need to Address Immigration
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Brad Wong August 23, 2006
Common Ground in the Uncommon Apologetic of Chesterton and Lewis
Department of Philosophy and Religion, Taylor University J. Daryl Charles July 1, 1998
Communication Gap:
Eurotalk vs. Ameritalk
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 24, 2003
Community Leaders Make Pitch for Commuter Rail
The Everett Herald Lukas Velush April 1, 2004
Commuter Rail Sought For Snohomish-Bellevue Route
Everett Herald Lukas Velush January 28, 2008
Commuters May Get More Options
TRANSPORTATION: More people crossing county lines regularly
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen December 10, 2004
Companies Should Take Lead On Transit For Workers
Hartford Courant Nicholas Caruso January 13, 2008
Compassionate or Callous?
Assisted suicide undermines our essential humanity.
National Review Wesley J. Smith June 17, 2004
Compute Your Way Through Traffic
Forbes Jon Bruner October 10, 2008
Concerning First Origins
The Quantum Enigma Wolfgang Smith January 1, 1995
Condi Challenges "Old Diplomacy"
RealClearPolitics James J. Na January 27, 2006
Conference Lifts Chamber Manager On Passenger Ferry
Peninsula Daily News Jeff Chew May 9, 2008
Conference to promote high-speed rail in NW
The Statesman Journal Peter Wong September 18, 2010
Confessions of A Skeptic
The Harvard Crimson Richard Halvorson April 7, 2003
Confessions of a Marine Corps Sensitivity Trainer
Law & Politics Philip Gold November 1, 2000
Conflating Matter and Mind
A response
Pespectives on Science and the Christian Faith 43, no. 2 William A. Dembski April 1, 1991
Confusing Control and Security
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn March 28, 2005
Congestion Fixes Will Require Hard Decisions
King County Journal Editorial Staff February 27, 2005
Congestion Plan Returns As Bridge Tolls
New York Daily News Peter Donohue April 19, 2008
Congestion Pricing - What It Isn't
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey April 10, 2008
Congestion Pricing Is Coming
Washington Post Micheal Replogle April 22, 2008
Congestion Pricing: The Only Thing That Works
Los Angeles Times Peter Gordon June 15, 2009
Congo: Fact and Fiction
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn June 18, 2006
Congress Begins Grappling With New Surface Transportation Funding Bill
Cascadia Center Various August 10, 2009
Congress Has Bad Record Tethering Its Pet Monsters
The Wall Street Journal Richard Rahn April 15, 2004
Congress Looks To Infrastructure Funding For Economic Boost
E&E Daily Josh Voorhees May 6, 2008
Congress Passes Landmark Slavery Act
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute December 12, 2008
Congress Should Pass the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act
National Review Wesley J. Smith September 27, 2019
Congress Should Seek Out Sources of Worsening Military Morale
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 7, 1996
Congress Urges Teaching of Diverse Views on Evolution, but Darwinists Try to Deny It
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture December 28, 2001
Congress is on a Health-Reform Path that will Raise Premiums
The Seattle Times Slade Gorton November 15, 2009
Congress to Classroom:
John Miller Joins Faculty of NW Yeshiva High School
Mercer Island (WA) Reporter Stephen Weigand September 25, 2002
Congressional Investigation Confirms Discrimination against Smithsonian Scientist Critical of Darwinian Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff December 18, 2006
Congressional Testimony on Telecommuting and the Family and Medical Leave Act
Discovery Institute John Niles February 5, 2003
Connect the Dots Between Scientism and Government Spending
Add up the Human and Financial Costs
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 4, 2010
Connecting Hitler and Darwin
Human Events David Berlinski April 18, 2008
Connecting Oregon
The Slow Road to Rapid Communications, 1843–2009
Oregon Historical Quarterly Frank Dillow July 1, 2010
Connecting the Dots:
Sanctity of Life Threatened on Many Fronts
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 24, 2003
Conscripting Doctors
Do Harm--Or Else
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 17, 2016
Consent of the Governed
The Washington Times Richard Rahn September 23, 2004
Conservation Biology
A Species' Fate, By the Numbers
Science, Volume 284, Number 5411, 2 Apr 1999, pp 36 - 37 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer April 2, 1999
Conservative Coalition Sends Letter on Telecom
Discovery Institute Staff March 31, 2006
Conservative Think Tank "Discovers" Importance of 7th Amendment Right to Civil Jury Trial
Injury Board Andrew Cochran November 30, 2011
Conservatives Restive About Bush Policies: Fresh Initiatives Sought on Iraq, Domestic Issues
The Washington Post Dana Milbank and Jonathan Weisman May 10, 2004
Consortium On Verge Of Owning Eastside Railway Land
Seattle Times Keith Ervin November 7, 2009
Constitution Day is Our Most Important Forgotten Holiday
Richmond Times-Dispatch Scott S. Powell September 15, 2018
Constitution Day, The Most Instructive Holiday of 2018
Colorado Springs Gazette Scott S. Powell September 15, 2018
Constitutional Scholar Supports Teaching the Controversy
Other Voices - Darwin under fire (again): Intelligent design vs. evolution
Missouri Valley Times Charles C. Haynes, First Amendment Center Senior Scholar December 16, 2004
Constructive Revenge
The Washington Times Richard Rahn March 20, 2003
Consumer Advocates Fear Corporate 'Fiefdoms' and a Class-Based Internet
oneworld.net Niko Kyriakou January 20, 2006
Consumer's Guide to a Brave New World
Encounter Books Smith, Wesley J. January 1, 2004
Contesting science's anti-religious bias
The Washington Times Larry Witham December 29, 1999
Controlling the Census: The Obama Administration's Power Grab
Human Events Martha Zoller February 12, 2009
Controlling the Internet
Net neutrality regulation is still a bad idea.
The Stream Hance Haney February 24, 2015
Controversial Board Set to Cut Medicare Payments
The Heartland Institute Kenneth Artz and Benjamin Domenech May 11, 2011
Controversial Editor Backed
Washington Post Michael Powell August 19, 2005
Controversy over life's origins
Students should learn to assess competing theories
San Francisco Chronicle Stephen C. Meyer, John Angus Campbell December 9, 2004
Converging Trends Demand a Clear US Foreign Policy
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 31, 1997
Conversion of a Darwinist:
Rational Principles and Empirical Evidence Challenge Materialism
Human Events Joseph A. D'Agostino, Assoc. Editor, Human Events June 16, 2000
Converting Matter into Mind:
Alchemy and the Philosopher's Stone in Cognitive Science
Perspectives on Science and the Christian Faith 42, no. 4 William A. Dembski October 1, 1990
Copenhagen Was a Flop
DiscoveryNews.org Staff January 1, 2009
Copernicus Stages A Comeback
Discovery Institute David Berlinski September 27, 2005
Coping with the Political Pain of Early Onset SDD
The Stream Bruce Chapman May 13, 2015
Cordon Blues: New York Is No Indicator Of Tolling's Future
Crosscut Matt Rosenberg April 13, 2008
Corker Bill is Still Best Hope Against Bad Iran Deal
The Stream Bruce Chapman April 26, 2015
Correspondence with Science Journals:
Response to critics concerning peer-review
Discovery Institute Michael J. Behe August 2, 2000
Cost-Effective Warfare?
Washington Times Richard W. Rahn April 14, 2006
Costlier Gas, New Hybrids Spur More To Go Green
Seattle Times AP April 21, 2008
Could Plug-in Cars End The Age Of Oil?
Crosscut David Brewster May 10, 2007
Could Pope Francis's US visit change his mind about capitalism?
Fox News Jay W. Richards September 22, 2015
Could Snowdrifts Bury Prime Minister Brown?
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 6, 2010
Coulterian Contempt
A Magnificently Unapologetic Lady.
National Review David Klinghoffer June 13, 2006
Council Says Toll 520, I-90 In 2010
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell August 13, 2008
Council asks for delay of depot demolition
The Northern Light Jeremy Schwartz October 12, 2011
Counties To Take Control Of Vashon Ferries
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore March 10, 2006
County Connector Provides More Than 200 Rides Per Day Between Whatcom and Skagit Counties
Press Release Maureen Camadona December 7, 2005
County Council OKs Eastside Rail With Trail
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts May 6, 2008
County Foot-Ferry Tax Proposed
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff October 16, 2007
County OKs Permit For Kingston Foot Ferry Dock
Kitsap Sun Niki King October 26, 2004
County Residents Prepare to "Ride the Wave"
North Kitsap Herald Tiffany Royal September 11, 2003
County Steps In To Keep Ferry Riders Connected
Seattle Times Editorial Board July 5, 2008
Couple Remains Relentless in Fight for Charter Schools
Seattle Times Linda Shaw June 9, 2003
Court Rejects Review of Cable Broadband Ruling
Reuters Reuters April 1, 2004
Court defends free speech, not 'schoolhouses of worship'
The Seattle Times John G. West June 22, 2001
Crapo On Amtrak Numbers
Idaho State Journal Staff October 4, 2009
Creating a Disposable Caste?
Discovery Institute Wesley Smith February 22, 2006
Creation is a Revelation of God’s Presence
Text of Pope Benedict's Wednesday Address
National Catholic Register Pope Benedict XVI November 20, 2005
Creation, life and intelligent design
A Letter to the Editor
The Times (UK) Jonathan Witt December 22, 2004
Crime In Our Streets
Discoveryblog.org Bruce Chapman August 2, 2007
Crime and the Nanny State
American Spectator Jonathan Witt April 30, 2013
Criminalizing Prosperity
To The Source Wesley J. Smith April 19, 2012
Critic Says NPR's Pro-Evolution Bias Censors Opposition
Agape Press Jim Brown June 3, 2004
Critical Thinking, Analysis Foster Good Science
The Tennessean Robin Zimmer March 11, 2011
Critics Rave Over Icons of Evolution:
A Response to Published Reviews
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells June 12, 2002
Critics Want More Facts, While Darwinists Push Their Faith
Human Events Jonathan Wells October 1, 2001
Cross-border Passenger Rail Upgrades Sought On West Coast
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Shane Woodford May 25, 2009
Crossing The Lake Into The Future
The Seattle Times Editorial Page James Vesely April 18, 2004
Crowd Of 200 Calls For A Safer U.S. 2
Everett Herald Yoshiaki Nohara April 19, 2006
Crowds Heed Amtrak's 'All Aboard'
Improved Service, Air Woes Lure Travelers in Northeast; Long Hauls Still Suffer
Wall Street Journal Daniel Machalaba August 23, 2007
Cruel and Unusual Death with Dignity
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 27, 2014
Crumbling Icons
Boundless Mark Hartwig December 7, 2000
Cuba 1962 and Iran 2010
Will There be a Mideast Nuclear Castro?
The American Spectator John Wolhstetter June 15, 2010
Cuba Problems are Same, Possibilities New
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman March 15, 2012
Culture of Death
The Assault on Medical Ethics in America
Encounter Books Smith, Wesley J. January 1, 2000
Curbing the Appetite for Spending
Washington Times Richard Rahn October 17, 2003
Curiosity Won't Kill Science Classes
THE SCIENTIST Richard Gallagher March 28, 2005
Curiosity Won't Kill Science Classes
The Scientist Richard Gallagher March 28, 2005
Curious Case of Somaliland
The Washington Times Richard Rahn January 6, 2005
Curious Krauss Quotes:
An Open Letter to The New York Times
Discovery Institute Mark Edwards April 24, 2000
Currency of the Founders
The Washington Times Jay Richards and James Robison February 17, 2012
Currency trading is in chaos — it's time to reconsider the gold standard
Dallas Morning News George Gilder January 1, 2017
Cyber Jam
The Times of India Editorial May 5, 2009
DI Fellow Wesley J. Smith Appears on WBAI, New York
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 21, 2008
DNA Trash Talk
Questions for Jonathan Wells on The Myth of Junk DNA
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin September 19, 2011
DNA and Other Designs
First Things 102 Stephen C. Meyer April 1, 2000
DNA and the Origin of Life:
Information, Specification, and Explanation
Darwinism, Design, and Public Education Stephen C. Meyer June 30, 2007
DOT On 520 Project: "The Sooner The Better"
The Seattle Times Karen Gaudette April 26, 2005
Daily Toll Calculated For I-5 Bridge
The Oregonian Dylan Rivera January 23, 2008
Dallas Darwin vs. Design Controversy
Discovery Institute Staff April 18, 2007
Damage Control at the AAAS
Research News William A. Dembski February 14, 2003
Dame Cecily Saunders
The Mother Of Modern Hospice Care Passes On.
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith July 19, 2005
Danger Zone:
Even though Haleigh Poutre is conscious, she’s not necessarily safe.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 1, 2006
Danger: Indoctrination
A Scopes Trial for the '90s
The Wall Street Journal Stephen C. Meyer December 6, 1993
Dangerous Apathy
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith August 10, 2015
Dangerous Delusions Corrode our Medical Services
Newsmax.com Robert J. Cihak, M.D., and Michael Arnold Glueck, M.D., The Medicine Men April 14, 2005
Daniel Dennett: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
DarCon
DI Staff January 1, 1996
Darwin Cartoon
Colorado Springs Gazette Chuck Asay August 6, 2002
Darwin Day and the New Campaign to Inject Religion into Public Schools
Discovery Institute John West February 12, 2008
Darwin Day in America
How Our Politics and Culture Have Been Dehumanized in the Name of Science
Intercollegiate Studies Institute John G. West November 6, 2007
Darwin Foes Add Warming to Targets
The New York Times Leslie Kaufman March 4, 2010
Darwin Himself Argued for Critical Evaluation
The Commercial Appeal John Angus Campbell & Stephen C. Meyer April 19, 2005
Darwin Nietzsche, and Hitler: Evolution of the Übermensch
Human Events Benjamin Wiker May 13, 2008
Darwin On Trial
InterVarsity Press Johnson, Phillip E. January 1, 1991
Darwin Strikes Back
Defending the Science of Intelligent Design
Baker Books Thomas Woodward December 1, 2006
Darwin This
Jews clash over the intelligence of intelligent design
Miami New Times Mariah Blake December 29, 2005
Darwin Under the Microscope
The New York Times Michael J. Behe October 29, 1996
Darwin Would Love This Debate
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Stephen C. Meyer June 10, 2002
Darwin and Hitler: In Their Own Words
HumanEvents.com Benjamin Wiker May 5, 2008
Darwin and the Descent of Morality
First Things Benjamin Wiker November 1, 2001
Darwin and the Nazis
The American Spectator Richard Weikart April 16, 2008
Darwin in the Classroom:
Ohio Allows Alternative
National Review Online John G. West December 17, 2002
Darwin in the Dock
Touchstone Magazine Stephen C. Meyer March 31, 2001
Darwin is a Problem for Jews
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer April 18, 2006
Darwin of the Gaps
Review of The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief by Francis S. Collins
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells March 26, 2008
Darwin vs. Design Conferences
Discovery Institute Staff January 15, 2007
Darwin’s Black Box Celebrates New 10th Anniversary Edition
Discovery Institute Staff September 11, 2006
Darwin’s Divisions
The Pope, the Cardinal, the Jesuit & the Evolving Debate About Origins
Touchstone Magazine Martin Hilbert June 1, 2006
Darwin’s Jews
The Jewish Week David Klinghoffer February 24, 2006
Darwin’s Public Defenders
WorldNetDaily.com Stephen C. Meyer September 28, 2001
Darwin's Birth Day
Amazon.com Geoffrey Simmons February 11, 2009
Darwin's Black Box
The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
Free Press Behe, Michael August 2, 1996
Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemistry of the Cell
Leadership U Dr. Ray Bohlin April 1, 1997
Darwin's Compost
American Thinker George Neumayr August 4, 2005
Darwin's Conservatives
The Misguided Quest
Discovery Institute Press West, John G. October 16, 2006
Darwin's Critics Are No Bigots, in Contrast to Certain Darwinists
Giuseppe Sermonti Giuseppe Sermonti October 19, 2005
Darwin's Defenders Deny Life's Evident Design
The Church Report Stephen C. Meyer October 23, 2009
Darwin's Dilemma Los Angeles Premiere Will Mark 150th Anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species with Focus on Controversy over Evolution and Intelligent Design
American Freedom Alliance American Freedom Alliance October 1, 2009
Darwin's Doubt
The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design
Harper One Stephen C. Meyer June 18, 2013
Darwin's God
Evolution and the Problem of Evil
Brazos Press Hunter, Cornelius G. June 1, 2002
Darwin's Heretic Audio Clip
Staff Staff January 3, 1990
Darwin's Hostages:
A decision in Kansas to question evolution dogma has given rise to hysteria and intolerance
American Spectator Michael J. Behe December 1, 1999
Darwin's Straw God Argument
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells December 31, 2008
Darwin's Theory and Social Darwinism: There Is A Connection
Discovery Institute John G. West May 1, 2009
Darwin's dirty secret
Review of A Natural History of Rape by Randy Thornhill and Craig Palmer
World Nancy Pearcey March 25, 2000
Darwin's theory has weaknesses; teach them, too
The News Chief David Gornoski December 14, 2007
Darwin, Design, and Public Education -- New Book Examines the Scientific Evidence for Intelligent Design and Advocates Teaching Both Darwinism and Design to Improve Science Education
Discovery Institute Staff January 8, 2004
Darwin, Intelligent Design, and Freedom of Discovery on Evolutionists' Holy Day
U.S. News & World Report Casey Luskin February 10, 2009
Darwin-only Challenger Claims Libel
Worldnetdaily.com Worldnetdaily.com April 23, 2005
Darwin-only Crowd Desperately Rejects Any Competing theory
The News Tribune Jonathan Witt August 14, 2005
Darwinian Dictates
WORLD Magazine Casey Luskin August 23, 2013
Darwinian Struggle
Is there a place in evolutionary theory for the hand of God?
TIME Magazine Robert Wright March 3, 2002
Darwinians Hysterical Over "Expelled"
www.wnd.com Phyllis Schlafly May 2, 2008
Darwinism Critics Have Viable View
San Angelo Standard Times Francis J. Beckwith August 18, 2003
Darwinism Defeated?
The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate on Biological Origins
Regent College Publishing Johnson, Phillip and Lamoureux, Denis September 1, 1999
Darwinism and Conservatism: Friends or Foes?
AEI Debate on Darwinism & Conservatism
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Stephen Hayward, Moderator May 3, 2007
Darwinism and Design
The Washington Post Jay W. Richards August 21, 1999
Darwinism and Materialism: They Sink or Swim Together
American Spectator Tom Bethell September 18, 2013
Darwinism and the Argument to Design
Dialogue & Alliance 4, no. 4 Jonathan Wells January 1, 1991
Darwinism at AEI
American Spectator Tom Bethell July 1, 2007
Darwinism in Denial?
Washington Times Philip Gold August 23, 2001
Darwinism is Beside the Point
Philadelphia Daily News Dr. Philip S. Skell February 13, 2006
Darwinism's Predictable Defenders:
A Critique of Scott & Branch's "Guest Viewpoint: 'Intelligent Design' Not Accepted by Most Scientists"
Discovery Institute William A Dembski July 24, 2002
Darwinism, Design, and Public Education
Michigan State University Press Campbell, John Angus and Meyer, Stephen C. January 1, 2003
Darwinism: Science or Philosophy
Foundation for Thought and Ethics Buell, Jon and Hearn, Virginia January 1, 1994
Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?
News Blaze Ben Stein February 28, 2008
Darwinismanddesign.com Website Goes Online: Download Sample Chapters From "Darwinism, Design, and Public Education"
Discovery Institute Staff February 5, 2004
Darwinist Dawkins Ducks NPR Debate With Gilder
Discovery Institute Staff August 10, 2005
Darwinist Ideologues Are on the Run
Human Events Allan H. Ryskind January 31, 2006
Darwinists Bully Ohio School Board into Censoring Teaching of Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff February 14, 2006
Darwinists Eager to Avoid Debate
Atlanta Journal Constitution Larry Taylor February 2, 2004
Darwinists Impose Gag Rule on Science
Try to Thwart Intellectual Freedom
Discovery Institute Staff September 8, 2004
Darwinists Snub Kansas, Refuse to Answer Questions About Scientific Problems with Evolutionary Theory
Discovery Institute Staff May 12, 2005
Darwinists Take a Look in the Mirror
Waco Tribune-Herald John G. West July 25, 2005
Darwinists in denial?
OneNewsNow Pete Chagnon October 10, 2008
Darwinists, Moral Relativism, and Hitler
The Church Report Richard Weikart December 7, 2009
Darwin’s Dilemma: Evolutionary Elite Choose Censorship over Scientific Debate
CNSNews.com Casey Luskin October 14, 2009
Darwin’s Doubt
Townhall.com Frank Turek July 9, 2013
Darwin’s Poisoned Tree: Atheistic Advocacy and the Constitutionality of Teaching Evolution in Public Schools
Trinity Law Review Casey Luskin March 1, 2016
Darwin’s Sacred Cause Offers Little New and Nothing of Importance
Discovery Institute Michael A. Flannery April 8, 2010
Darwin’s Views on Morality
Discovery Institute Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
Data Tidal Wave?
Philadelphia Inquirer Bob Fernandez March 23, 2008
Dave Earling: Diverse Civic, Political Career Leads to Mayor of Edmonds
Edmonds Patch Brian Soergel November 28, 2011
Dave Ross/KIRO 710 Interviews Bruce Agnew On Eastside Rail
KIRO-AM 710 Dave Ross January 17, 2008
David Klinghoffer on Michael Medved
The Michael Medved Show David Klinghoffer December 19, 2005
Dawkins Refuses to Debate Intelligent Design Scholars
Christian Post Reporter Eric Young October 13, 2009
Dawkins and Darwin's Three-Ring Circus
A review of: The Greatest Show On Earth: The Evidence for Evolution
Christian Research Journal Jonathan Wells June 15, 2010
Day Pass For Border Only Partial Solution
The Bellingham Herald Editorial Board April 16, 2006
DeForrestation
Campus Report Online Malcolm A. Kline October 31, 2005
Dead Wrong, But Still Kicking
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 18, 2000
Deadly Medicine
The forgotten history of eugenics
WorldNetDaily Logan Paul Gage April 4, 2007
Deadly Trend
Breakpoint Chuck Colson March 14, 2008
Deal Paves Way for Second Train to B.C.
The Seattle Times Seattle Times Staff March 2, 2007
Dear Washington state: Don't follow California's tax model
Crosscut Christopher Rufo March 19, 2018
Death Be Not Proud
Columbia Wesley J. Smith July 9, 2014
Death Duties
The role of religion in the rise of eugenics.
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith July 26, 2004
Death Panels May Be Only Part of Obamacare to Die
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 23, 2017
Death Panels on Steroids
Daily Caller Rita Marker and Wesley J. Smith July 25, 2012
Death Plays the Name Game
Euthanasia organizations reorganize to make their goal sound better. Again.
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith August 16, 2004
Death With Aesthetics
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 14, 2014
Death by Ethics Committee
Refusing To Treat Lives Deemed Unworthy of Living.
National Review Wesley J. Smith April 27, 2006
Death on Demand
The assisted-suicide movement sheds its fig leaf.
The Daily Standard Wesley J. Smith July 5, 2007
Death on Demand
First Things Wesley J. Smith February 8, 2007
Death stars
It looks as if most suns make a meal of their planets
New Scientist Robert Adler October 23, 1999
Debate Over Intelligent Design Ensnares a Journal
The New York Times Mark Oppenheimer May 13, 2011
Debate on Origins of Life: Meyer, Sternberg vs. Shermer Prothero
Streaming audio of the debate now available
Discovery Institute Staff December 15, 2009
Debate over biology is brewing
Express-News Gary Scharrer May 31, 2008
Debate, Evidence and Evolution
The Baton Rouge Advocate Judge Darrell White May 20, 2008
Debating Darwinism
Washington Times Editorial Board May 15, 1985
Debating Design
From Darwin to DNA
Cambridge University Press Dembski, William A. and Ruse, Michael July 12, 2004
Debating Design -- Cambridge University Press releases new volume on scientific debate between Darwinian evolution and intelligent design
Discovery Institute Staff August 20, 2004
Debating The Controversy That Doesn’t Exist
Discovery Institute Paul Nelson April 6, 2006
Debating the Controversy That Doesn't Exist
Discovery Institute Paul Nelson April 6, 2006
Debating the Future of Technology: Peter Thiel and George Gilder
Stanford Review Anthony Mainero March 3, 2012
Debt Ceiling Should Be More About Numbers Than Politics
San Diego Union Tribune Scott S. Powell January 18, 2013
Debt Ceiling Showdown: Republicans Should Make Democrats Bet the Company
The Daily Caller John Wohlstetter July 15, 2011
Debt ceiling theater of the absurd: Column
Government continues to kick financial worries down the road.
USA Today Scott S. Powell October 11, 2013
Debt-Driven Crisis Looms Ever Closer
Philadelphia Inquirer Scott S. Powell August 26, 2012
Debunking the Scopes 'Monkey Trial' Stereotype
4Truth.Net Science Edward Sisson May 1, 2009
Decision By November On Tax Boost For Foot Ferries
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange July 3, 2007
Declare Total Non-Cooperation with Assisted Suicide
First Things Wesley J. Smith April 29, 2016
Deconstructing Darwin
The Missourian John Heys February 24, 2002
Deconstructing Dawkins
Alister McGrath's Challenge of Famous Atheist Is Bracing But Does Not Go Far Enough
Christianity Today Logan Paul Gage February 1, 2008
Deep Bored Tunnel To Replace Alaskan Way Viaduct - Latest Information
Cascadia Center Various April 25, 2009
Deep-Bored Tunnel Chosen For Seattle: News Wrap-Up
Decision Made to Replace Aging Alaskan Way Viaduct
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Mike Wussow January 14, 2009
Deep-bore Tunnel Is Best Replacement Option
Yakima Herald-Republic Keith Mathews April 12, 2009
Deep-bore Tunnel Promises A Vibrant Future For Seattle’s Waterfront
Puget Sound Business Journal Alwyn Scott January 16, 2009
Deepening Darwin's Dilemma
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells September 16, 2009
Defeasible Reasoning, Special Pleading and the Cosmological Argument
Response to Graham Oppy
Robert C. Koons Robert C. Koons January 7, 2000
Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds
InterVarsity Press Johnson, Phillip E. July 1, 1997
Defeating Deflation
The Wall Street Journal Richard W. Rahn November 19, 2001
Defeating Terrorism Overseas and Civilization Jihad at Home
The American Thinker Scott S. Powell August 19, 2016
Defend Your Faith When It Is Blasphemed
The Forward David Klinghoffer April 20, 2007
Defenders Of The Evolutionary ‘Consensus’ Could Benefit From More Fact Checking
TheBlaze Casey Luskin August 27, 2014
Defending Faith & Learning:
Baylor University's Polanyi Center comes under fire from the university's faculty
Christianity Today.com John Wilson April 24, 2000
Defending Intelligent Design After Dover
The Washington, DC Examiner Patrick W. Gavin July 19, 2006
Defending the 21st Century
National Journal Diana West August 8, 2002
Defense Gets Back to Basics
The Washington Times Philip Gold November 19, 2001
Defense Writer Gold Got It Right Before 9/11
The Stranger Jeremy Lott May 30, 2002
Defining Doctors Down
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 10, 2017
Defining Life Down: An Interview with Author Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith March 28, 2001
Defining Torture Down
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 1, 2013
Dehydration Nation
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith February 25, 2004
Dehydration Nation
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith September 8, 2003
Deity Added
Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin October 16, 2012
Deliver Us From Chaos
World Magazine Marvin Olasky July 29, 2006
Deliver What They Want At A Price They'll Pay
Everett Herald Editorial Board December 2, 2007
Delusions of Grandeur
Review: The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions
Crisis Magazine Logan Paul Gage May 9, 2008
Delusions of Scientific Adequacy
The American Spectator Dan Peterson August 22, 2008
Demagoguery Dangers in Deutschland
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn May 20, 2005
Democracy's Highest Crime and Misdemeanor
Subverting the Electoral Process: Who Will Dare Prosecute the Ruling Class Responsible
The American Spectator Scott S. Powell January 31, 2018
Democrats Soak The Poor — And The Rich
Baltimore Examiner Logan Paul Gage December 10, 2007
Democrats are inviting trouble over education reform
One of the nation's biggest teachers' groups has just attacked Democrats for Education Reform. Is the party itself pushing people who want to improve schools into the Republican camp?
Crosscut Bruce Chapman April 26, 2013
Democrats’ Embryonic Stem Cell Strategy Hits Scientific Wall
The Daily Caller Neil Munro December 4, 2011
Demonstrators Give Birth to Brand New Left
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman December 1, 1999
Demoted Employee for NASA Mission Fights Discrimination
The Christian Post Nathan Black June 8, 2010
Dems Downplay Obama's Plan to Oversee 2010 Census
Fox News Fox News February 11, 2009
Deny, Deny, Deny
WorldNetDaily.com John G. West January 5, 2002
Denying Darwin: David Berlinski and Critics
Commentary Berlinski, et. al. September 1, 1996
Dependency or Death?
Wall Street Journal Wesley J. Smith February 25, 1999
Derbyshire Forgets What Makes Humans "Special"
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 2, 2006
Deregulate Cable Navigation Devices
Technology Liberation Front Hance Haney April 26, 2007
Deregulate Special Access Rates
Discovery Institute Hance Haney August 15, 2007
Design & the Discriminating Public:
Gaining a Hearing from Ordinary People
Touchstone Nancy Pearcey August 1, 1999
Design Interference:
William Dembski fired from Baylor's Intelligent Design center.
Christianity Today Tony Carnes December 4, 2000
Design Teams Come Up With 22 Ways to Redo Waterfront
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore April 6, 2004
Design Theory and its Critics:
Monologues Passing in the Night
Ars Disputandi Del Ratzsch January 1, 2002
Design Theory: Creationist dogma or evolutionary punk rock?
Some scientists collect 'evidence' to debunk Darwin
The Mail Tribune Melissa Martin June 29, 2002
Design as a Research Program
14 Questions to Ask About Design
Discovery Institute William A. Dembski June 13, 2000
Design flaw? A fired NASA employee says he was let go because of his belief in intelligent design
World Magazine Edward Lee Pitts February 16, 2011
Design for Living
The Basis for a Design Theory of Origins
The New York Times Michael Behe February 7, 2005
Design in the Bible and the Early Church Fathers
Discovery Institute Staff May 1, 2009
Design in the Details:
The Origin of Biomolecular Machines
Darwinism, Design and Public Education Michael J. Behe December 1, 2003
Design or Darwin?
Calgary Herald Joe Woodard August 28, 2005
Design vs. Darwin
ABCNEWS.com Amanda Onion April 1, 2002
Designed for Discovery
4Truth.Net Science Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards May 1, 2009
Designed for Living
The Wall Street Journal George Sim Johnston October 15, 1999
Designed to Fail
Washington Times Richard Rahn August 21, 2003
Designer Trees? I Say 'Humbug!' to These Fashion Zombies
Bruce Chapman December 15, 1995
Designers illustrate for a viaduct-free waterfront
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore November 12, 2003
Designs on Us
Conservatives on Darwin vs. ID
National Review Online David Klinghoffer August 3, 2005
Desperately Defending The Peppered Myth:
A Response to Bruce Grant
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells October 2, 2002
Despite Rhetoric In Vancouver Mayor's Race, Decisions On Tolls Lie Elsewhere
Oregonian Allan Brettman November 1, 2009
Destructive Government
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn June 16, 2005
Detecting Design in the Natural Sciences
4Truth.Net Science William A. Dembski May 1, 2009
Detecting Design?:
A First Response to Elliott Sober
Metaviews 167 William A. Dembski December 29, 1999
Dial '08 for terrorism
The Washington Times John C. Wohlstetter January 31, 2008
Dial 'M' for Morass
The Wall Street Journal WSJ Editors May 24, 2004
Dial-a-porn goes country
Guess who pays for it?
DC Examiner Logan Paul Gage July 17, 2007
Dick's Picks: Cheeseburgers, Shakes, and Citizen Interaction With Local Government
Spady may charge customers for ketchup, but he's footing the bill for this pilot project.
Seattle Weekly Aimee Curl September 26, 2007
Did 'Social Business' Sink the Cardboard Bike?
The Federalist Jonathan Witt June 9, 2014
Did Founding Father Thomas Jefferson Support Intelligent Design?
The Boston Globe Stephen C. Meyer July 15, 2009
Did Humans Descend from Monkeys?
Mannheimer Morgen Markus Günther May 10, 2006
Did Physics Kill God?
The American Jay W. Richards November 3, 2010
Difficult to Define Whose Suffering is Worthy of Death
Right-to-die bill can't preclude expansion to other ill people
San Francisco Chronicle Wesley J. Smith April 8, 2007
Digital Dark Horse Newspapers
Media Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Fairest of Us All?
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1993
Disabling Assisted Suicide
Why a deadly movement hasn't been contagious.
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith January 19, 2004
Disagreement On Toll Lanes Might Quash SR 167 Test
King County Journal Jeff Switzer December 4, 2003
Disappointing Delay To Local Ferry Plans
The Seattle Times Editorial April 28, 2005
Disbelieving Darwin--And Feeling No Shame!
Metaviews William A. Dembski March 16, 2000
Discerning Truth:
Iraq War and How Moral Ideas Affect Policy
Prolific Reporter (Seattle University) Seth Cooper October 7, 2002
Discerning Truth:
A Review of The Right Questions
The Prolific Reporter (Seattle U. School of Law) Seth Cooper April 7, 2003
Discerning Truth:
Intelligent Design Theory in Public Schools?
The Prolific Reporter (Seattle U. School of Law) Seth Cooper April 21, 2003
Discomfort for Foes... As Fans Grow
The Washington Times Richard Rahn May 15, 2003
Discontinued Amtrak Pioneer Could Make A Comeback
Seattle Times Associated Press January 28, 2008
Discovering Intelligent Design
A Journey Into the Scientific Evidence
Discovery Institute Press Kemper, Gary, Hallie Kemper, Casey Luskin May 22, 2013
Discovering John Rhys Davies
Crisis Magazine Mark Shea April 1, 2004
Discovery Blog Debuts
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman October 25, 2006
Discovery Board Member to Appear on CNNfn show
Discovery Institute Staff August 29, 2003
Discovery Calls Dover Evolution Policy Misguided, Calls For its Withdrawal
Discovery Institute Staff December 14, 2004
Discovery Fellow at White House Non-signing
Discovery Institute Staff July 20, 2006
Discovery Institute Announces 2009 Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences and Culture
Discovery Institute Staff January 30, 2009
Discovery Institute Announces 2013 Intelligent Design Summer Science Seminars
Applications being accepted through April 15, 2013
Discovery Institute Staff January 9, 2013
Discovery Institute Announces Academic Freedom Day Student Video and Essay Contest
One Grand Prize Winner will take home $500
Discovery Institute Staff November 12, 2008
Discovery Institute Applauds Kansas Scientists Proposing Science
Discovery Institute Staff December 21, 2004
Discovery Institute Bioethicist Lauds Breakthrough In Stem Cells Research That Eliminates Need For Human Cloning
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff November 19, 2007
Discovery Institute Co-Sponsors Debate on Darwin and Scientific Racism at African American History Museum
Discovery Institute Staff October 13, 2010
Discovery Institute Denounces University of Idaho’s Ban on Differing Views on Evolution as Unconstitutional
Discovery Institute Staff October 4, 2005
Discovery Institute Endorses Texas Freedom Network's Call for Sound Science and Teaching Evolution
Press Release Staff August 20, 2003
Discovery Institute Fellow Elected to Prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Discovery Institute Staff May 25, 2004
Discovery Institute Files Public Records Request in OSU Evolution Academic Freedom Case
Discovery Institute Staff July 11, 2005
Discovery Institute Has Put Over $4 Million Towards Scientific and Academic Research into Evolution and Intelligent Design in the Past Decade
Discovery Institute Staff October 5, 2006
Discovery Institute Honors Charles Darwin With Academic Freedom Day
Discovery Institute Staff February 4, 2009
Discovery Institute Honors Decade of Science with Anniversary Dinner Featuring Dr. Michael Behe
Discovery Institute Staff October 4, 2006
Discovery Institute Increasing Fastest Among Think Tanks in News Coverage, According to FAIR Media Report
Discovery Institute Staff June 15, 2006
Discovery Institute Names National Talk Show Host Michael Medved as Senior Fellow
Discovery Institute Staff November 15, 2007
Discovery Institute Opposes Proposed PA Bill on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff June 22, 2005
Discovery Institute Praises School District for Withdrawing Class Misrepresenting Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff January 17, 2006
Discovery Institute Says Comments by Kansas Science Standards Writing Committee Co-Chair About Evolution and Science Standards Are False and Misleading
Discovery Institute Staff August 1, 2005
Discovery Institute Scientists Will Showcase Evidence Challenging Darwinism at Knoxville Conference
Discovery Institute Staff February 19, 2007
Discovery Institute Statement on the Kansas Science Standards Situation
Discovery Institute Staff August 1, 2006
Discovery Institute Sues California Science Center for Suppressing Public Documents Showing Viewpoint Discrimination Against Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff December 2, 2009
Discovery Institute Tells Dover Judge Teaching About Intelligent Design is Constitutional
Discovery Institute Staff October 17, 2005
Discovery Institute Urges Federal Appeals Court to Overturn Evolution Textbook Sticker Decision
Discovery Institute Staff December 13, 2005
Discovery Institute Weighs In
Bitterroot Star (Montana) Seth L. Cooper January 21, 1985
Discovery Institute Welcomes Pope's Embrace of "Intelligent Project"
Discovery Institute Staff November 9, 2005
Discovery Institute fellow: EPA war on coal is unconstitutional
The Oklahoman Scott S. Powell June 18, 2014
Discovery Institute fellow: Keystone delay sends wrong message
The Oklahoman Scott S. Powell April 26, 2014
Discovery Institute fellow: TPP is about more than trade
NewsOK Scott S. Powell June 5, 2015
Discovery Institute fellow: The Protestant Reformation, 500 years on
News OK Scott S. Powell October 29, 2017
Discovery Institute's Position on Dover, PA "Intelligent Design" Case
It's about Free Speech, Not Church and State
Discovery Institute John G. West September 21, 2005
Discovery Institute's Science Education Policy
Discovery Institute Staff July 3, 2017
Discovery President Backs Bolton
Discovery Institute Staff April 18, 2005
Discovery President Bruce Chapman to appear on TV war panel
Discovery Institute Discovery staff April 3, 2003
Discovery Senior Fellow in "Best American Science Writing 2002"
Press Release Discovery Institute May 19, 2003
Discovery Senior Fellow on Boston NPR Show
Discovery Institute Staff July 1, 2003
Discovery Transportation Forum Predicts Public Policy on Traffic
Discovery Institute Staff June 24, 2003
Discovery Views - Summer 2010
Discovery Institute Staff June 22, 2010
Discovery board member to discuss charter schools on Seattle radio show
Discovery Institute Staff April 9, 2003
Discovery fellow Richard Rahn on CNBC tonight
Discovery Institute Staff April 14, 2003
Discrimination Lawsuit Filed against NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab for Harassing and Demoting Supporter of Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff April 15, 2010
Dishing Out Death at the Trade Table?
Washington Times Richard Rahn September 11, 2003
Dispensing with the Filibuster
The American Thinker Scott S. Powell June 17, 2017
Dissecting The Debate Over Seattle's Viaduct
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey August 25, 2004
Dissent of Man
A review of Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False, by Thomas Nagel and Darwin's Ghosts: The Secret History of Evolution, by Rebecca Stott
Claremont Review of Books John G. West August 12, 2013
Divided Senate OK's 9.5 Cent Rise In Gas Tax
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Ralph Thomas April 21, 2005
Do Car Engines Run on Lugnuts? A Response to Ken Miller & Judge Jones's Straw Tests of Irreducible Complexity for the Bacterial Flagellum
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin April 19, 2006
Do Cash Incentives Alter Driving Habits?
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne December 27, 2005
Do Centrioles Generate a Polar Ejection Force?
Rivista Biologia Jonathan Wells March 12, 2014
Do Data Retention Risks Outweigh the Rewards?
New Millennium Research Council Milestones Hance Haney June 22, 2007
Do Pets Go to Heaven?
Christianity Today Wesley J. Smith April 1, 2012
Do U.S. Scientists Have a Right to Perform Human Cloning?
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith October 3, 2004
Do We Need a National ID Card?
The Washington Times Richard Rahn December 22, 2004
Do You Bonobo?
Meet our make-love-not-war primates.
National Review Online Benjamin Wiker November 10, 2001
Do You Need Financial Privacy?
Washington Times Richard Rahn April 18, 2002
Do You Pass the Israel Test?
Prager University George Gilder June 30, 2014
Do intelligent design disclaimers on public school books violate the Constitution?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Shaunti Feldhahn October 30, 2005
Do peppered moths, in the wild, often settle on tree trunks?
An online exchange sponsored by Arthur S. Lodge
Arthur S. Lodge Jonathan Wells, Dave Thomas, Kim Johnson, Ian Musgrave January 1, 2000
Do the Laws of Physics Make God Unnecessary?
Oxford University professor will discuss God and Stephen Hawking Aug. 19th
Discovery Institute Staff August 2, 2011
Do we live on a "privileged" planet?
Astronomy Amy Combs December 1, 2004
Doctors Challenge Patient's Final Say On Right To Live
Times Online Alexandra Frean and Steve Bird May 16, 2005
Doctors Disappear
The Unaffordable Care Act comes through.
The American Spectator Jonathan Witt December 5, 2013
Doctors Doubt Darwinism
Newsmax.com Robert J. Cihak, M.D., and Michael Arnold Glueck, M.D., The Medicine Men June 1, 2005
Doctors of Death: Kaiser Solicits Its Doctors to Kill
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith August 19, 2002
Documentation of NPR Errors in Reporting on Teaching of Evolution
Discovery Institute John G. West, Robert Crowther June 1, 2004
Documents relating to school policy
Discovery Discovery January 1, 1985
Does "Intelligent Design" Threaten the Definition of Science?
National Geographic News John Roach April 27, 2005
Does “Freedom” Mean Freedom From Slavery?
A glaring omission.
National Review John R. Miller February 5, 2007
Does Assisted Suicide Cause Abuses?
MonstersandCritics.com Lisa Chun and Meghan A. O'Connell May 27, 2006
Does Challenging Darwin Create Constitutional Jeopardy? A Comprehensive Survey of Case Law Regarding the Teaching of Biological Origins
Hamline University Law Review Casey Luskin June 15, 2009
Does Darwinism Devalue Human Life?
The Human Life Review Richard Weikart March 1, 2004
Does Darwinism Support Traditional Morality?
Discovery Institute John G. West May 1, 2009
Does Evolution Even Have A Mechanism?
Address to the American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History William A. Dembski April 23, 2002
Does God Have a Place in Class?:
Intelligent Design Ignites Great Debate
Calgary Herald John Angus Campbell & Bill Marty August 28, 2005
Does Questioning Evolution Make You Anti-Science?
The Huffington Post Rabbi Shmuley Boteach September 1, 2011
Does Reason Need God?
National Catholic Register Peter A. Pagan-Aguiar, Ph.D November 27, 2005
Does Science Have a Magisterium?
The American Jay Richards December 9, 2009
Does Science Point to God? Part II:
The Christian Critics
Crisis Magazine Benjamin Wiker July 1, 2003
Does Science Point to God?:
The Intelligent Design Revolution
Crisis [Cover Story] Benjamin Wiker April 8, 2003
Does Seattle Have Enough Spark for Electric Cars?
Seattle PI.com John Stang August 31, 2009
Does WASL past the test?
The Seattle Times Dr. Patricia Lines September 15, 2000
Does it Have to be Europe versus NATO?
Seattle Times Philip Gold December 19, 2000
Does the U.S. Realize it's in Competition?
Puget Sound Business Journal Robert J. Herbold June 27, 2008
Dogmatic Signs
A Review of Signature in the Cell
Touchstone Magazine Phillip E. Johnson November 10, 2010
Dogs To Sniff Out Cars At Ferry Terminals
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Associated Press October 9, 2004
Doing the DNA dance
The Washington Times Robert J. Cihak and Michael Arnold Glueck August 8, 2000
Dole's "vision" may get clearer soon
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 19, 1996
Dominicans Try to Shut Down Film on Human Trafficking
Human Rights Foundation Staff June 29, 2007
Don’t Fear the Designer
Competing philosophies and beliefs.
National Review Online Tom Bethell December 1, 2005
Don't Blame Fundamentalists for Evolution Controversies
Alton (Ill.) Telegraph Mark Hartwig March 18, 2001
Don't Bury Streamlined Transportation Planning
Everett Herald Editorial March 29, 2007
Don't Doubt It
An important historic sidebar on Hitler and Darwin
National Review Online David Klinghoffer April 18, 2008
Don't Forget Africa During Black History Month
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 12, 1997
Don't Go Wobbly in Libya
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 18, 2011
Don't Kid Yourself, This Was A Biggie
Bruce Chapman November 13, 1994
Don't Kill the Pain Relief Bill
Wall Street Journal Wesley J. Smith November 4, 1999
Don't Let Congress Dodge the Immigration Issue
Puget Sound Business Journal Lincoln A. Vander Veen September 15, 2006
Don't Let Dogma Censor Teaching
Cincinnati Enquirer Benjamin Wiker March 7, 2004
Don't Look Now: Big Brothers are Watching
The NSA isn't the only agency watching us. The new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has the power to get your financial information - and share it with any government agency.
Crosscut Bruce Chapman July 9, 2013
Don't Ruin the Internet Revival
Gilder Technology Report Bret Swanson January 1, 2005
Don't Worry, Be Fortunate
Seattle Times James J. Na January 11, 2006
Don't Write Off Religion Just Yet
Globeandmail.com John Gray May 31, 2008
Don't question authority
Diverse probe into Darwinism is met with intolerance at Baptist Baylor
World Nancy Pearcey May 27, 2000
Don't take God out of the Classroom
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Louis P. Sheldon, The Associated Press February 16, 2001
Donald Trump has had one of the most successful starts of any new president in history
The Des Moines Register Scott S. Powell May 11, 2018
Done deal: State signs $1.1 bil tunnel contract
Seattle-PI Scott Gutierrez January 6, 2011
Dori Monson Show
Intelligent Design Debate Transcript
The Dori Monson Show Stephen Meyer November 16, 2005
Dot Disconnect:
Privacy Purists, Profiling Protesters, Licentious Libertarians and Homeland Security in Post-9/11 America
Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter September 10, 2004
Doubting Darwin
How did life, in its infinite complexity, come to be?
Newsweek Jerry Adler January 30, 2005
Doubting Darwin
LewRockwell.com David Deming March 9, 2011
Doubting Darwin: Debate Over the Mind's Evolution
NPR Jon Hamilton February 20, 2009
Doubting Rationalist:
'Intelligent Design' Proponent Phillip Johnson, and How He Came to Be
Washington Post Michael Powell May 15, 2005
Doubts Over Evolution Continue to Mount as 60 Biologists Express Skepticism with Central Tenet of Darwin's Theory
Discovery Institute Staff September 10, 2003
Doubts Over Evolution Mount With Over 300 Scientists Expressing Skepticism With Central Tenet of Darwin's Theory
Discovery Institute Staff April 1, 2004
Dover Decision on Intelligent Design “Legally Irrelevant for Ohio’s Critical Analysis of Evolution Model Science Curriculum,” Says Legal Scholar
Discovery Institute Staff December 22, 2005
Dover Downed
Accuracy In Academia Julia A. Seymour June 30, 2006
Dover In Review
A review of Judge Jones' decision in the Dover intelligent design trial
Discovery Institute John G. West January 6, 2006
Dover Intelligent Design Decision Criticized as a Futile Attempt to Censor Science Education
Discovery Institute Staff December 20, 2005
Dover Trial Witness Plays Misleading Word Games In Effort to Redefine Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff October 6, 2005
Downgrading of Ohio Science Standards Just a Rumor, Optional Lesson Plan Critical of Evolution Not An Issue
Discovery Institute Staff January 20, 2006
Download Briefing Packet for Educators on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Staff November 14, 2007
Downshifting North America's Freight Transport Emissions
Environment News Service Staff April 5, 2011
Dr. Bob's RX for our managed care mess
Washington Law & Politics Phillip Gold August 1, 2000
Dr. Caroline Crocker Expelled for Challenging Darwinian Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff March 15, 2008
Dr. Death Dies
To The Source Wesley J. Smith June 8, 2011
Dr. Death Gets Out of Jail
Will the media finally tell the truth about the ghoulish aspirations of Jack Kevorkian?
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 14, 2006
Dr. Death Returns
Fatal Words
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith June 1, 2007
Dr. Death Rides Again
Jack Kevorkian's movement has done better –without him
The Weekly Standard Rita L. Marker & Wesley J. Smith June 4, 2007
Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez And Academic Persecution
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff February 8, 2008
Dr. Philip Skell's Open Letter to the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
Philip Skell Philip Skell January 23, 2006
Dr. Stephen Meyer on Michael Medved Show
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff July 7, 2009
Draft Rumor Targets Supposedly Gullible College Students, Says Volunteer Military Advocate
Discovery Institute Staff October 22, 2004
Dragged Into Global Warming
Welcome to the global debate, Mr. President
The Seattle Times Editorial Board January 29, 2007
Drawing battle lines in "The War on Humans"
World Grace Richardson March 19, 2014
Dream Of A Cohesive Cascadia Never Dies
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 6, 2008
Dream Of Hydrogen Cars Fades For Now
Houston Chronicle/Seattle Post-Intelligencer Brett Clanton September 10, 2007
Drift to World Government?
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn May 31, 2005
Drifting From Freedom
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn January 30, 2005
Drive The 'Express Lane' On I-680 To Silicon Valley, For A Price
San Jose Mercury-News Gary Richards October 31, 2008
Drivers Asked To Test Alternative To Fuel Tax
Associated Press Heather Clark July 8, 2009
Drivers Ready To Pay When Highway 167 "HOT Lanes" Open Saturday
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom April 28, 2008
Dumb and Dangerous
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn April 7, 2006
Dying Cause:
Assisted Suicide Is Losing Support
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith May 20, 2003
Dying for Liberation
Why is PETA killing animals?
National Review Wesley J. Smith July 13, 2005
Dying of Thirst is Excruciating Agony
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith August 14, 2014
Dying to Donate?
The Transplant-Medicine Community Should Reassure the Public
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith October 20, 2004
E. Washington Gets Back More From Gas Tax Than It Pays
The Seattle P-I John K. Wiley October 21, 2005
EASTSIDE RAIL: MORE!
Cascadia Center Web Site Cascadia Staff February 4, 2008
ELEMENTARY Monasticism
First Things Wesley J. Smith December 26, 2014
ELIMINATING ERRORS: Evolution becomes topic of concern for voters
Texas Tech University Daily Andrew Bell November 10, 2003
ENV Coverage of Gonzalez Academic Freedom Case at Iowa State University
Evolution News & Views Discovery Staff February 7, 2008
EPA's not tracking with rail goals
Seattle Times Bruce Agnew November 2, 1998
EU Extortionists
The Washington Times Richard Rahn July 10, 2005
EU Threatens Innovation in Action Against Microsoft
disco-tech.org Hance Haney November 16, 2005
Earling Going To Work On Think-Tank Project
Edmonds Enterprise Bill Sheets April 16, 2004
Eastside BNSF Rail Line Inspection Report
Cascadia Center Read Fay November 21, 2007
Eastside Commuter Rail Project Could Cost $1B
Daily Journal of Commerce Margie Slovan November 18, 2008
Eastside Light Rail: Yes, But Where?
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 29, 2009
Eastside Needs Rail, Not Trail
Seattle Times Jim O'Farrell July 17, 2007
Eastside Passenger Railway Would Cost $1 Billion
Seattle Times Keith Ervin November 20, 2008
Eastside Rail Corridor Could Serve Bicyclists And Commuters
Seattle Times Larry Phillips, Jane Hague and John Creighton August 8, 2007
Eastside Rail Corridor: Maximizing opportunities
Bellevue Reporter Jane Hague and Larry Phillips January 18, 2013
Eastside Rail Cost Estimates Inflated, Cascadia Tells Radio Listeners
KOMO-AM 1000 News Team November 20, 2008
Eastside Rail Forum Sketches Ideas For Commuter Line
Seattle Times Ashley Bach January 17, 2008
Eastside Rail Radio Links
KIRO 710; KBCS 91.3 Dave Ross, Francesca Lyman January 17, 2008
Eastside Rail: We Just Don't Get It
Seattle Times Alfred Runte December 4, 2007
Eastside TRailway Forum Recap
Cascadia Center Staff February 4, 2008
Eastside commuter rail and bike trail could be built fast, some say
The Seattle Times Katherine Long February 4, 2010
Eastside rail: The Humpty Dumpty of Northwest transportation
Crosscut C.B. Hall November 13, 2012
Eastside: Preserve options for rails and trails on BNSF corridor
Dual use remains the operative concept for the future of the Eastside Rail Corridor. Plan for biking and hiking and commuter rail.
Seattle Times Seattle Times Editorial January 1, 2011
Eastside: Preserve options for rails and trails on BNSF corridor
Seattle Times Editorial Staff September 10, 2012
Eat This Now
New York Post Wesley J. Smith November 14, 2004
Eco-Misanthropes Want Better Living Through Mass Death
Scripps Howard News Service Deroy Murdock June 15, 2006
Ecocide Would be a Crime Against Humanity
Daily Caller Wesley J. Smith April 10, 2012
Ecocide: A Crime Against Peace?
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith May 10, 2010
Ecology
Qualified Thumbs Up for Habitat Plan Science
Science, Volume 278, Number 5346, 19 Dec 1997, pp. 2052 - 2053 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer December 19, 1997
Ecology
Call for 'Sustainability' in Forests Sparks a Fire
Science, Volume 283, Number 5410, 26 Mar 1999, pp. 1996 - 1998 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer March 26, 1999
Ecology Sees Potent Future In State For Alternative Fuels
Biomass Could Satisfy Half Of Energy Needs
The Olympian John Dodge February 25, 2006
Economic Accountability Path
The Washington Times Richard Rahn September 20, 2002
Economic Conservatism and Social Conservatism are "Indivisible"
Discovery News Bruce Chapman February 8, 2010
Economic Liberty and Islam
The Washington Times Richard Rahn March 5, 2007
Economic Literacy Test...and Advice
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn December 12, 2005
Economic Murder-Suicide
Washington Times Richard Rahn June 12, 2003
Economic Sabotage
Washington Times Richard Rahn December 30, 2001
Economic growth options
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn August 17, 2001
Economics Chasm Between
The Washington Times Richard Rahn July 8, 2004
Economics Is Not For Actuaries
Wall Street Journal George Gilder January 2, 2007
Economists to Lawmakers: Don't Regulate the Internet
CCNews Staff May 12, 2006
Ecuador to Vote Sunday on Granting Rights to "Nature"!
Secondhand Smoke Wesley J. Smith September 24, 2008
Ed Meese Hailed for Defending Freedom
Reagan Attorney General Rescued Constitution from Activist Judges
WorldNetDaily Drew Zahn May 11, 2009
Editorial - A Broken Model
Langley Times/B.C. LocalNews.com Frank Bucholtz October 27, 2009
Editorial: Snohomish County’s astute purchase of rail corridor
Snohomish County’s purchase of an 11-mile section of rail corridor from the Port of Seattle is on track to provide recreational and freight options.
Seattle Times Seattle Times Editorial December 30, 2013
Education and Community
Pat Lines January 1, 2000
Efforts To Disarm Hezbollah Must Be Allowed To Go Forward
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Marshall J. Sana August 2, 2005
Efforts to Sabotage Ohio's Science Lessons Deplorable, claims Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute Staff February 11, 2004
Eggs for Sale?
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith May 20, 2013
Eight Air-Security Myths
Why the TSA’s new policies won’t make us safer
National Review John Wohlstetter December 3, 2010
Einstein and Gödel
Friendship between Equals
DISCOVER David Berlinski March 1, 2002
Electing Judges Keeps Them Accountable
Seattle Post Intelligencer David DeWolf November 3, 2006
Election 09: All-Mail Ballots Drain Elections of Their Majesty
Vote-by-mail may be more convenient, but it comes at the expense of the symbolism and grand drama of election nights.
Crosscut Steven J. Buri November 4, 2009
Election 2000 crucial to whole new generation - whether they vote or not
Tacoma News Tribune Bruce Chapman November 5, 2000
Election 2005: Gas Tax Looms Large For County
The Columbian Kathie Durbin October 15, 2005
Election Modifies Landscape For Transit Packages
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne November 9, 2004
Elections Spell Changes:
Adoption, Foster Care, and Children's Programs Will Be Affected
Adoption.About.com November 7, 2002
Electric Car Industry Pulls In For Quick Charge At Microsoft
KING 5 TV Gary Chittim October 23, 2009
Electric Car: More Quiet Whirs
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board September 23, 2007
Electric Cars Find Power In Governments
Wall Street Journal Sebastion Moffett, Norihiko Shirouzu October 20, 2009
Electric Industry Plugged In For Move To Rechargeable Cars
Associated Press, Oregonian Tom Krisher July 24, 2008
Electric Ride Powering A Transportation Revolution
Globe & Mail Gary Mason July 7, 2008
Electronic End-of-Life Directives Could Hinder Response to Suicide Attempts
EWTN News Kevin J. Jones December 22, 2010
Eliminate Video Franchising
Discovery Institute Hance Haney February 14, 2006
Elliott Sober's Independent Evidence Requirement for Design
ISCID Brainstorms William A. Dembski October 23, 2002
Embracing Observance of Sabbath
Washington Times Michael Medved August 15, 2011
Embryonic-Stem-Cell Court Decision Reflects Our Government of Expediency
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith July 27, 2011
Emergent Teleology in Psychology, Physics and Biology
ISCID.org Robert C. Koons January 19, 2003
Eminent Historian Paul Johnson on Darwinian Fundamentalists
Forbes Paul Johnson June 20, 2005
Eminent Scientist Urges Ohio to Keep Critical Analysis of Evolution Lesson Plan
Discovery Institute Staff February 8, 2006
End 'World Wide Wait' and Reboot the Economy
Seattle Times John Wohlstetter April 17, 2002
End Corporate Income Tax
The Washington Times Richard Rahn December 1, 2004
End of Darwinism?
Washington Times Philip Gold October 25, 2000
End-of-Life Decisions and the Bureaucracy
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith December 27, 2010
Endangered Salmon
Army Corps Seized by Dam Indecision
Science, Volume 287, Number 5450, 7 Jan 2000, p 27 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer January 7, 2000
Endangered Species and the Profit Motive:
Some Caveats
Mark L. Plummer February 1, 1999
Ending Fiscal Fluster...and Anxiety
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn October 17, 2001
Endorsements of The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Compiled by Discovery Staff February 1, 2004
Energy, Transportation Talk Of Tech Conference
The Seattle Times Kristi Heim June 2, 2006
Enforcing a Good Law: Stopping Sexual Slavery
BreakPoint.org Chuck Colson March 11, 2003
Enlisting Science to Find the Fingerprints of a Creator:
Believers in 'intelligent design' try to redirect evolution disputes along intellectual lines.
Los Angeles Times (Sunday Front page) Teresa Watanabe March 25, 2001
Ensure Smooth Transition from Legacy to All-IP Networks
Before the Federal Communications Commission Hance Haney March 9, 2015
Ensuring America's Growth
Forbes Peter Morici May 28, 2008
Entertaining the notion of a place of wonder
Seattle Times Jonathan Witt December 16, 2004
Entrenched Science Departments Call for Censorship at Southern Methodist University
Discovery Institute Staff March 23, 2007
Entrepreneur Wheels, Deals For Eastside Rail
Seattle Times Keith Ervin December 26, 2007
Entrepreneurs can save their communities
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger November 27, 2013
Environmentalism's Deep Misanthropy
First Things Wesley J. Smith January 25, 2013
Environmentalism's Worsening Anti-Human Infection
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith November 16, 2017
Envy of the World?
Washington Times Philip Gold March 30, 1999
Epidemic of Legal Disease
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak March 30, 2001
Eradicating European Flu
Washington Times Richard Rahn January 2, 2006
Erasing the Truth About Planned Parenthood
To The Source Wesley J. Smith May 6, 2016
Essential Readings
Intelligent Design, Darwinian Evolution, and the Impact of Science on Culture
Discovery Institute Staff September 5, 2014
Estimating the Exaflood
The Impact of Video and Rich Media on the Internet – A ‘zettabyte’ by 2015?
Discovery Institute Bret Swanson & George Gilder January 29, 2008
Ethanol Policy: For People Or For Agribusiness?
The News Tribune Editorial Board May 8, 2006
Ethersphere
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1994
Ethic Cleansing
Politics: Our sanctimonious pursuit of conflict-free purity undermines public life.
Seattle Weekly Bruce Chapman November 25, 1992
Ethical Stem Cell Research Wins the Nobel Prize
To The Source Wesley J. Smith October 19, 2012
Eunuchnet
Jewish World Review George Gilder July 1, 2015
Euphemisms as Political Manipulation
First Things Wesley J. Smith May 17, 2013
Euphemisms for Killing
First Things wesley j smith May 27, 2016
Euro vs. $ Myths
The Washington Times Richard Rahn December 7, 2004
Europe vs. Europe
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn October 31, 2005
Europe's New Oppressors
The Washington Times Richard Rahn June 1, 2004
Europe's Two Culture Wars
Commentary George Weigel May 1, 2006
European Death Wish
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn July 13, 2006
European Job-Killing Machine
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn September 21, 2006
Euthanasia Comes to Canada
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith February 23, 2015
Euthanasia Comes to Montana
The Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith December 29, 2008
Euthanasia Not About Terminal Illness Despite Advocates' Claims
LifeNews.com Wesley J. Smith October 17, 2006
Euthanasia Spreads in Europe
Several nations find themselves far down the slippery slope.
National Review Wesley J. Smith October 26, 2011
Euthanasia World
The Worst Culture
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith October 17, 2003
Euthanasia Zealots Push Starvation as ‘Death with Dignity’
American Spectator Wesley J. Smith December 11, 2018
Euthanasia by Organ Harvesting
First Things Wesley J. Smith April 1, 2016
Euthanasia for Alzheimer's Patients?
First Things Wesley J. Smith September 29, 2017
Euthanasia in 2015
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith March 1, 2016
Euthanasia is Almost a Declaration of 'No Confidence' in Medicine
Q and A Interview
Sputnik Wesley J Smith June 1, 2018
Euthanasia's Cancerous Corruption of Medical Morality
First Things Wesley J. Smith May 15, 2015
Euthanasia's Euphemisms
First Things Wesley J. Smith February 22, 2013
Euthanasia's Open Season on the Mentally Ill
First Things Wesley J. Smith June 26, 2015
Euthanized Patients a New Source of Organ Donations in Belgium
Bioedge Xavier Symons September 7, 2013
Euthanizing Children
First Things Wesley J. Smith October 14, 2016
Euthanizing the CSA
Ready for 50 Different Drug-Control Regimes?
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith May 27, 2004
Evangelical Reform in Early Nineteenth Century America
Building a Healthy Culture (Eerdmans, 2001) John G. West January 1, 2001
Evangelical atheists crusade against ‘pernicious’ religions
The Examiner Logan Gage November 17, 2006
Even Materialists Crave Religion
First Things Wesley J. Smith June 12, 2015
Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
DiscoveryBlog.org Discovery Staff January 1, 2008
Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
DiscoveryBlog.org Discovery Staff March 28, 2008
Event honors life of evolutionist:
Wells-Pigliucci Debate
The Daily Beacon (Knoxville, Tennessee) Rosemary Nottoli February 16, 2001
Ever-rising Expense Of Driving About To Take A Toll On All Of Us
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Joel Connelly June 27, 2008
Everett rail summit: plenty of vision, but money is still down the line
Crosscut C.B. Hall June 8, 2011
Every Bit Digital: DNA’s Programming Really Bugs Some ID Critics
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin March 29, 2010
Every Good Under the Sun Must Be Paid For
The Forward David Klinghoffer September 19, 2007
Everybody's Highway-Editorial
The Los Angeles Times Editorial July 7, 2004
Everyday Saints and Other Stories
First Things Wesley J. Smith March 8, 2013
Everyone Matters, No Matter What
First Things Wesley J. Smith January 26, 2010
Evidence for Intelligent Design from Biochemistry
From a speech delivered at Discovery Institute's God & Culture Conference
Discovery Institute Michael J. Behe August 10, 1996
Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer November 20, 2008
Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer November 20, 2008
Evolution
Call a theory a theory
Philadelphia Inquirer Mark Hartwig December 9, 2004
Evolution Academic Freedom Bills Spread to More States
National Movement Grows
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff April 30, 2008
Evolution Backers, Critics Claim Victory in Science Standards
Cleveland Plain Dealer Catherine Candisky December 11, 2002
Evolution Battle Grows in Schools
The Detroit News Kim Kozlowski July 24, 2005
Evolution Coverage Missed Real Story:
Won't Old Stereotypes Ever Die?
FoxNews.com John G. West September 30, 2002
Evolution Debate Enters "Round Two"
Intelligent design backers offer option
The Kansas City Star Diane Carroll January 30, 2005
Evolution Debate: Student Leads Textbook Challenge
CNN Newsroom Joel Hochmuth May 9, 2001
Evolution Feud Back in Schools
State science education standards aim for dialogue on differing life theories
The Arizona Republic Josh Kelley January 30, 2005
Evolution Group Uses Federal Tax Money to Promote Religion
Discovery Institute Staff April 1, 2004
Evolution Important Question, But Debate Left Us No Wiser
Real Clear Politics Kathleen Parker May 10, 2007
Evolution News & Views Contributing Writers
Center for Science & Culture Staff May 8, 2008
Evolution Outdated
Christianity.com Gailon Totheroh February 22, 2001
Evolution Theater:
A View from the Peanut Gallery
Santa Barbara News-Press Mark Hartwig December 24, 2000
Evolution and Dissent
Boston Globe David K. DeWolf June 11, 2007
Evolution and Ethics
Discovery Institute Thomas Huxley May 1, 2009
Evolution and Ethics
Human Morality in Biological & Religious Perspective
William B. Eerdman Publishing Company Press Clayton, Philip and Schloss, Jeffrey P. August 1, 2004
Evolution and Me
George Gilder Staff May 1, 2007
Evolution and Me
The Darwinian theory has become an all-purpose obstacle to thought rather than an enabler of scientific advance
National Review George Gilder July 17, 2006
Evolution and intelligent design
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells June 1, 1997
Evolution criticized as lacking evidence
The Topeka Capital-Journal Floyd Lee July 16, 2000
Evolution critics added to panel that sets Texas school standards
Associated Baptist Press Bob Allen October 21, 2008
Evolution debate has new player
Group treads delicate territory, promotes 'intelligent design'
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Deborah Bach April 2, 2005
Evolution debate turns into debate over intelligent design
Associated Press John Hanna May 3, 1985
Evolution for the masses
The Washington Times Jonathan Wells September 23, 2001
Evolution is Not the Problem. Darwinism is the Problem.
To The Source Ben Wiker December 9, 2009
Evolution of Intelligent Design
From prime-time television to courthouses, group gains ground in anti-Darwin effort
Chicago Tribune Lisa Anderson October 30, 2005
Evolution or design debate heats up
The US science community is embroiled in a caustic fight over the theory that a higher intelligence and not Darwinist evolution is largely responsible for life on Earth.
The Times of Oman Paul Handley March 7, 2005
Evolution's 'Dictatorship' -- Student Struggles to Get Opposite Viewpoint Heard
AFA Journal Ed Vitagliano August 16, 2004
Evolution's Glass Ceiling
Townhall Magazine David Klinghoffer February 26, 2008
Evolution's Logic of Credulity:
An Unfettered Response to Allen Orr
DesignInference.com William A. Dembski December 5, 2002
Evolution's Thermodynamic Failure
The American Spectator Granville Sewell December 28, 2005
Evolution, Human Dignity, and Crafting Public Policy
Crisis Magazine W. Ross Blackburn May 3, 2012
Evolution: Call A Theory A Theory
Philadelphia Inquirer Mark Hartwig December 9, 2004
Evolutionary Computation: A Perpetual Motion Machine for Design Information
4Truth.Net Science Robert J. Marks, II May 1, 2009
Evolutionary Logic
designinference.com William A. Dembski September 23, 2002
Evolutionist Overreacts
San Angelo Standard Times Rob Crowther August 18, 2003
Evolutionists Adrift on the Origin of Information
Dakota Voice Bob Ellis January 1, 2009
Evolutionists Fear Academic Freedom
Townhall.com Floyd Brown and Mary Beth Brown July 7, 2008
Evolving Double Standards
Establishing a state-funded church of Darwin
National Review Online John G. West April 1, 2004
Ex-Congressman Stunned by Extent of Worldwide Trafficking in Humans
The Seattle Times Alex Fryer February 4, 2004
Exaggerating Political Misdeeds is Almost as Bad as Ignoring Them
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 26, 1997
Excerpt from Cascadia Project state transportation report
Discovery Institute Press Release December 31, 2002
Exercising Faith:
C.S. Lewis, the Bible and St. Therese of Lisieux
John Hathaway July 1, 1998
Exhuming the Peppered Mummy
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells August 30, 2007
Expanded Light Rail Plan Envisioned For Region
The Seattle P-I Jane Hadley October 14, 2005
Expeditionary Homeland Defense?
Washington Times Philip Gold March 17, 1999
Expelled From the New York Times
The American Spectator Ben Stein August 10, 2009
Experimenting With Live Patients
Some experts think it's OK to use vegetative human subjects
San Francisco Chronicle Wesley J. Smith October 22, 2006
Expert Witness Sees Evidence in Nature for Intelligent Design
The New York Times Laurie Goodstein October 18, 2005
Expert: Viaduct Bored Tunnel Would Be "World Class Project"
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 20, 2009
Experts Oppose Net Neutrality
Discovery Institute Staff May 9, 2006
Experts Say Tunnel Costs for Replacing Viaduct a Myth
Tunnel Pros Urge State, County, City to Weigh Real Costs as Decision Nears
Cascadia Center Mike Wussow December 10, 2008
Experts study 520 corridor gridlock
Seattle P-I Lewis Kamb June 29, 2000
Explain Evolution's Weakness
Bend Bulletin Pete Chadwell July 3, 2006
Explaining the Unexplainable
With intelligent design, scientists are challenging evolution and questioning the origins of humans.
Daily Trojan Tony Chiorazzi January 10, 2006
Explore Evolution Textbook and Website
Discovery Institutte Staff June 1, 2007
Explore Evolution: The Arguments For and Against Neo-Darwinism
Hill House Meyer, Stephen C., Scott Minnich, Jonathan Moneymaker, Paul A.Nelson, Ralph Seelke June 1, 2007
Explosive Memo Reveals Darwinist Strategy for Kansas
WorldNet Daily Jack Cashill May 6, 2005
Exxon Sinks $600 Million into Algae-Based Biofuels In Major Strategy Shift
New York Times, Greenwire Katie Howell July 14, 2009
Eyeballing Design
"Biomimetics" Exposes Attacks on ID as Poorly Designed
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin December 20, 2011
FAQ On American Freedom Alliance v. California Science Center Lawsuit
Discovery Institute Staff September 7, 2011
FBI Reports No Immediate Threat Of Terrorist Attack On State Ferries
Seattle Times Susan Gilmore October 14, 2004
FBI's iPhone Request Threatens Innovation
The Stream Hance Haney February 22, 2016
FCC Bends the Rules in Pursuit of Ideological Preference
The Daily Caller Hance Haney December 8, 2011
FCC Inquiry Shows Broadband Regulation Unnecessary
Discovery Institute Hance Haney July 16, 2007
FCC Should Focus on Spurring Investment, Not More Regulation
The Seattle Times Hance Haney May 2, 2010
FCC Threatens Investment and Innovation with Net Neutrality
Statement by Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Hance Haney on FCC Decision to Regulate the Internet
Discovery Institute Staff February 26, 2015
FCC a Special-Interest Playground When Reviewing Mergers
Technology & Democracy Project Hance Haney December 6, 2006
FDR's Failed Moral Leadership
Roosevelt was no humanitarian, despite what presidential historians say.
The American Conservative John R. Miller December 4, 2012
FOOT FERRIES: MORE!
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff February 10, 2008
FTTH 2008: Internet Set to Reach Zetabyte Heights by 2015
Emerging Applications Drive Continued Growth
Telecommunications Online Sean Buckley February 28, 2008
Face Reality of Radicalization
Discovery News Bruce Chapman April 19, 2013
Face-Off: Should both sides of the Debate on Evolution be Included in Textbooks?
Spring Hill Review (Southwest Washington State) Seth L. Cooper January 1, 2004
Facts About Seattle's Tunnel Choice
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center October 22, 2009
Facts to the Wind:
Reviewing "Monkey Trial," a PBS Documentary
National Review Online Benjamin Wiker February 16, 2002
Faculty Protest Creation Speech
Academic leaders fear for Samford reputation; president defends event
The Birmingham News Thomas Spencer December 8, 2005
Failed Government Attempt to Block AT&T/Time Warner Merger Was Bizarre
Discovery Institute Hance Haney June 12, 2018
Faith & Terror
Where some agree with Osama
The New York Post David Klinghoffer February 25, 2007
Faith has Positive Effect on country
Attack on Bush's Religion Long on Hypocrisy, Short on Substance
Seattle Post-Intelligencer John G. West August 31, 2004
False Federalism
In Gonzales v. Raich, it’s the state that’s violating federalist principles.
National Review Wesley J. Smith June 8, 2005
Family-Supported Suicide and the Duty to Die
First Things Wesley J. Smith March 19, 2015
Fans Of Plug-in Cars Build Their Power Base
Seattle Times Hal Bernton & Mike Lindblom May 8, 2007
Farewell to alluring, but faithless, France
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman April 21, 2003
Farmhouse Gang Priorities - Workshop Summary
Cascadia Center Marty Minkoff November 15, 2008
Fast Ferries in Our Future? Kitsap Decides
Bremerton Sun Niki King September 28, 2003
Fast Ferry Making Headway, with a Little Help from Its Friend
The Kitsap Sun Eric Williams May 23, 2004
Fast Ferry Will Come To Kitsap For Research
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich July 17, 2007
Fast Foot Ferries Deserve Our Support
Kitsap Sun Glenn Hodge May 19, 2008
Fast Forward To A Time When Innovation Moves The Region
Seattle Times Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew November 16, 2007
Fast Train In The Fast Lane
KPLU-FM 88.3 Liam Moriarty October 1, 2009
Fast, Affordable & Green: A Regional Transportation Discussion Brief
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff November 7, 2007
Fast-Boat Service Faster
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board December 15, 2004
Fateful Fortnight of Denial
On Bastille Day, reminders of U.S. decline are everywhere.
The American Spectator John Wohlstetter July 14, 2015
Father of Eugenics:
Notorious today as the founding father of eugenics, Francis Galton was honored as one of the leading scientists of his day.
Christianity Today Richard Weikart May 1, 2002
Father of Intelligent Design
Sacramento Bee Kim Minugh May 11, 2006
Fatuous Filmmaking
WorldNetDaily.com Michael J. Behe September 28, 2001
Faust's Networks: Why the Sony Kill Is Not the Last
The American Spectator John Wohlstetter January 5, 2015
Fear Not 'Islamo-Fascism,' Nor Ahmadinejad
The Forward David Klinghoffer October 31, 2007
Fear of Exposure
The fight against academic freedom is rooted in the worry that Darwinism's weakness will be revealed
The Albuquerque Tribune Joe Renick March 28, 2007
Fear of Responsibility
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn July 21, 2005
Feasibility Study's Eastside Rail Dollar Projections Too High
Cascadia Center Praises Puget Sound Regional Council and Sound Transit Effort, Rebuts Implementation Costs
Cascadia Center Mike Wussow November 19, 2008
Feasting on the Giant Peach
Forbes ASAP George Gilder August 29, 1996
Fed Follies Fallout
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn August 2, 2006
Fed Up in Seattle
Citizens of the ultra-progressive city have lost patience with political leaders’ failure to address the homelessness crisis.
City Journal Christopher Rufo June 15, 2018
Federal Budget Adds Ferry Money
With the largest ferry system in the nation, state and private operators will be seeking help from the $285 million pot of cash.
The Kitsap Sun Elaine Helm August 2, 2005
Federal Department of Education Backs Academic Freedom on Evolution Controversy
Discovery Institute Staff June 30, 2004
Federal Funding for Human Cloning?
National Review Wesley J. Smith September 23, 2010
Federal Grants Spur Adoption of New Transportation Technologies in Northwest
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Mike Wussow October 22, 2009
Federal Help For Viaduct Sought: Mayor, Others Go To D.C. To Build Case For Replacing Structure
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Charles Pope May 6, 2004
Federal Judge Rules that "Fostering Critical Thinking" About Evolution has Secular Purpose, but Invalidates Cobb Co. Sticker Anyway
Discovery Institute Staff January 13, 2005
Federal Judge Seeks to Define 'Creationism'
Associated Press Richard Ostling January 12, 2006
Federal Marijuana Policy Undermines Rule of Law
First Things Wesley J. Smith August 19, 2016
Federal Regulators Should Reform Regulation of Phone Services in Denver, Minneapolis-St.Paul, Phoenix and Seattle
Discovery Institute Staff June 24, 2008
Federal Reserve Needs To Normalize Interest Rates In 2015
Investor's Business Daily Scott S. Powell January 20, 2015
Federal Tax Fight; We'll Do it Again in '12
Discovery News Bruce Chapman December 6, 2010
Federal U.S. Appeals Court Decision To Throw Out Judge's Ruling Against Evolution Disclaimers on Textbooks Applauded by Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute Staff May 25, 2006
Federal government extends Amtrak train for another year
Vancouver Sun Neal Hall October 14, 2010
Federally-Funded Website on Evolution Violates Separation of Church and State
Discovery Institute Staff May 1, 2004
Feds Earmark $1.2 Million For Test Of SR-167 Toll Lanes
King County Journal Jeff Switzer November 6, 2004
Feds OK With I-90 Tolls To Help Pay For New 520 Bridge
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom January 29, 2009
Feds Order New Level Of Security For Ferries
Seattle Times Mike Carter September 29, 2004
Feds Should Prevent Controlled-Substances Use in Assisted Suicide
Denver Post Wesley J. Smith April 1, 2017
Feeding the kitty for Katrina
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn September 21, 2005
Feeling Of Insecurity On Ferries
Seattle Times Danny Westneat October 15, 2004
Feisty Philippines "Tiger Cub" Merits New Respect
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 27, 1997
Fellow Launches Capitol Blog
John Wohlstetter's New Blog Explores Big Issues of the Day
Discovery Institute Charles Ganske July 13, 2005
Fences for Tearing Down:
The War of Science and Religion
BreakPoint Commentary #000724 Charles Colson July 24, 2000
Ferries Chief to Bainbridge: It's Staying
The Kitsap Sun Rachel Pritchett September 20, 2005
Ferries Could Reopen Galleys By April 1
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore February 12, 2004
Ferries Have Nichols Seeing Green
South Whidbey Record Roy Jacobson October 25, 2008
Ferries Maintenance Facility Should Stay on BI
The Kitsap Sun opinion September 17, 2005
Ferries New Chief Started As Ticket Seller
Mike Anderson takes over as leader of the country's largest ferry system.
The Kitsap Sun Niki King February 26, 2005
Ferries Would Spur Growth, Planners Agree
Bremerton Sun Christopher Dunagan October 6, 2003
Ferry Advisory Group Comes Out Against I-912
The Kitsap Sun Josh Farley October 13, 2005
Ferry Bills Abound, But New Funds Are Doubtful
Legislation That Would Dedicate More Money From The State Gas Tax To The Ferries Is Idling In Committee
The Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich March 6, 2007
Ferry Bills Appear To Be sinking
The Bremerton Sun Bill Buchanan February 11, 2004
Ferry Bomb Patrols To Grow
The FBI Tells Local Congressmen That Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Are A Necessity
Everett Herald Lukas Velush October 14, 2004
Ferry Passengers Glad To Find Galley Reopened
The Seattle Times Susan Gilmore May 27, 2005
Ferry Riders Face Year Of Disruption
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange January 14, 2008
Ferry Routes Would Ease Traffic:
County Council Looks At Several Runs To Help Lighten Congestion
King County Journal Lori Varosh August 19, 2005
Ferry Security Tighter, But 'Safety Still An Issue'
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Mike Barber and Paul Shukovsky October 14, 2004
Ferry Service Bill Passed
The Kitsap Sun Kathy Mahdoubl March 9, 2006
Ferry Service: New Fares, Old Issues
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 28, 2005
Ferry Surveys Yield Results
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber Anna K. Brinkman October 29, 2004
Ferry System Wants To Make Colman Dock A Destination
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Kery Murakami February 23, 2004
Ferry Terminal To Link With Trains To Seattle
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Staff & News Services November 15, 2004
Ferry proposed for Blaine, Point Roberts
Backers want free moorage, landing site
Bellingham Herald John Stark January 9, 2007
Fetal Position
National Review Stephen C. Meyer, David K. Dewolf March 20, 1995
Fiber Keeps its Promise
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1997
Fifty-two Ohio Scientists Call for Academic Freedom on Darwin's Theory
Press Release J. Sjogren & R. DiSilvestro March 20, 2002
Film Based on Professor's Book Showing at Smithsonian:
Professor's ideas gain recognition in film
Iowa State Daily Brian Oltman June 7, 2005
Film Examines the Cambrian Explosion, Biology’s Big Bang, 530 Million Years in the Past
Darwin’s Dilemma will be released on DVD Sept. 15
Discovery Institute Staff September 9, 2009
Film Will Spark Much Needed Debate
Discovery News Bruce Chapman May 29, 2012
Film uses science, not religion, to debate Darwin
Daily Trojan Sophia Lee January 1, 2009
Final Review of Biology Textbooks up for Adoption in Texas
Discovery Staff Staff November 3, 2003
Finally Out Of The Woods, C-Tran To Focus On Long View
The Columbian Thomas Ryll February 10, 2006
Find Out Just How Astute a Person You Are By Taking This Opinion Quiz
News-Sentinel Howard Chapman September 21, 2012
Finding Design in Nature
The Guardian Michael Behe November 29, 2010
Finding Ken Miller's Point
Dembski response to Ken Miller's comments in Finding Darwin's God
Discovery Institute William A. Dembski June 28, 2000
Finding Sound Science on Salmon
Discovery Institute Gary Smith and Steven P. Cramer February 13, 2004
Finding the First Amendment
The ultimate lesson of Garland, Texas.
American Spectator John Wohlstetter May 11, 2015
Finding the Permanent in the Political
C. S. Lewis as a Political Thinker
Permanent Things, Eerdmans Publishing John G. West January 1, 1996
First Hill streetcars to be assembled by local workers at Pacifica Marine
The Seattle Times Mike Lindblom October 26, 2011
First Things Now Hosts DI Sr. Fellow Wesley J. Smith’s Blog
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff June 3, 2009
First, Do Harm . . .
A betrayal of the hospice movement.
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith March 19, 2007
Fishing for votes
William A. Dembski and Mark Hartwig December 7, 2000
Fix the Presidential Nominating Process of 2000--Now
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 8, 1996
Fixing Low Rider, Tale Of The Tolls
Seattle Times James Vesely January 13, 2008
Flash Forward: Obamacare Cometh and Other Bioethical Tales for 2010
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network Wesley J. Smith December 9, 2009
Flexible Tolling: The Key To Solving Our Congestion
Crosscut Matt Rosenberg May 22, 2009
Floating Bridge Or Sinking Deathtrap?
Evergreen Point At Heart of I-912 Debate
The King County Journal Peggy Anderson October 21, 2005
Floating a Dream: Will Fast Ferries Help the City's Redevelopment Sink or Swim?
Bremerton Sun Eric D. Williams October 14, 2003
Florida Northwest
Will Democrats Steal the Washington Governorship?
OpinionJournal.com John Fund November 29, 2004
Focus on Bringing Broadband to All of Florida
Florida Sun-Sentinel Christina Johnson March 20, 2011
Follow evidence wherever it leads
York Daily Record Jonathan Witt January 16, 2005
Follow the Money
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith June 29, 2015
Follow the Money
Washington Times Richard Rahn January 23, 2003
Food Service Return Floats Some Boats
The Kitsap Sun Diana Caza May 27, 2005
Food Service To Return To Vashon Island Ferry
The Seattle TImes Local Digest October 10, 2004
Foot Ferries For Southworth On Ice
The Kitsap Sun Niki King April 26, 2005
Foot Ferries Might Be Revived
The Sun Ann Strosnider December 2, 2003
Foot Ferries Need Local Support
The Kitsap Sun Editorial May 25, 2005
Foot Ferries Riding a Wave of Interest
Bremerton Sun Niki King August 6, 2003
Foot Ferries Riding a Wave of Interest
Bremerton Sun Niki King August 6, 2003
Foot Ferries To Vashon Win a Shaky Reprieve
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange April 26, 2005
Foot Ferry Of The Future
KOMO-4 TV Bryan Johnson May 8, 2008
Foot Ferry Service Takes Step Forward
The Bremerton Sun Niki King March 3, 2004
Foot Ferry Talk Goes South
Kitsap Sun Niki King December 2, 2004
Foot ferry service slated to return between Seattle-Kingston
The Seattle P-I Larry Lange May 4, 2010
Foot-Ferry Follies Continue
The Kitsap Sun Editorial April 27, 2005
Foot-Ferry Service Strives To Stay Afloat
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange January 30, 2006
Foot-dragging feds slow train service to Seattle
The Province Jon Ferry October 18, 2010
For All the Bluster, These 3 Reasons Show Russia's Position On Iran May Be Surprisingly Sane
Business Insider Adam Taylor March 8, 2012
For Amtrak, The Climate Changes
Wall Street Journal Christopher Conkey, Daniel Machalaba October 31, 2007
For Canada, Breaking Up is A Hard - And Wrong - Thing To Do
Bruce Chapman October 27, 1995
For President Trump Better To Focus On Results Than On Appearance
Investor's Business Daily Scott S. Powell May 10, 2018
For Roseville Schools, Darwin Debate Rolls On
Sacramento Bee Laurel Rosen May 6, 2004
For Transportation Chief, Mum's The Word On Policy Questions
New York Times/Greenwire Josh Voorhees March 19, 2009
For Whom The Road Tolls - Seattle Or Bellevue?
Puget Sound Business Journal Emory Thomas, Jr. August 1, 2008
For Whom The Tolls Bell
Three Metro councilors ring exactly the wrong note about the future of the Columbia River Crossing
Oregonian Editorial Board May 29, 2008
For Your Information
Let us now praise George Gilder.
The American Spectator William Tucker October 4, 2013
For the viaduct, a light at the end of the tunnel
Puget Sound Business journal Glenn Pascall January 23, 2009
Forced "Consensus" is Corrupting Science
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 11, 2010
Forced Exit
Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, and the New Duty To Die
Encounter Books Smith, Wesley J. January 1, 2003
Forced busing? You're kidding
Seattle Times John Miller, Chairman Discovery Institute July 19, 2000
Ford, Utility To Test Plug-in Hybrids
AP/Detroit News Tom Krisher July 10, 2007
Forecast Fault Lines
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn October 18, 2006
Foreclosures are Like Taxes: We Don't Want Them, but Have to Have Them
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman June 17, 2008
Foreign Aid Program that Works
Washington Times Richard Rahn October 3, 2002
Foreword to Darwin Strikes Back
Darwin Strikes Back: Baker Books William Dembski December 1, 2006
Former Atheist Says God Exists
Insight On The News Cliff Kinkaid December 21, 2004
Former Bush Speechwriter Dons Animal-Activist Cloak
Seattle Times Alex Tizon November 19, 2002
Former Chairman Featured in Sunday Seattle Times Magazine
Discovery Institute Staff August 21, 2005
Former Discovery Board Chairman Speaks on New Human Trafficking Report
US Department of State John Miller June 12, 2003
Former Discovery Board Chairman on "The O'Reilly Factor" Tuesday
Discovery Institute Staff June 29, 2003
Former JPL employee claims he was fired for doubting Darwin
Pasadena Star-News Beige Luciano-Adams February 3, 2011
Former Rep. John Miller Confirmed as Ambassador-at-Large
Discovery Institute Staff July 27, 2004
Former Wisconsin Governor Scott McCallum Joins Discovery Institute as Senior Fellow
Discovery Institute Staff April 20, 2004
Former mayor of Colombian city talks traffic, and Bogotá's solution
Seattle Times Mike Lindblom September 28, 2006
Forum Will Seek A Vision For Gorge
Columbian Kathie Durbin September 6, 2007
Forum seeks options for increasing commuter rail service in county
HeraldNet Kurt Batdorf June 8, 2011
Forum: The U.N. - An Economic Menace
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn March 6, 2005
Forward
First Things Wesley J. Smith November 16, 2012
Foster Critical Thinking in Schools
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Doug Cowan October 10, 2005
Foster Critical Thinking in Schools
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Doug Cowan October 10, 2005
Foul Speech Now the Norm in White House?
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 1, 2013
Founding Fathers, Chinese Products
Washington Times Philip Gold May 11, 2001
Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith December 15, 2007
Four Years After the Bubble:
VoIP Vampires, Wireless Witches and Broadband Bats Bedevil the Bells' Bellfry and Befuddle the FCC
Discovery Institute John Wohlstetter December 21, 2004
Four teams vying to build viaduct replacement tunnel
Seattlepi.com Scott Gutierrez November 25, 2009
Fox Q13 Interviews TDP Director Hance Haney
Seattle - The Year 2013
KCPQ Fox 13 News Darren Dedo November 21, 2005
Fox in the Henhouse
The Washington Times Richard Rahn January 22, 2004
Francis Collins: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
Free Enterprise and Choice: The Making of a Conservative
Seattle Times James J. Na April 6, 2006
Free Enterprise and Fiscal Sanity Aren’t Social Darwinism
National Review Online Jay W. Richards April 5, 2012
Free Ride On Roads Must End
Philadelphia Inquirer Steven B. Bolt October 20, 2009
Free Speech on Evolution Campaign
Discovery Institute Staff October 1, 2005
Free speech at Southern Methodist University
Beliefnet.com Rod Dreher March 27, 2007
Freedom of Worship's Assault on Freedom of Religion
First Things Wesley J. Smith July 13, 2012
Freedom, Justice, and Rock ’n’ Roll
National Review Online Steve Beard October 17, 2008
Freeway Mess Won't Be Last One Drivers Face
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange August 8, 2007
Freight mobility gets attention
Seattle policy institute and transportation task force study north-south corridor
Journal of Business Anita Burke July 29, 1999
Friday Five: Pro-Life Hero Wesley J. Smith
Focus on the Family Action (www.citizenlink.org) Devon Williams, Associate Editor January 25, 2008
Friday Harbor Foot Ferry Arrives
Three-month trial run is funded with a $196,000 federal grant
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen November 29, 2005
Friedman Calls For Carbon Tax To Spark Change
The Oregonian Richard Read March 10, 2009
Friendship 7, Columbia, and Tomorrow:
Rethinking NASA
National Review Online John Wohlstetter February 12, 2003
From Barbary to the Gulf: Corsairs Then and Now
The only problem now is that the stakes are so much higher.
The American Spectator John Wohlstetter September 3, 2015
From Chaos to Order: Healthcare Reform in the Digital Age
Canada Free Press Scott S. Powell January 31, 2014
From Darwinism to Dataism: Will We Lose Our Representative Democracy to Techno-Religion?
CNS News Bruce Chapman May 23, 2018
From Darwinism to Transhumanism
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker July 6, 2003
From Pig War to Fish War, Not Enough Progress
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 25, 1997
From Pro-Choice to Pro-Abortion
First Things Wesley J. Smith August 22, 2014
From Security To Dock Upgrades, Many Challenges Await Next Ferry CEO
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange October 11, 2004
From The Ashes Of Proposition 1
Seattle Times Phil Talmadge, Mark Baerwaldt December 13, 2007
From Wires to Waves
As wireless telephony goes digital, it gets very cheap very fast.
Forbes ASAP George Gilder June 1, 1995
From joy to Joy
C.S. Lewis and the numinous in the world of relationships
(c) 1998 by Jesse Thomas Jesse Thomas, Ph.D. January 1, 1998
From space, the Web appears as a swirling sphere of light.
The Brightest Star
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1999
From the Courthouse . . .
. . . to the White House? John Edwards's toughest trial.
The Weekly Standard William Tucker February 2, 2004
Fruitful Interchange or Polite Chitchat?
The Dialogue Between Science and Theology
Zygon William A. Dembski and Stephen C. Meyer September 1, 1998
Frustrated pollsters find Americans harder to figure out
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 29, 1996
Fuel for Thought - Not All Biofuels Are Created Equal
Seattle Times David Tilman, Jason Hill April 15, 2007
Fueling Intertia
Spokane Spokesman-Review Editorial May 9, 2007
Full Speed Ahead For New Ferries
USA Today John Ritter April 12, 2004
Full Speed Ahead On High Speed Rail
Oregonian Editorial Board February 22, 2009
Full Speed On Kitsap Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial Board January 31, 2007
Fully Formed:
The Discoveries of Fetology
Eternity Stephen C. Meyer June 1, 1985
Futile Care Theory: Assisted Suicide's First Cousin
Human Life Review Wesley J. Smith August 18, 2008
Future Imperfect
National Review George Gilder February 8, 2010
Future Looks Hazy For Gorge Air Quality
The Columbian Kathie Durbin September 26, 2007
Future of Conservatism: Darwin or Design?
Human Events Casey Luskin December 12, 2005
GAO: Amtrak Business Practices Need Help
The Associated Press Donna De La Cruz November 3, 2005
GM May Debut 60,000 Electric Cars
Seattle Times/Bloomberg News Jeff Green August 23, 2007
GM, Toyota Doubtful On Fuel Cells' Mass Use
Wall Street Journal Edward Taylor, Mike Spector March 5, 2008
GOP Can Achieve Health Care Reform by Keeping it Simple
Human Events Stephen C. Meyer April 21, 1995
GOP Needs To Rebrand Itself To Build A Lasting Majority
Investor's Business Daily Scott S. Powell March 28, 2014
GOP Should Accept Obama's Proposal, Without Endorsing
Human Events John Wohlstetter November 29, 2012
GOP is Missing Opportunity with Latinos
USA Today Michael Medved September 26, 2011
GORDON: Hawking irrational arguments
Theoretical physicist takes leave of his senses
The Washington Times Bruce L. Gordon October 5, 2010
Gagging Medical Research
worldnetdaily.com Dr. Robert Cihak, Dr. Michael Glueck January 12, 2001
Gas Tax Going Up
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Ralph Thomas April 25, 2005
Gas Tax Stays, But Don't Expect Big Road Projects To Get Going Soon
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Susan Gilmore November 10, 2005
Gas Tax is No Longer A Viable Highway Funding Source
New Hampshire Union Leader Mark Sanborn December 11, 2008
Gasoline Prices Cost State Tax Revenue
The Olympian Adam Wilson July 15, 2008
Gasoline use down in state, study says
Seattle Times Eric Pryne October 23, 2002
Genetic Analysis of Coordinate Flagellar and Type III Regulatory Circuits in Pathogenic Bacteria
Second International Conference on Design & Nature, Rhodes Greece.
Wessex Institute of Technology Scott A. Minnich & Stephen C. Meyer September 1, 2004
Genome Project Raises Fears, Hopes
Copying the human script
World Nancy Pearcey July 8, 2000
Gentlemen, Start Your Plug-Ins
The Wall Street Journal R. James Woolsey December 30, 2006
Geography, economy bring Northwest cities ever-closer
Boosters have long talked of more cross-border cooperation. Now it's happening.
Christian Science Monitor Elaine Porterfield July 26, 1999
George Gilder Almost Made Me Cry
Knowledge and Power, August Book of the Month
Real Clear Religion Pastor Douglas Wilson August 2, 2013
George Gilder Connects the Internet’s Future with Jobs and Investment
NextGenWeb NextGenWeb December 3, 2010
George Gilder Does Israel
On a first visit, market-mover Gilder checked up on his favorite Israeli company, EZchip, and looked at some more technology hopefuls.
Globes Gitit Pincas June 21, 2007
George Gilder Explains Why Stock Markets Have Devolved Into A World Of Noise
Forbes Jerry Bowyer August 21, 2013
George Gilder Goes for Gold
The Stream William M. Briggs June 7, 2015
George Gilder Has A Very Big, Economy Boosting Idea
Forbes Jerry Bowyer August 14, 2013
George Gilder Is Back with a New Book
Forbes India Rich Karlgaard August 2, 2013
George Gilder Is Optimistic That We're Due For A Surprising Leader
Forbes Jerry Bowyer August 28, 2013
George Gilder Remarks on the 25th Anniversary of Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute George Gilder November 19, 2016
George Gilder Thankfully Returns, Bearing Knowledge And Power
Forbes Ralph Benko June 10, 2013
George Gilder Writes A Savagely Brilliant Book: The Scandal Of Money
Forbes Ralph Benko April 3, 2016
George Gilder and His Critics II
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1995
George Gilder of Discovery Institute Tells Washington Leaders: 'Broadband Is Crucial to the Struggle Ahead'
Broadband Wireless Exchange Magazine Broadband Wireless Magazine October 23, 2001
George Gilder on "The Israel Test," Obama, the Internet...and the Gays?
ReasonTV Nick Gillespie August 31, 2011
George Gilder on C-SPAN2 BookTV
After Words: Gilder Interviews John Naisbitt, author of "Mind Set!"
C-SPAN2 Staff February 18, 2007
George Gilder on The Dennis Prager Show
The Dennis Prager Show Discovery Staff November 17, 2010
George Gilder on The Michael Medved Show
The Michael Medved Show Discovery Staff August 26, 2009
George Gilder on the Materialist Superstition
The American Spectator Tom Bethell November 1, 2012
George Gilder: The Real Reagan Lesson for Romney-Ryan
Follow Peter Drucker's advice: Don't solve problems, pursue opportunities. Like unlocking America's entrepreneurial value.
Wall Street Journal George Gilder August 30, 2012
George Gilder’s Knowledge and Power
Frontpage Mag Ben Shapiro July 19, 2013
George Washington and the Religious Impulse
Patriot Sage (ISI Books, 1999) John G. West January 1, 1999
George Washington's Tear-Jerker
The New York Times John J. Miller February 15, 2010
George Weigel Receives Poland's Highest Honor
Discovery Institute Staff April 28, 2006
Georgia School Board OKs Alternatives to Evolution
CNN.com CNN Staff September 27, 2002
Georgia Schools Should Teach More About Evolution Not Less
Discovery Institute Staff January 29, 2004
Georgia Scientists File Legal Brief in Evolution Lawsuit, Defend Open-Minded Approach to Teaching Evolution
Discovery Institute Staff November 8, 2004
Georgia Supreme Court Overturns Assisted-Suicide Law
National Review Online Wesley J. Smith February 6, 2012
Georgia Unveils New 511 Traffic Hotline
Macon Telegraph/AP Shannon McCaffrey August 15, 2007
Georgia's Unfinished Telecom Agenda
Regulatory Reform Would Grow Georgia's Economy
Discovery Institute Hance Haney, George Gilder January 8, 2010
Gestational Serfs
Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith August 21, 2013
Get Away To Old Port Orchard, New Bremerton, Picturesque Poulsbo
Seattle Times Susan Gilmore October 21, 2004
Get Fill-Up Of The Future Now At A Fuel Oasis In San Diego
The Seattle Times Tim Molloy June 12, 2006
Get Happy!
Weekly Standard Wesley J. Smith April 28, 2012
Get On Board With Eastside Commuter Rail
Everett Herald Editorial Board January 20, 2008
Get Ready for a Busy 2014 in Bioethics
Center for Bioethics and Culture Wesley J. Smith January 15, 2014
Get Rich And Prosper
Forward David Klinghoffer December 29, 2006
Get with the Program
A Review of Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer
Salvo Heather Zeiger December 17, 2009
Getting Light Rail To Eastside: Major Issues Still Unresolved
Seattle Daily Journal Of Commerce Margie Slovan June 19, 2008
Getting Rid of the Unfair Rules
A Book Review
Origins & Design Stephen C. Meyer and Paul A. Nelson May 1, 1996
Getting Signals In Sync Will Help Traffic Flow
McClatchy Newspapers/Seattle Times Frank Greve May 15, 2008
Getting There: Ferry Rider Questions Turnstile Placement
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Larry Lange August 8, 2005
Getting on track
A group is developing a plan to improve local train service
The Register-Guard Diane Dietz May 8, 2011
Getting the Facts Straight
Discovery Institute Press Discovery Institute September 1, 2001
Gettting The Most Bang For Our Transportation Bucks
Seattle Times Larry Phillips July 20, 2005
Ghosts, Aliens and Us
Los Angeles Times David Klinghoffer December 8, 2008
Gilder Article in The American Spectator: "The Arab Debt to Jewish Settlement"
Discovery News Bruce Chapman May 28, 2011
Gilder Book a "Unique Contribution"
The Jerusalem Post Caroline Glick September 10, 2009
Gilder Cohosts Exciting Ninth Telecosm Conference
Discovery Institute Staff August 29, 2005
Gilder Meets His Critics
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1995
Gilder On Tech Innovation
Forbes Steve Forbes February 14, 2011
Gilder Responds to Wired: The Materialist Superstition
Discovery Institute George Gilder October 18, 2004
Gilder Shames the Pessimists
Globes Shlomi Cohen December 12, 2011
Gilder Throws Down a Gauntlet
Townhall.com Mona Charen July 31, 2009
Gilder to Moneynews: Obama's Anti-American Policies Have Trapped 'US' in Fiscal Swamp
Moneynews Kathleen Walter and Dan Weil January 18, 2013
Gilder's Popular Mini-Lecture
Discovery News Bruce Chapman July 8, 2014
Gilder's Triumph: Knowledge And Power
Forbes Rich Karlgaard June 26, 2013
Gilder, in Israel, Sees Still More Tech Inventions Coming
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman October 25, 2009
Gilder: This Is a Golden Age for Content
Bloomberg TV Bloomberg West August 6, 2013
Gingrich: Life Doesn't Begin at Conception Because That Would 'Open Up ... Very Difficult Questions'
CNS News Terence P. Jeffrey December 4, 2011
Give Big by Staying Small
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger December 3, 2014
Give Me That Old Time Evolution:
A Response to the New Republic
Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells October 12, 2005
Give Ronald Reagan the Nobel Peace Prize
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 8, 1997
Give Terminally Ill Patients Both Hope and Hospice
USAToday Arthur Caplan and Wesley J. Smith November 14, 2014
Give Thanks - It's Good For You
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman November 22, 2007
Global Greed Screed
Washington Times Richard Rahn July 3, 2003
Global Nag
The Washington Times Richard Rahn March 19, 2007
Global Protectors or Oppressors?
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn February 11, 2005
Global good news
The Washington Times Richard W. Rahn February 10, 2006
Go Green, Go Fast
Seattle Times Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew July 1, 2007
Go Green? Go West
Los Angeles Times Ronald Brownstein April 8, 2007
Go ahead, teach Darwinism, but tell both sides of the story
San Jose Mercury News John Angus Campbell, Stephen C. Meyer May 10, 1985
Go to the Sources
The Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer August 16, 2010
Goal: Getting From Here To There
The Seattle Times Snohomish Edition Peyton Whitely December 8, 2004
God ... Sort Of
Review of The Fifth Miracle: The Search for the Origin and Meaning of Life by Paul Davies (Simon & Schuster)
First Things 94 Michael J. Behe June 1, 1999
God and Design
The Teleological Argument and Modern Science
Routledge Manson, Neil A. April 1, 2003
God and Evolution
Protestants, Catholics, and Jews Explore Darwin's Challenge to Faith
Discovery Instittue Press Richards, Jay (editor) October 1, 2010
God and Matter: The Evolution of the Evolution Debate
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker August 20, 2005
God and Men on Election Day
National Review Online David Klinghoffer August 5, 2008
God and Science Are Back in the News, and Deservedly So. (Part 1 of 3)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 16, 1997
God's two books:
Nature and Scripture
National Post (Canada) Elizabeth Nickson May 5, 2001
God, Man and Physics
Weekly Standard David Berlinski February 18, 2002
God, Science and the Presidential Campaign
Tampa Bay Online John West December 26, 2007
Going My Way
The Seattle Times Editorial Board April 24, 2006
Going Private 2.0
The Deal William Weld April 3, 2009
Going for Lofty Goals
The Washington Times Philip Gold October 24, 1999
Gold Is The Money Of The Future: Gilder's 21st Century Case For Gold
Forbes Jerry Bowyer December 23, 2015
Goldman Sachs, Greed and Self-Interest
The Washington Times Jay Richards and Anne Bradley March 16, 2012
Goliath at Bay
Microsoft suddenly sees itself beset by broadband rebels and its own middle age
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1996
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