A great interview with Edward O. Wilson on Intelligent Design's many shortcomings.
He makes the point that the public version of ID concedes evolution inthe vast majority of the cases. Once that concession is made, there's not much left.
He also makes the point that anybody who can develop ID as a scientific theory would be come famous, winning at least the Nobel and Templeton Prize. For that reason alone, he pooh-poohs any claim of a vast Darwinist conspiracy. Scientists in competition with each other can't keep a secret.
A matter of fact takedown of Intelligent Design. Good Job!
(More about Edward O. Wilson here.)