At the Mirror of Justice, senior editor Robert P. George writes about not only the Kathleen Sibelius-Georgetown affair (which he sees involving some shrewdness), but a lesser-known controversy involving an invitation from Emory University to Dr. Benjamin Carson of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Carson, you see, has issues with Darwin. So, is this the reality: If you publicly fail to give a pledge of allegiance to evolution, you are an enemy of the people? Carson, by the way, is concerned that pure Darwinism undermines genuine ethics. I know there are Darwinists who have argued that Darwinism has a basis for ethics, but why should one side of that debate be considered beyond the pale of academic integrity and freedom? Is Darwin one of our gods who has given us the world as we know it? Does he even care what we make of his theory now?