This article is pretty extreme in it’s messaging, but I do think it brings up valid points. (While I personally don’t mind articles with such strong messaging on top of their discussion, I don’t think it helps promote debate among the opposing camps)
The valid point is that in today’s political climate in the US it’s becoming more and more “politically incorrect” for scientists to speak up. While creationism has many obvious holes from a scientific standpoint, scientists are unwilling to publically discuss this. It’s especially important right now as the “Intelligent Design” folks are pushing their faith-masked-as-facts into schools.
I’m not saying that Evolution doesn’t have holes, but those holes are debated in public to an extreme degree. Let’s give both the same treatment.