Barbara Forest has a talk recorded at Southern Methodist University on 11 November 2008, specifically about Texas.
She gives a great metaphor of intelligent design being a Trojan horse, not in the classical Greek sense, but like a Trojan horse that is a computer virus. It disguises itself as something beneficial and helpful... but when you actually try to run your computer, you discover everything is messed up.
For those who read this blog, there's not a whole lot new, but Forest's tracking of what people say is wonderfully comprehensive.
Additional: A good supplement to Forest's talk is this summary of objections raised by several State Board of Education members to people testifying on the Texas K-12 science standard. It totally fits with Forest's thesis that despite minor relabellings, the actual content of objections to evolution never, ever changes.