The American Statistical Association has released a statement on P Values. If you haven't read it, you should. There really isn't anything new here.
I've seen a few headlines already that have clearly misinterpreted the statement. Such as (I paraphrase), "ASA Declares the P Value Dead." Coupled with some variation of a dance around the carcass meme.
We're still sort of left wondering. How, when and why did the train jump the tracks?
Maybe it's too many people doing the scientific process and too few of them doing it grounded in a scientific philosophy. In other words, this one is on the scientists, not the statisticians.