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  • Earth's Polar Ice Melting Less Than Thought [but we're still doomed!]

    02/08/2012 11:13:58 AM PST · by Hunton Peck · 15 replies · 2+ views
    U.S.News & World Report ^ | February 8, 2012 | Jason Koebler
    Better technology yields better data. The bad news is the extra water from 2003-2010 would fill Lake Erie eight times By Jason Koebler February 8, 2012 RSS Feed Print Nearly 230 billion tons of ice is melting into the ocean from glaciers, ice caps, and mountaintops annually—which is actually less than previous estimates, according to new research by scientists at the University of Colorado, Boulder. If the amount of ice lost between 2003 and 2010 covered the United States, the whole country would be under one-and-a-half feet of water, or it'd fill Lake Erie eight times, researchers say. Ocean levels...
  • Georgia Tech Coming Out Week

    10/30/2005 1:32:12 PM PST · by freespirited · 15 replies · 1,047+ views
    Townhall ^ | 10/25/05 | Mike Adams
    Warning: This article contains sexual references that may be offensive to readers. Recently, a young Georgia Tech student wrote me an angry letter saying I had unfairly criticized some of last year’s Georgia Tech Coming Out Week (CTCOW) activities as “pornographic.” His missive contained classic liberal arguments like “Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!” and “You’re a homo!” I hope readers will trust that I am not a “homo” and that my pants are not presently “on fire.” If so, I can defend my use of the term “pornographic” in reference to at least one GTCOW event. A brief overview of...
  • The Evil Virus Upon Us (Universities)

    10/20/2005 8:23:58 AM PDT · by freespirited · 25 replies · 1,066+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 10/19/05 | Suzanne Fields
    A magazine cover story about postmodern life on the American college campus depicts three monkeys in cap and gown, covering their ears, eyes and mouth, a parody of the hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil caricature. But students at many colleges actually get quite the opposite. They're required to hear, see, speak and study all about evil, as long as it's the evil oppression of everybody in American society. There's an emphasis on multicultural studies and few campuses have escaped the disease, ... students study the life and murder of Tupac Shakur, the "gangsta" rapper ...There's "Queer...
  • Skepticism No Longer a Reporter's Mandate (Media Spins for Ward Churchill)

    08/25/2005 4:55:00 PM PDT · by freespirited · 2 replies · 401+ views
    Pirate Ballerina ^ | 8/25/05 | Jim Paine
    The facts are simple: Nine charges against Ward Churchill ranging from plagiarism and historical fabrication to ethnic fraud were considered by an inquiry subcommittee of CU's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct (SCRM). Of these, seven have been referred to an investigating committee for further investigation, which should eventually lead to recommendations to SCRM on Churchill's fate at CU. Only two of the allegations before the inquiry committee were not passed on for further investigation, one of which was a charge of ethnic fraud, which was more than likely the right thing to do. After all the effort we and others...
  • CU's Churchill to respond to committee

    08/24/2005 8:10:05 AM PDT · by freespirited · 12 replies · 981+ views
    Daily Camera ^ | 8/24/05 | Elizabeth Mattern Clark
    University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has two weeks to respond to a committee's recommendation that he undergo a full investigation for seven counts of alleged plagiarism and fabrication. The professor Tuesday called the status of the investigation against him "very encouraging," partly because two other claims — including an allegation that he falsified an American Indian identity — have been recommended for dismissal. But an expert on academic fraud said the case against Churchill sounds serious. "Any claims moving forward are serious because my sense of these proceedings is that you really make every effort to see the claim...
  • 2004 work nets Churchill a raise [Nutty Professor will get almost $100,000!]

    07/02/2005 9:19:59 PM PDT · by Alouette · 16 replies · 532+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | July 2, 2005 | Charlie Brennan
    University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill was awarded a 2.28 percent merit pay increase this week for work performed in 2004, a little less than his department's average recommended salary increase for professors. A statement released by CU said pay increases for Boulder campus faculty are approved by interim Chancellor Phil DiStefano and based on reviews and recommendations by committees at the department, school or college, and administrative levels. Churchill's increase was finalized Thursday. The average recommended increase for ethnic studies department faculty was 3.21 percent, according to the CU statement. "In 2004, Professor Churchill taught a higher number of...
  • CU prof defends military remarks {Ward Churchill BARF alert)

    06/30/2005 1:44:01 PM PDT · by freespirited · 35 replies · 1,123+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 6/30/05 | Jim Kirksey and Amy Herdy
    Controversial University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill says he does not advocate "fragging" U.S. military officers in spite of how recent comments he made have been portrayed. Churchill, speaking at an anti- military forum in Portland, Ore., military remarks "Conscientious objection removes a given piece of the cannon fodder from the fray," he said. "Fragging an officer has a much more impactful effect." His remarks were posted Sunday on the Pirate Ballerina blog site, which carries mostly anti- Churchill content. On Wednesday, Fox News' Bill O'Reilly played a tape of the remarks. Reached at his home in Boulder County on...
  • Churchill's Report Card (Ward's performance slipping)

    06/28/2005 4:28:25 PM PDT · by freespirited · 7 replies · 518+ views
    CU-Boulder professor Ward Churchill might be off his game. Students in his Native American studies classes gave him lower marks last semester than in past years. His GPA: 2.88 In one class, "Topical Issues/ Native North America," 52 students gave Churchill an average of three Cs, two Bs as well as a D-plus for "accessibility." Students in his other two classes, "American Indians in Film" and "FBI on Pine Ridge" gave Churchill mostly As and Bs. The firebrand professor earned only As and Bs from fall 2002 through fall 2004. The grades, gathered through end-of-semester Faculty Course Questionnaires, are used...
  • Exclusive: Is Churchill Guilty of Fiscal Misconduct?

    06/13/2005 9:06:40 AM PDT · by freespirited · 1 replies · 524+ views
    Pirate Ballerina ^ | 6/12/05 | Jim Paine
     Did Ward Churchill use his office at the University of Colorado, Boulder, for political and personal purposes contrary to university policy and state law? This is the question posed by one of our sources, who points us to evidence that Churchill may have done just that. In 1986, Churchill had his office at the Willard Administration Center on the campus of CU in Boulder. He was not yet a professor; rather, he was involved in the American Indian Equal Opportunities Program. A scanned image available on the AIM website*, shows that at least one letter Churchill sent on Colorado American Indian Movement...
  • College won't pursue inquiry [Lamar U Rejects Ward Churchill Complaint Against Thomas Brown}

    06/11/2005 4:07:47 PM PDT · by freespirited · 3 replies · 539+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 6/11/05 | Charlie Brennan
    A complaint by University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill alleging research misconduct and fraud against one of his academic critics will not be pursued by that professor's school. Churchill, whose own work is under review by CU's standing committee on research misconduct, filed a complaint earlier this week against Thomas Brown, a sociology professor at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. Brown is among the scholars who have accused Churchill of committing research misconduct by repeatedly writing - without factual basis - that the U.S. Army perpetrated genocide by deliberately spreading smallpox among the Mandan Indians in the Upper Missouri River...
  • And the verdict: He's got to go [Ward Churchill]

    06/11/2005 3:54:39 PM PDT · by freespirited · 17 replies · 1,135+ views
    This newspaper devoted a great deal of space this past week probing charges of academic misconduct against Ward Churchill, and not everyone of course had time to read it all. But if you examined even two or three stories and scanned the rest, we bet you reached the same conclusion we have: There is no way the University of Colorado can permit Churchill to remain on its staff without indicting the scholarship of every other professor. If Churchill's shoddy work is not beyond the pale, then the integrity of all research at the university is in doubt. All the facts...
  • Embattled Colorado Professor Files Complaint Against Texas Detractor

    06/09/2005 7:24:07 PM PDT · by TheOtherOne · 29 replies · 1,335+ views
    AP ^ | AP-ES-06-09-05 2159EDT
    Embattled Colorado Professor Files Complaint Against Texas Detractor The Associated Press Published: Jun 9, 2005 BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill, whose essay comparing some Sept. 11 victims to Nazis led to an investigation into his scholarship and ethnicity, has filed a complaint against one of his accusers. Churchill's complaint to Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, accuses assistant sociology professor Thomas Brown of academic misconduct. Brown has alleged Churchill fabricated crucial details in his argument that the Army committed genocide against Indians in the 1800s. In an e-mail to The Denver Post Wednesday, Brown said Churchill...
  • Churchill files complaint on accuser

    06/09/2005 8:26:12 AM PDT · by freespirited · 22 replies · 945+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 6/9/05 | Arthur Kane
    University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill, who has been accused of intimidating people who disagreed with him, has filed an academic-fraud complaint against one of the professors who accused him of misconduct. Churchill's complaint, alleging that Lamar University assistant sociology professor Thomas Brown committed research misconduct, arrived Tuesday. The complaint alleges misconduct in the research Thomas conducted to dispute Churchill's work. Churchill also called Lamar University's provost, the arts and sciences school dean and the chairman of the sociology department, saying he would file a complaint against Brown, said university spokesman Brian Sattler. Lamar is in Beaumont, Texas. "He was...
  • Piled Higher and Deeper

    06/01/2005 10:53:27 PM PDT · by freespirited · 10 replies · 1,019+ views
    Townhall ^ | 6/02/05 | Mike Adams
    When I graduated from college, one of my old high school friends said that a B.S. degree stood for "B.S." When I got my M.S. degree, he said it stood for "More S...". When I got my PhD, he said that stood for "Piled Higher and Deeper." At the time, I just thought he was just jealous. But recent events in higher education have caused me to rethink my position. For example, I learned this week that Olga Gershenson, a professor of Judaic and Near Eastern studies at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Barbara Penner, a professor of...
  • Diversity proposal roils university (U of Oregon)

    05/27/2005 1:30:12 PM PDT · by freespirited · 54 replies · 1,160+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 5/27/05 | Julia Silverman
    PORTLAND — An early draft of a five-year "diversity plan" for the University of Oregon has drawn a firestorm of criticism from faculty, prompting administrators to distance themselves from the proposal. The draft plan, billed as a "long-term vision for diversity," called for the university to hire up to 40 faculty members by 2012 to teach courses in a "cluster" of diversity-related topics, including race, gender, gay and disability studies. Under the plan, academic departments that hew closely to the university's diversity goals when hiring would be given "priority in the funding of new positions." The plan also would mandate...
  • PETA vs. J.Lo: Behind the scenes of a campaign

    05/22/2005 9:30:01 AM PDT · by wagglebee · 31 replies · 2,495+ views
    The Virginian Pilot ^ | 5/22/05 | Earl Swift
    He was close now. Patrick Kwan shuffled forward with the line, his eyes on the woman signing her name to the jackets of her new compact disc and making small talk with the fans led one at a time to meet her. He clutched a CD himself. He had shivered for hours through a snowstorm for the chance to spend hours more in this second queue – to be one of 500 fans who’d actually meet Jennifer Lopez. The payoff was now at hand. A man in a suit told Kwan to raise his arms. He did so. The man...
  • The Wildlife of Planet Cornell (funny!)

    05/05/2005 10:29:06 AM PDT · by freespirited · 21 replies · 955+ views
    Cornell University Daily Sun ^ | 05/03/05 | Sara Townsley
    From Aristotle to Linnaeus to Darwin, naturalists have been fascinated with the organisms that populate their environment. Like the Galapagos Islands, Cornell provides a sheltered habitat to a riotous array of creatures that would surely perish under harsher conditions. I've spent three years cataloging my observations of the vast biodiversity on campus, so here I report a rough taxonomy of the local fauna. Genus: Facultatum The Fire-Breathing Nighthawk. This formidable species can be found giving seditious public lectures, flirting with terrorist groups and abusing anyone who asks hard questions. Distinct from their credulous student spawn, these dreadful herdmasters can be...
  • Dominionist Domination: The Left runs with a wild theory.

    05/02/2005 10:07:53 AM PDT · by xsysmgr · 62 replies · 2,059+ views
    National Review Online ^ | May 02, 2005 | Stanley Kurtz
    What is the real agenda of the religious far Right? I’ll tell you what it is. These nuts want to take over the federal government and suppress other religions through genocide and mass murder, rather than through proselytizing. They want to reestablish slavery. They want to reduce women to near-slavery by making them property, first of their fathers, and then of their husbands. They want to execute anyone found guilty of pre-martial, extramaritial, or homosexual sex. They want to bring back the death penalty for witchcraft. But aren’t extremists like this far from political power? On the contrary, the...
  • Buchanan visit opposed

    04/01/2005 8:49:45 AM PST · by freespirited · 16 replies · 588+ views
    <p>KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- A city commissioner doesn't want conservative commentator Pat Buchanan to speak at Western Michigan University.</p> <p>Mr. Buchanan, a former White House aide who ran for president three times, is scheduled to speak Thursday at the university on topics including immigration and America's "culture war." Commissioner David Juarez said Mr. Buchanan has a "track record of creating divisions" among races, the Kalamazoo Gazette reported.</p>
  • Ward Churchill: A contentious life

    03/26/2005 10:25:53 PM PST · by freespirited · 20 replies · 1,242+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 3/26/05 | Charlie Brennan
    The packed room crackled with anticipation, and the man with a career-long penchant for drama and confrontation must have relished this opportunity. The cadence of a ceremonial drumbeat and American Indian chanting heralded his arrival. The introduction given him was fiery, stoking anger for the opposition, real and imagined. And then, cameras flashing, Ward Churchill stepped to the podium, words of defiance ready on his lips, his black-leather-clad security entourage shoulder-to-shoulder on the stage behind him. "Hello, my relatives," Churchill greeted the crowd, using his usual speech opener. It reflects the spirit of Mitakuye Oyasin, a Lakota Indian phrase meaning...
  • Churchill: I won't cooperate

    03/26/2005 9:26:40 PM PST · by freespirited · 52 replies · 1,737+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 3/26/05 | Charlie Brennan
    SAN FRANCISCO - Ward Churchill told a sold-out crowd of ardent supporters here Friday night that he will not cooperate with the University of Colorado investigation into his academic record. He made that declaration at the tail end of a bitter indictment of interim Chancellor Phil DiStefano's allegation Thursday that Churchill might have misrepresented his ethnic status to buttress the credibility of his work. Churchill said it is befitting of a "lunatic asylum" that a committee is being charged with the task of determining, among other things, if he is an American Indian, as he has long claimed. "I am...
  • Christoper Hitchens, Bill Donohue Debate Terri Schiavo Case on Hardball (Unbelievable!)

    03/25/2005 9:14:55 PM PST · by freespirited · 78 replies · 3,260+ views
    MATTHEWS: Christopher, what do you think should have been the federal role in this case? CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS: there‘s no role for anyone in this case, because there isn‘t a life, unfortunately, to save. Mrs. Schiavo is dead and has been for some time. . . . . We don‘t have bodies. We are bodies. When the brain is gone, you are gone. No physician who‘s attended her in any capacity has said that she‘s anything but totally brain-dead. She‘s not disabled. She‘s gone. DONAHUE: She is not brain-dead. She is brain-damaged. . . . HITCHENS: No. DONAHUE: . . ....
  • A Texan Ward Churchill (Warning: Robert Jensen profile)

    03/25/2005 1:50:25 PM PST · by freespirited · 11 replies · 507+ views
    Fromt Page Magazine ^ | 3/21/05 | Joe Wilson
    Robert Jensen is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Texas, a radical who opposes the war in Iraq, American military reprisal for 9/11, even minimal precautions to protect U.S. borders, any semblance of capitalism, and any restrictions on race-based preferences in hiring or education. He regards the war of Islamic radicals against the West in general and America in particular as a justified war against imperialism. In a recent article on Web publication Alternet, Jensen dismissed U.S. efforts to bring democracy to Iraq and claimed, all evidence to the contrary, that America’s real intention is hegemony over...
  • CU chancellor passes the buck

    03/25/2005 9:31:47 AM PST · by freespirited · 1 replies · 231+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/25/05 | David Harsanyi
    At this rate, it'll have to be a retroactive decision. By the time CU fires Ward Churchill, Colorado's infamous professor will have retired with a dozen additional tomes on American imperialism under his belt. "My Life in Nazi America: How to live on a $95K and still be oppressed." That's if CU ever fires him. Which seems highly unlikely. But wherever you fall on this issue, you have to hand it to the university. Who knew academics were this adept at politics? They must be churning out media consultants by the hundreds. For a lesson, students needed only to watch...
  • Official: Diversity key in hunt for president

    03/24/2005 8:43:01 AM PST · by freespirited · 38 replies · 760+ views
    Boulder Daily Camera ^ | 3/24/05 | Elizabeth Mattern Clark
    The University of Colorado should make sure candidates for the school's presidency place an emphasis on attracting and retaining minorities, one official told the Board of Regents on Wednesday. Assuring that the search committee "makes diversity part of the discussion would not only be important, but it hasn't happened sometimes in the past when it should," said Carmen Williams, assistant vice president for diversity at CU. The regents are expected today to select a search committee to replace President Elizabeth Hoffman, who announced her resignation March 7. After hearing a report that minority enrollment is stagnant — students of color...
  • Lynch mob active in Cambridge (Harvard barf alert)

    03/15/2005 10:59:44 PM PST · by freespirited · 5 replies · 314+ views
    Mossback Culture ^ | 3/15/04 | Richard Bennett
      The politically correct faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard passed a surprise no-confidence vote against Larry Summers last night:   Summers’ January remarks — off-the-record, he believed — prompted angry criticism from many faculty, students and alumni; others, however, defended him, saying Summers was simply engaging in a legitimate academic debate.The criticism quickly expanded into a broader attacks on the president’s allegedly blunt management style and his vision for the university, including major projects to expand Harvard’s campus across the Charles River in Boston, and his ideas about what direction scientific research should take.J. Lorand Matory, the anthropology...
  • Churchill buyout revisited: Private funding may be in works

    03/14/2005 8:10:38 AM PST · by freespirited · 24 replies · 754+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/14/05 | Dave Curtin
    A report from a three-person committee investigating the scholarship of University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill is not expected as scheduled today and could be pushed back as much as two weeks, university sources said Sunday night. The delay raises the possibility of restarting negotiations to buy out Churchill's contract, this time using private rather than university funds, say sources close to the university. "There is the exploration of a private donor - if we settle at all - so there wouldn't be any tax dollars involved at all," said one source close to negotiations. Churchill's attorney, David Lane, said...
  • Attention profs: Quick cash! No work required! Get your buyout now!

    03/14/2005 8:04:35 AM PST · by freespirited · 6 replies · 622+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/14/05 | Jim Spencer
    Dear Tenured University of Colorado Faculty Member: Are you tired of lecturing to kids more interested in cellphones than scholarship? Did the last round of state budget cuts leave you with classes the size of a Sudanese refugee camp? Worry no more. As your board of regents contemplates paying your obnoxious colleague Ward Churchill hundreds of thousands of dollars to leave his CU job, Roasted Chickens Press announces its opening. For a mere 15 percent of your settlement, the insult-happy crew at Roasted Chickens will create and publish works bearing your name that are guaranteed to offend as surely as...
  • Regents balk at Churchill deal

    03/12/2005 10:12:06 AM PST · by freespirited · 62 replies · 1,847+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/12/05 | Arthur Kane and Dave Curtin
    Settlement negotiations between the University of Colorado and professor Ward Churchill stalled Friday because of renewed opposition by groups that want to see him fired even if it takes a court fight to make him go away. "The ball is in CU's court," said Churchill attorney David Lane, who confirmed negotiations have hit a wall. Late Thursday, a settlement was all but done after lawyers for Churchill and the university agreed on financial terms. But when revelations arose Friday about a plagiarism complaint against Churchill, regents balked. Churchill critics, including former state Senate President John Andrews, and private citizens across...
  • Talks Hit Snag (Churchill alert)

    03/12/2005 9:58:07 AM PST · by freespirited · 34 replies · 876+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 3/12/05 | Stuart Steers and Charlie Brennan
    Allegations that University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill plagiarized and threatened a professor in Canada scuttled negotiations Friday for a financial settlement that would have ended Churchill's employment at CU. Churchill and the university were close to an agreement that would have required the professor to give up his tenured position in exchange for a substantial payment, but several sources said a report in Friday's Rocky Mountain News disrupted those talks. The News has also learned that a prominent American Indian artist told law enforcement authorities in New Mexico that Churchill threatened violence against him. The Friday story detailed accusations...
  • No License to Lie (best analysis yet of case against Ward Churchill)

    03/11/2005 2:40:40 PM PST · by freespirited · 4 replies · 847+ views
    Claremont Institute of Colorado ^ | 3/4/05 | Jessica and Robert Corry
      CLAREMONT INSTITUTE For the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy Western States Office Denver ========================================================= NO LICENSE TO LIE Standards for Impartial Judgment In the Churchill Tenure Investigation At CU-BoulderA Legal Review Ahead of the Regents' Report By Jessica Peck Corry and Robert J. Corry, Jr. March 4, 2005 Is there valid cause for the University of Colorado to terminate Ward Churchill, its tenured professor of ethnic studies?Would such an action withstand legal scrutiny in court?Is the university's current investigation of the Churchill matter, leading up to a March 7 report to the Board of Regents by a committee...
  • Churchill buyout near

    03/11/2005 7:52:00 AM PST · by freespirited · 42 replies · 1,272+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/11/05 | Dave Curtin
    Embattled University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has reached an agreement with the school on the dollar terms of a buyout proposal - now both sides have to decide whether they can accept the implications of making a deal, according to sources familiar with the talks. Three people close to the negotiations between lawyers for Churchill and CU said the sides had agreed to a dollar figure "much less" than $1 million and, perhaps, less than $500,000. But in addition to the money, Churchill wants to make sure his reputation isn't impugned as he leaves CU and that the university...
  • Lawyers in retirement negotiations (CU negotiating buyout with Churchill)

    03/10/2005 10:00:13 AM PST · by freespirited · 20 replies · 547+ views
    Daily Camera ^ | 3/10/05 | Elizabeth Mattern Clark
    The University of Colorado’s attorneys are attempting to negotiate with embattled professor Ward Churchill’s attorney over a retirement settlement that could head off an expensive legal battle. CU Regent Michael Carrigan confirmed Wednesday that a settlement is one of the options "on the table." Churchill's attorney, David Lane, has said the professor would consider retiring for the right price. Wednesday evening, Churchill said there was "nothing to report" on a buyout. A source close to the process, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said that if CU fired Churchill, the court challenge that would inevitably ensue would cost the...
  • Lawrence of Absurdia (proposes Larry Summers has mild form of autism)

    03/10/2005 9:39:23 AM PST · by freespirited · 2 replies · 1,152+ views
    Boston Magazine ^ | March 2005 | Richard Bradley
    In January of 1991, economist Lawrence Summers took a leave from his Harvard professorship and moved to Washington to work for the World Bank. His job was to create economic plans for countries in need of aid. It was a weighty task, but Summers relished the challenge. Using the kind of provocative imagery for which he would become notorious, he once explained that countries without a strong central government and vigorous private sector were like "a cripple . . . with no legs, pushing himself around on a crude board with wheels, surviving only with begging and trying to look...
  • CU delays Churchill review (to craft buy-out offer)

    03/09/2005 7:44:42 AM PST · by freespirited · 28 replies · 631+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 3/8/05 | Dave Curtin
    The University of Colorado's review of Ward Churchill's scholarship has been delayed, perhaps until Monday, partly to allow lawyers time to craft a buyout offer, according to a person close to the process. The original March 3 deadline for the Churchill review has been pushed back twice now as a three-member committee of CU administrators wrestles with his writings, including an essay comparing some 9/11 victims to Nazi Adolf Eichmann. Tuesday, Churchill's attorney, David Lane, said he is "not at liberty" to discuss any talks he might have had with the university on a buyout proposal. He said again, however,...
  • An Anchor Around the Democratic Party's Neck

    03/05/2005 4:44:06 PM PST · by freespirited · 30 replies · 1,543+ views
    Moonbattery ^ | 3/3/05
    As you probably know, all-purpose fraud Ward Churchill brought his touring one-man carnival to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on Tuesday, to the delight of his hebephrenic admirers. Hired by the university to bleat about the plight of allegedly oppressed Indians, he yapped instead about himself and his depraved opinion that the mass-murdering terrorists of 9/11 were the good guys. Drunk on the attention his outrageous views have attracted, Churchill continued to regurgitate venom on the country he so undeservingly calls his home, not backing an inch away from his characterization of the murder of 3000 American civilians as a justified act.Nor...
  • AAR... Ward Churchill protest

    03/02/2005 12:15:34 PM PST · by Thunder90 · 30 replies · 3,156+ views
    We did it... We protested churchill. There was a collection of pro-Churchill moonbats that showed up, and we protested them as well.
  • More trouble for Ward Churchill

    02/27/2005 7:37:24 AM PST · by alienken · 95 replies · 4,406+ views
    TROUBLE SPEAK Ward Churchill copied 'original' art piece Takes a swing at TV reporter who confronted him -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: February 26, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com Professor Ward Churchill Adding to a growing list of allegations, controversial University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill appears to have violated copyright law by claiming a reknowned artist's work as his own. Churchill, whose integrity has been challenged since news broke earlier last month of his paper blaming victims of 9-11 for the attacks, made an Indian-theme serigraph in 1981 called "Winter Attack" and printed 150 copies. But one of the buyers,...
  • Talbott: Swear loyalty or be fired [U of Colorado Marxist Professor Alert]

    02/26/2005 8:27:19 PM PST · by freespirited · 31 replies · 1,107+ views
    Daily Camera ^ | 2/25/05 | Clint Talbott
    Elissa Guralnick is a tenured English professor at the University of Colorado. She holds two advanced degrees from Yale and has served the university honorably for nearly 32 years. But if she doesn't sign a loyalty oath by 5 p.m. today, she says, the university promises to fire her. Never mind that she signed it three decades ago. Never mind that she's not required to sign again. This is the utter madness of the Ward Churchill hullabaloo. Churchill, the CU professor who likens 9/11 twin-tower victims to Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, signed a loyalty oath when he was hired,...
  • Ad demands halt to review (CU professors demand no accountability)

    02/26/2005 9:27:29 AM PST · by freespirited · 35 replies · 1,070+ views
    Daily Camera ^ | 2/26/05 | Elizabeth Mattern Clark
    Nearly 200 University of Colorado faculty members have bought a full-page newspaper ad demanding that school officials halt their investigation of Ward Churchill's work. The ad is scheduled to run in Monday's Daily Camera. It calls for an end to the 30-day review of the American Indian studies professor that school officials expect to complete by mid-March. The investigation was a response to political pressure and not based on "any prior formal complaint of specific professional or academic misconduct on his part," it said. The statement defends Churchill's "right to speak what he believes to be the truth" based on...
  • WARD CHURCHILL: CAUGHT ON TAPE ADVOCATING TERRORISM (transcripts of audio)

    02/24/2005 12:44:58 PM PST · by freespirited · 42 replies · 1,993+ views
    Transcript for Part I: Question from audience: You mentioned a little bit ago, ‘Why did it take a bunch of Arabs to do what you all should have done a long time ago,’ that’s my question. And as a white man standing here in your midst from a fairly liberal/conservative/middle of the road background—and I tell people I’m so far left I’m coming up on the rigt—and I’d like you to respond to, why shouldn’t we do something and how could we move so they don’t see us coming? Churchill: I’m gonna repeat that, tell me if I got that...
  • Exposing 'Chicken' University of Hawaii Professors

    02/24/2005 9:12:26 AM PST · by freespirited · 12 replies · 963+ views
    Hawaii Reporter ^ | 2/24/05 | Laura Brown
    In the days following the slaughter of 3,000 human beings on Sept. 11 by followers of Osama bin Laden, after a huge hole was ripped in the fabric of all that is considered humane and decent, University of Hawaii Hawaiian Studies Professor Haunani-Kay Trask ignored the grief of an entire nation and coldly parroted the comment of Malcolm X after President John F. Kennedy was killed: “Chickens have come home to roost.” This week, Trask was the lead cheerleader for University of Colorado Professor Ward Churchill, a man she introduced at a press conference as a “comrade” whom she has...
  • Ward Churchill's Military Claims Proven False

    02/23/2005 10:57:19 AM PST · by Terabitten · 65 replies · 2,928+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | 11 FEB 05 | Gunny Bob
    DENVER—An exhaustive investigation by Bob Newman of Newsradio 850 KOA (Denver), who is also a frequent guest military & terrorism analyst on the FOX News Channel and a Men's News Daily columnist, into the genuine Vietnam service record of radical University of Colorado Professor Ward Churchill, has revealed that Churchill’s claimed combat experience is in direct contradiction to his official military records. After a confidential source provided Mr. Newman with documents pertaining to Professor Churchill’s military service and his employment at the University of Colorado, Mr. Newman began an investigation into the documents’ authenticity. Using his own sources and calling...
  • School can't locate Churchill's thesis: UI officials not sure master's paper was required

    02/23/2005 8:48:38 AM PST · by freespirited · 138 replies · 3,184+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 2/23/05 | Berny Morson
    University of Illinois officials said Tuesday they can't locate Ward Churchill's master's thesis and aren't sure if he was required to write one. The embattled University of Colorado ethnic-studies professor claims undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Illinois' Springfield campus, which was known as Sangamon State University until 1995. Springfield is in Sangamon County. University of Illinois at Springfield spokeswoman Cheryl Peck confirmed that Churchill received a bachelor's degree in 1974 and a master's degree in 1975. But no thesis is on file, she said. "We can't say for sure he didn't write one," Peck said. It is...
  • Churchill fatwah accuses CIA and FBI of terrorism and of being a secret police

    02/21/2005 10:58:56 AM PST · by Snapple · 26 replies · 1,707+ views
    Orlando Direct Action Homepage ^ | No date given | Ward Churchill
    Ward Hill as a member of the schismatic Boulder/Denver branch of AIM [American Indian Movement] as spent his whole life trashing the FBI and police. Here is what he said in his "Roosting Chickens" article. He is an anarchist who publishes his books through anarchist publishers. He wants to trash our law enforcement and intelligence organizations so that we will be destroyed. He doesn't want to make them better. He want the USA off the planet. He has often depicted the FBI and CIA as terrorist organizations.
  • Churchill panel already in his corner

    02/22/2005 12:18:13 PM PST · by freespirited · 36 replies · 927+ views
    It is increasingly clear that two of the three members of the University of Colorado committee reviewing Ward Churchill's work to determine if he is fit to remain on the faculty have no business being on the panel. The most compromised committee member is Todd Gleeson, dean of the college of arts and sciences. Gleeson has delivered his judgment of professor Churchill's work on several occasions over the years - most notably in 2003 when he offered the ethnic studies professor a generous retention package. At that time he praised Churchill's teaching and "outstanding contribution to scholarship." Gleeson has also...
  • Questions DiStefano should answer: Churchill critics deserve answers to allegations

    02/22/2005 12:10:57 PM PST · by freespirited · 9 replies · 473+ views
    In little more than two weeks, an academic committee headed by CU Chancellor Phil DiStefano will issue a report on whether Professor Ward Churchill's "conduct, including his speech, provide any grounds for dismissal for cause, as described in the Regents' laws." It may be the most important document they've prepared in their lives. What's at stake, potentially, is not only the professional fate of Churchill. Hanging in the balance is also the university's interpretation of academic tenure itself. Does tenure shield professors from discipline for any speech, no matter how menacing; from any written claims, no matter how false; from...
  • Wisconsin Assembly Votes on Resolution Condemning Ward Churchill Essay Tomorrow February 22

    02/21/2005 3:55:49 PM PST · by freespirited · 9 replies · 1,087+ views
    2005 ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION 15 Relating to: condemning the anti-American hate speech promoted by Professor Ward L. Churchill. Whereas, the United States of America was attacked on September 11, 2001, a day that will be remembered as one of the darkest in American history; and Whereas, the terrorists that attacked America that day murdered more than 3,000 innocent people who were doing nothing more than enjoying the inalienable rights of a free people; and Whereas, the families of those who were lost on September 11, 2001, are still in the agonizing process of grieving and recovery, enduring immeasurable pain from...
  • Churchill tenure questioned: Professor was granted job security without usual review process

    02/16/2005 9:33:09 AM PST · by freespirited · 42 replies · 1,329+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 2/16/05 | Berny Morson and Charlie Brennan
    BOULDER - A high-ranking University of Colorado official urged a faculty appointment for Ward Churchill in 1990, despite questions about his academic credentials. Less than a year later, Churchill landed a coveted tenured faculty position, bypassing the rigorous, six-year academic review that normally precedes tenure, according to CU documents. The correspondence between then-Vice Chancellor for Academic Services Kaye Howe and Dean of Arts and Sciences Charles Middleton sheds more light on how Churchill, who faces possible firing, rose in the ranks at CU. Although Churchill's scholarship is under fire now for alleged sloppiness and fabrication, CU officials in 1990 considered...
  • Questions stoke Ward Churchill's firebrand past

    02/13/2005 11:37:27 AM PST · by freespirited · 25 replies · 1,308+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 2/13/05 | Dave Curtin et al
    He is inspirational or, perhaps, controversial enough to draw 1,000 mostly admiring people at a moment's notice for a speech last week. At the same time, he is so polarizing that a pair of fellow academics and several Indian leaders devoted countless hours to debunking his ancestry and his scholarship long before he became famous for demonizing the victims of Sept. 11. Today, the debate over Ward Churchill's contentious essay on the terror attacks has mushroomed into clearly divergent camps of those who find his writing, philosophy or scholarship repugnant - including families of Sept. 11 victims - and those...