Monthly Archives: March 2009

Denver Post Reveals Jurors Critical of Churchill Treatment in Academic Freedom Trial

 I feel it is injudicious to separate both the results of an investigation and the motivation for its formation. In Mr Churchill’s case, he was clearly the object of ideological rage and animus stemming from his essay on the 9/11 … Continue reading

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Ward Churchill Trial Blog Runs Gaza Remarks on Academic Freedom

I recently appeared on a Gaza Panel and noted the issues of academic freedom and the New McCarthyism as competing values in America. In particular in critiquing Israeli policy toward the besieged Palestinian nation there is a taboo on critical … Continue reading

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Chronicle Covers A.A.U.P.-Illinois letter to College of DuPage

The Chronicle of Higher Education has reported on the A.A.U.P. Illinois Confrence letter to the College of DuPage concerning their proposed draconian implementation of David Horowitz, Academic Bill of Rights and their egregious lack of shared governance with its faculty. … Continue reading

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A.A.U.P.-(national) Protest to College of DuPage

VIA FACSIMILE (630-858-2869)  March 18, 2009  Dr. Robert L. Breuder President College of DuPage 425 Fawell Boulevard Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137-6599  Mr. Micheal E. McKinnon Chair, Board of Trustees College of DuPage 425 Fawell Boulevard Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137-6599 Dear … Continue reading

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A.A.U.P.-Ill Letter to College of DuPage Board of Trustees

The following letter was sent by the American Association of University Professors (A.A.U.P.)- Illinois State Council to the Board of Trustees of the College of DuPage. They are considering the adoption of what journalist-author David Horowitz has advocated as the … Continue reading

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Ward Churchill Academic Freedom Trial Begins

The Ward Churchill trial begins after his ideologically inspired firing from his tenured professorship at the University of Colorado in Boulder on July 24, 2007. I received these items from Criticalthinking, a progressive organisation dedicated to preserving academic freedom and thwarting … Continue reading

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The Depression Comes to Sarasota

I was in Sarasota which is a Florida city on the west coast, south of Tampa and not far from Clearwater on the Gulf of Mexico where the N.F.L. players embarked prior to their demise during their fishing excursion. My … Continue reading

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