Terrorist Supporter Fired

25 07 2007

Filed under: Ward Churchill, University of Colorado, Politics, Liberalism

Finally. And it’s about time. Ward Churchill, the hippy, terrorist defender has been fired by the University of Colorado’s governing board for his essay that compared 9/11 victims to a Nazi leader and ignited a national outrage.

Ward Churchill, who had vowed to sue if the Board of Regents took action against him, said immediately after the 8-1 vote was announced: “New game, new game.”

Three faculty committees had accused Churchill of plagiarism, falsification and other misconduct. The research allegations stem from some of Churchill’s other writings, although the investigation began after the controversy over his Sept. 11 essay.

“The decision was really pretty basic,” said university President Hank Brown, adding that the school had little choice but to fire Churchill to protect the integrity of the university’s research.

“The individual did not express regret, did not apologize, did not indicate a willingness to refrain from this type of falsification in the future,” Brown said.

The man is disturbed. Why would he express any regret or willingness to omit such absurdities in the future. While it is protected speech, it is not becoming of a university professor and thus the last straw in the decision to fire him.

Maybe he can team up with Mamma Moonbat, Cindy Sheehan, and they can take their radical duo show on the road. What a site that would be.




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