Some alumni were also angered by a report commissioned by the university last year by a marketing firm from Chicago that said that the word "South" often had negative connotations for students around the country; the weaker the connection between the South and the university's name, the better, the consultants said.
"Duke Cunningham is a hero. He is an honorable man of high integrity."
I am pleased to inform you that the Department Justice has approved
our merger with New Times. We expect to close in about a month or so. The
work on integrating the two companies will accelerate, but we will still be
functioning as separate entities until the closing.
Republican voters deserve to know how much money Bob Corker raised for the liberal Caucus and why in the world he would raise money for a group of Democrat legislators who are completely at odds with the conservative agenda that Republican legislators are trying to enact.
Screw candlelight vigils and letters to elected officials. We envision something more aggressive, and that doesn't require anyone's actions but our own: milk bottles with the pictures of former TennCare enrollees placed beside cash registers across the state, billboards asking those traveling our interstates why we can fund tax breaks for Nissan but not heart medication for Mrs. Smith, a high-profile public relations firm -- or a coalition of them -- unafraid to piss off state officials and willing to offer its services pro bono to such a campaign, and mailings asking potential donors to send money to agencies trying to meet the growing demand of Tennessee's sick and poor.
The flaws in the intelligence are plain enough in hindsight. But any suggestion that prewar information was distorted, hyped or fabricated by the leader of the nation is utterly false.
In his appearance Sunday...the vice president argued that "we believe [Hussein] has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear weapons." But Cheney contradicted that assertion moments later, saying it was "only a matter of time before he acquires nuclear weapons." Both assertions were contradicted earlier by Mohamed ElBaradei, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, who reported that "there is no indication of resumed nuclear activities." ElBaradei also contradicted Bush and other officials who argued that Iraq had tried to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes to use in centrifuges for uranium enrichment. The IAEA determined that Iraq did not plan to use imported aluminum tubes for enriching uranium and generating nuclear weapons. ElBaradei argued that the tubes were for conventional weapons and "it was highly unlikely" that the tubes could have been used to produce nuclear material. Cheney on Sunday said ElBaradei was "wrong" about Iraq's nuclear program and questioned the IAEA's credibility.
@P. (u) Wilson: I offer information and interesting news, you call me names. Name calling…
You can do it Pete. Feeding the trolls is pointless.
Whatever, Gast. I could post stuff that reflects my attitudes all day and you'd never…
"liberal death cult"? Are they the ones who lied about WMD's and got us involved…
Puss in Boots.........that fits him to a T!