Hat tip, AWTM.
By MELISSA LEE/Lincoln Journal Star
Thursday, Oct 16, 2008 - 12:24:33 pm CDT
William Ayers, a founder of an organization that bombed public buildings in protest against the Vietnam War, has been invited to speak at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln next month.
Ayers is scheduled to deliver a keynote address Nov. 15 during a weekend celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the founding of UNL’s Teachers College, now called the College of Education and Human Sciences.
The use of terror to achieve political ideology or make a political statement is the antithesis of what a department of education, or any university (purportedly a place that emphasizes the free exchange of ideas and learning). Why they chose to ask him to come escapes rational thought, unless they are going all in before the election, assuming jugears is going to win, and want to be FOBs (friendz of Brock.)
No, that couldn't be it, could it?
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