I believe my current participation could be a distraction.
â€” major league baseball pitcher and accused steroids and HGH cheat Roger Clemens, in withdrawing from a scheduled appearance at an “event, which takes place largely at Disney Hollywood Studios, and lets fans interact with athletes and ESPN personalities and watch live ESPN programming”; Feb. 20.
I’m very excited about watching this game. I do want to thank your coaches. Thanks for coaching. Thanks for teaching people the importance of teamwork. I like baseball a lot, so thanks for teaching them how to play baseball, too.
â€” from President Bush’s remarks at a “tee ball” game between the Little Dragons and the Little Saints at Ghana International School in Accra, Ghana; Feb. 20. Continue reading →
While hardly as bad as the propaganda produced by Steve Milloy and DemandDebate.com, a survey commissioned by Colorado’s Donnell-Kay Foundation is another example of a survey that was used more broadly than can be justified given its methodology. And in the process, the results were unnecessarily spun by the Donnell-Kay Foundation in order to support greater state spending on public education. Continue reading →
The University of Colorado Regents have issued a statement apparently aimed at people who, like me, have deep reservations about their appointment of a highly partisan global warming denying oil executive who’s less educated than 99% of the college presidents in America and who has a track record of attacking the very foundations of tenure and academic freedom to run the university.
Put another way, a fox has been appointed head chicken.