Joe Paterno is not looking guiding Coach Franklin and the Penn State football team from on high. Paterno is looking up from the Eighth Circle of Hell and wishing he’d been a decent human being instead of just a decent football coach.
DC Judge: Michael Mann’s defamation lawsuit against National Review, Competitive Enterprise Institute allowed to proceed
DC Court judge denies motions to dismiss Michael Mann’s defamation lawsuit requested by National Review and the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Climate scientist Michael Mann has sued the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the National Review for defamation over statements that accuse Mann of scientific misconduct and that compare him to convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.
by Brian Moritz News of the punishment came down first thing on Monday morning, July 23. More than eight months after scandal first broke at Penn State, about a month after former […]
<by Rafael Noboa y Rivera Should Penn State’s football program receive the “death penalty”? The NCAA – far more swiftly than most expected – is set to hand down its decision at […]
I am not a Louie Freeh sort of guy. He’s of that same Eagle Scout/Opus Dei strain of conservative Catholic as John Roberts. Yeah, he was appointed by Bill Clinton to be […]
The Trustees protected Penn State’s reputation when they unanimously voted to fire Joe Paterno. It’s my fellow alumni who are damaging the university’s reputation by supporting a coach who failed to meet his moral and ethical responsibilities.
The pro-Paterno rioters at Penn State showed a remarkable lack of self-awareness and/or intelligence when they rioted in support of a man who clearly failed to meet his ethical and moral duty even has he (barely) met the legal requirement to report sexual abuse.
I’ve been keeping my head down since the Penn State pedophilia scandal broke. You see, I’m a Penn State alum, and it’s taking me time to sort out how I feel about this. Right now, though, I know that nothing about the scandal will tarnish or erase my experiences from my time at Penn State.