Tennessee ousts rotten DA --
NASHVILLE The state Supreme Court temporarily suspended a district attorney general from practicing law in an order released Monday while an investigation of professional misconduct continues...
He is under investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for allegedly writing letters to an inmate without the knowledge of his attorney and discussing the mans guilty plea.
The court concluded that Gibson "poses a substantial threat of irreparable harm to the public."
How Duke finally got to commemorate 9/11
(shows the mind-set of the faculty...)
"Remembering 9/11 (Stephen Miller Discusses How Duke U's 9/11 Memorial Resistance Was Broken Alert)"
Perhaps my desire to have a 2,997 flag display to memorialize everyone whose life was taken that day, and the purchasing of flag pins which we will encourage people to wear so that we as a campus can come together to show our support for our nation which suffered so much pain and loss in that attack 5 years ago, clashed too strongly with their worldviews.
Consider part of the response I received from the new head of the political science department: I personally do not think that your approach is appropriate because it depersonalizes the tragedy by converting it into an American issue.