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  • Who Is White House Visitor Hisham Altalib?

    09/26/2012 3:46:20 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 20 replies ^ | September 26, 2012 | Michelle Malkin
    On Friday, March 30, 2012, Hisham Y. Altalib visited the White House. According to visitor logs, Altalib was received by Joshua DuBois, the director of President Obama's Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Four days later, White House officials welcomed a foreign delegation of the radical Sharia-enforcing Muslim Brotherhood from Egypt. The White House meeting with overseas Muslim Brotherhood leaders was reported in April by a few mainstream journalists and questioned loudly by conservative media. But the White House confab in March with U.S.-based Altalib -- which appears to be a prep session with the global Muslim Brotherhood's American...
  • Purdue’s original ‘Golden Girl’ dies at 73

    01/07/2010 3:43:23 PM PST · by muawiyah · 14 replies · 1,101+ views
    Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana ^ | December 28,2009 | Staff Writer
    Juanita Carpenter Richardson, 73, Purdue’s first Golden Girl, died in San Diego, CA, on Dec. 25, 2009, following a short illness. Director Emeritus of Bands Al G. Wright recruited Juanita to come to Purdue from Colorado and perform as a solo twirler with the “All-American” Marching Band in1954. Her blond hair, gold sequin costume and twirling talents combined to make her an instant fan favorite. She twirled two football seasons, in 1954 and 1955, but the name given to her - Purdue’s Golden Girl - created a tradition that continues to this day.
  • Judge Refuses To Throw Out Bush Threat Case Against Purdue Student-(Anti-Bush Internet Spammer)

    06/04/2007 9:28:41 AM PDT · by tcrlaf · 34 replies · 3,869+ views
    WRTV-6 ^ | 6-2-07 | WRTV
    HAMMOND, Ind. -- A Federal judge refused to throw out a Purdue University student's indictment on charges alleging he urged the assassination of President George Bush and made threats against other administration officials. Friday's ruling by U.S. District Court Judge James Moody clears the way for Vikram Buddhi's trial to begin June 25 in Moody's Hammond courtroom. Buddhi, an Indian national who was attending advanced engineering classes at Purdue's West Lafayette campus, faces an 11-count complaint for alleged comments he made in an Internet chat room in 2005 and 2006. The indictment alleges that he made threats against the president,...
  • Ayers to defile Purdue University

    09/07/2009 5:44:14 PM PDT · by Nachum · 24 replies · 1,437+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 9/7/09 | Matthew May
    William Ayers will appear at Purdue University on September 24th as a panelist about urban schools as part of the first annual Cummings-Perrucci Annual Lecture on Race, Class, and Gender Equality. Ayers will hit the campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, according to a story in today’s Lafayette Journal & Courier under the curious headline “Ex-radical to attend forum at Purdue.” Ex-radical? According to the story, some groups are already organizing protests against Ayers and the university. Political Science professor Harry Targ – who was singled out in David Horowitz’s book as one of America’s most dangerous academics – takes his...
  • Mom says Patriot Act stripped son of due process

    05/05/2009 12:32:40 PM PDT · by hiredhand · 103 replies · 2,704+ views
    WRAL News, Raleigh NC ^ | Apr 29 2009 | WRAL News, Raleigh NC
    Oxford, N.C. — Sixteen-year-old Ashton Lundeby's bedroom in his mother's Granville County home is nothing, if not patriotic. Images of American flags are everywhere – on the bed, on the floor, on the wall. But according to the United States government, the tenth-grade home-schooler is being held on a criminal complaint that he made a bomb threat from his home on the night of Feb. 15.
  • U.S. attorney addresses case of North Carolina boy held in South Bend [Patriot Act Case]

    05/07/2009 2:36:46 PM PDT · by jaydubya2 · 19 replies · 911+ views
    WSBT ^ | May 7, 2009 | WSBT
    HAMMOND, Ind. — The U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Indiana issued a press release Thursday in response to media reports about the arrest of 16-year-old Ashton Lundeby of North Carolina, who is being held at the Juvenile Justice Center in South Bend. According to the release by U.S. attorney David Capp, his office “previously announced that a juvenile was arrested pursuant to a federal warrant. The arrest stems from a false bomb threat directed to Purdue University on Feb. 15 and similar threats directed to other schools. “The FBI, the Purdue University Police Department and the Tippecanoe County...
  • Federal Grand Jury Returns Indictment on Internet Bomb Threats

    07/10/2009 12:39:15 AM PDT · by Cindy · 2 replies · 505+ views
    Note: The following text is a quote: Federal Grand Jury Returns Indictment on Internet Bomb Threats Hammond, IN—The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Indiana announced that a three-count indictment was returned against Ashton Lundeby for his role in Internet bomb and related threats directed to Purdue University, Indiana University/Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Ind., and numerous other educational institutions throughout the country. Lundeby, 16, of Oxford, N.C., was arrested by the FBI at his home in Oxford on March 6, 2009. A federal search warrant was also executed at that time. Lundeby was arrested pursuant to a...
  • Read a Book, Get Charged with Racial Harassment

    05/12/2008 3:08:16 PM PDT · by neverdem · 50 replies · 283+ views
    American Thinker ^ | May 12, 2008 | Selwyn Duke
    The May 9 edition of the New York Post carries a short article by an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis student named Keith John Sampson. He tells a story of how he was charged with "racial harassment" simply because he was "caught" reading an anti-Ku Klux Klan book. I'm not kidding.  Sampson tells his story: The book was Todd Tucker's 'Notre Dame vs. the Klan: How the Fighting Irish Defeated the Ku Klux Klan'; I was reading it on break from my campus job as a janitor. The same book is in the university library . . . . But that didn't...
  • Bush death threat tied to PU student

    04/19/2006 7:18:09 PM PDT · by ByDesign · 21 replies · 1,042+ views ^ | 04/18/06 | Danielle Braff
    Bush death threat tied to PU student By Danielle Braff Post-Tribune staff writer A Purdue University graduate student was arrested and charged with threatening to kill President George W. Bush, Laura Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Vikram Buddhi allegedly posted the detailed and threatening messages on an online message board. Buddhi has been studying industrial engineering at the university, having moved temporarily from India to his new home in West Lafayette 10 years ago on a student visa. He was originally hired as a teaching assistant in the math department but was removed from...
  • Purdue Christmas tree gets name back

    12/08/2005 1:07:22 PM PST · by Pikamax · 12 replies · 488+ views
    Sun Times ^ | 12/07/05 | AP
    Purdue Christmas tree gets name back December 8, 2005 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- The Norwegian spruce in the Purdue Memorial Union's Great Hall is a Christmas tree again. The Purdue Student Union Board, which had christened the 28-foot tree the ''Union tree'' in the interest of diversity, voted this week to return to the traditional name. The decision followed a lengthy discussion over what the tree has been called over the years -- and why, said Heather Owen, program director at the Purdue Memorial Union. The decision to refer to the tree as the ''Union tree'' drew criticism from some...
  • Indoctrination at Purdue

    12/13/2004 8:58:23 AM PST · by RepCath · 8 replies · 951+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | December 12, 2004 | David Horowitz, Thomas Ryan
    Professor Harry Targ is the director for the Peace Studies program at Purdue University, a state college in the Indiana system. Professor Targ is a member of the National Executive Committee of the “Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS).” This is a faction of the Communist Party USA that was expelled in 1991 for opposing the hard-liner coup against the Soviet Union’s last dictator Mikhail Gorbachev. Targ’s views on the questions of war and peace are standard Communist doctrine: “We need to clarify the connections between U.S. capitalism, global conquest, and visions of empire…we need to discover where...
  • Purdue Suspends Aide Over Anti-Gay Boycott

    12/07/2004 12:37:12 PM PST · by RonF · 54 replies · 1,383+ views
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A Purdue University student has been suspended from his job as a physics department assistant and may lose the job after objecting to Purdue's United Way campaign because the charity supports anti-gay groups such as the Boy Scouts. Mike Sloothaak was placed on administrative suspension without pay Nov. 19 after protesting United Way solicitations from the Northwest Indiana university's president and Andrew Hirsch, head of the school's physics department. Those solicitations included an email from the physics department in October that listed all physics graduate students and staff who hadn't returned their United Way pledge forms....
  • Printer forensics to aid homeland security, tracing counterfeiters [trace docs to specific printers]

    10/14/2004 6:42:13 PM PDT · by Mike Fieschko · 13 replies · 527+ views
    Purdue University ^ | Oct 12, 2004 | Emil Venere
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Researchers at Purdue University have developed a method that will enable authorities to trace documents to specific printers, a technique law-enforcement agencies could use to investigate counterfeiting, forgeries and homeland security matters. The technique uses two methods to trace a document: first, by analyzing a document to identify characteristics that are unique for each printer, and second by designing printers to purposely embed individualized characteristics in documents. The technique currently focuses on laser printers but eventually will be expanded to inkjet printers, said Edward J. Delp, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue. Findings...
  • Uncomfortable surroundings

    01/25/2004 12:27:43 PM PST · by Sweet_Sunflower29 · 6 replies · 177+ views
    Journal Sentinel Online ^ | January 25, 2004
    Milwaukeean struggles with the feeling that he's an outsider both on campus and back home It's a frigid Saturday morning in November, but the Purdue University students do not seem to feel the cold. They spill in and out of main street pubs, dressed in an assortment of flesh-exposing costumes, revving themselves up for the afternoon's football game against Iowa. They are safe and self-assured. This moment is all that matters. Corey Benson, a Purdue freshman, left behind the urban neighborhoods of Milwaukee's north side for the sheltered structure of this campus, an engineer's dream. He doubts that he would...
  • U.S. Warned of Agriculture Import Status

    09/25/2003 11:17:09 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 3 replies · 199+ views
    The Kansas City Star ^ | Thursday, September 25, 2003 | RICK CALLAHAN -- Associated Press
    For education and discussion only. Not for commercial use.INDIANAPOLIS - After more than 40 years of exporting more meat, grains and produce than it imports, the United States is on the brink of becoming a net agricultural importer, two economists warn. If current trends continue, Purdue University economists Phil Paarlberg and Phil Abbott say agriculture imports could overtake exports by 2007, driven by a sluggish export market and consumers' growing appetite for foods grown overseas. From mangos to baby back ribs, Americans are eating more foods that are either not produced in America or in amounts too small to meet...
  • Purdue biologists receive nearly $18 million to study infectious diseases

    09/14/2003 8:54:14 AM PDT · by Dr. Marten · 2 replies · 236+ views ^ | Chad Boutin
      Purdue News Purdue biologists receive nearly $18 million to study infectious diseases WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – As part of a major U.S. presidential initiative to combat bioterrorism, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a pair of grants to Purdue University researchers to help the group study viruses thought to have potential as biological weapons.While the two grants are to support research projects that are independent of one another, together they will allow Purdue biologists to pursue both basic research on viruses and also speed the development of antiviral agents that could stem from this basic research. Richard J....
  • Purdue Research Hints That Birds Could Spread Ebola Virus

    12/17/2002 8:45:52 AM PST · by blam · 14 replies · 358+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 12-17-2002 | Purdue University
    Source: Purdue University Date: 12/17/2002 Purdue Research Hints That Birds Could Spread Ebola Virus WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Ebola shares a closer relationship with several bird viruses than was previously thought, bolstering the case for a common ancestor and hinting that birds might carry the deadly virus, a Purdue University research team reports. David Sanders and his research group have discovered that the outer protein shell of Ebola has a biochemical structure similar to several retroviruses carried by birds. As scientists had known previously of genetic similarity among the viruses, this discovery makes a common evolutionary origin even more likely....
  • Letter to Campus Paper Blasts Liberals

    11/29/2002 9:48:39 AM PST · by nwrep · 3 replies · 258+ views
    The Purdue Exponent ^ | 11-26-2002 | Chris Mays
    Liberals must learn when to fight terrorism I am now convinced the "liberal" population of the United States is incapable of learning. We keep hearing from the Democrats, Independents or other liberals that we shouldn?t conduct a pre-emptive strike on Iraq. These people just don?t learn. What is it going to take? The World Trade Center was bombed the first time, two American embassies were bombed simultaneously in Africa, the USS Cole was bombed, plus more smaller attacks most people aren?t familiar with. And who was in the Oval Office during all of these attacks? Bill Clinton (Democrat!). And what...