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  • University of San Francisco to deify an Arab mass murderer

    05/30/2017 3:20:17 AM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 25 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 30/5/17 | Lee Kaplan
    University of San Francisco, a Jesuit school, no less, is presenting a lecture event on June 2, that will feature Aarab Barghouti as the guest speaker. Marwan, his father, is currently serving five life sentences in prison in Israel for specific murders, but bears responsibility for the murders of over 100 men, women and children in terrorist attacks in the Jewish state, some of them U.S. citizens. “Only Israeli propaganda presents him as a terrorist," Aarab, the terrorist murderer's youngest son, is quoted as saying. "Nelson Mandela was also portrayed as a terrorist. He spent 27 years in prison. And...
  • Obamaphone Giveaway: BELIEVE! (pics.)

    12/25/2016 10:43:21 PM PST · by golux · 41 replies
    SOCAL (photos) | Dec 25 2016 | Golux
    Lest you thought Obamaphones were mythical, here are some shots I snapped in California yesterday. So now you know... Every time an Obamaphone rings... ¡tu lo compraste: you bought it, suckers!
  • Small Hillary Tampa Rally Held in Same Room Where USF Has 3-on-3 Basketball

    09/06/2016 2:03:35 PM PDT · by pissant · 80 replies
    Twitter ^ | 9/6/16 | Jakc Posobiec
  • University South Florida Slammed With Discrimination, Twenty Count Lawsuit by Former Registrar

    12/31/2015 6:38:14 PM PST · by Jacob Douglas · 9 replies
    The former Registrar of the University of South Florida, Ms. Angela DeBose, has filed a 20-count lawsuit in the Middle District Court of Florida, alleging discrimination, retaliation, and other serious civil wrongs against the University. In the lawsuit, DeBose named USF Board of Trustees and several top officials, including the University's Provost, Ralph Wilcox. DeBose alleges that all engaged in an "invidious scheme to terminate her" prior to and following her filing complaints with the USF Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity, and later with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The education software company, Ellucian is also named as...
  • Fort Myers police chief (White man)fired after detainment of NFL, ex-USF star (Black man)

    08/20/2015 7:58:15 AM PDT · by 4Runner · 9 replies
    The Tampa Tribune ^ | August 16, 2015 | Associated Press
    Fort Myers Police Chief Douglas Baker has been fired for the wrongful detainment in February of former University of South Florida football player Nate Allen, who now plays with the NFL’s Oakland Raiders. Fort Myers city manager (a Black man)sent a letter to the mayor Friday notifying him of Baker’s termination after Allen’s controversial arrest in February.
  • Niners' Hall of Fame tackle Bob St. Clair dies at 84

    04/20/2015 6:51:51 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 8 replies
    NFL ^ | April 20, 2015 | Chris Wesseling
    San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame offensive tackle Bob St. Clair died Monday night following a brief illness, the Pro Football Hall of Fame told NFL Media. He was 84 years old. A Bay Area legend, St. Clair teamed with fellow NFL Hall of Famers Ollie Matson and Gino Marchetti on Joe Kuharich's fabled University of San Francisco Dons squad that went undefeated in 1951. Drafted by his hometown 49ers in 1953, St. Clair emerged as one of the decade's top linemen, earning first- or second-team All-NFL honors nine times. He was also selected to five Pro Bowls and served...
  • Some Republicans Love Obamacare (i.e. FL voters)

    02/14/2014 4:42:33 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 35 replies
    WUSF News (University of South Florida) ^ | Wed February 12, 2014 11:39 pm | Carol Gentry
    By now, the Republican Party’s view of the Affordable Care Act should be pretty familiar, as in this ad from David Jolly:“I’m fighting to repeal Obamacare, right away. It’s bad for our families, and our economy.”But not all Republicans agree; one is Irene Jacusis of New Port Richey, who was uninsured until now. “I did not vote for Obama," she said. “But I am so in love with this plan, with this health care plan, what can I do?” […] Another Republican who wants to keep the Affordable Care Act is Mary Fallon of St. Petersburg. She was a teacher...
  • U.S.F Area Crime Spree Suspect is Dead after Police Shootout

    09/06/2013 12:32:26 PM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 25 replies
    970WFLA ^ | 9/6/13
    The man wanted for the series of home invasions in apartments near the USF Tampa campus has died from gunshot wounds after a shootout with police. Police captured 24 year old Charlie Christopher Bates on U.S. 301 near I-4 in Hillsborough County. This came after a chase, crash, and police shooting at Bates. He was reportedly shot several times. No officers are believed to be hurt. Bates faces a series of charges. Hillsborough deputies say the incidents happened at the Cambridge Woods apartments, the Oaks apartments, and the Eagle's Point apartments north of USF. Four men were tied up and...
  • Hope & Change and the right to broadband

    08/21/2013 6:51:44 AM PDT · by shoff · 9 replies
    Examiner ^ | 08/20/2013 | Steven Hoffman
    How many readers notice Obama’s bold new initiative called “Connect-Ed” announced earlier this month. You might have heard about it in the form of a proposed increase in the Universal Service fund the FCC imposes on all cell phone users, with the exception of the two and a half million Obama phones. If you didn’t hear or glossed over the details since everything Obama does is proclaimed bold by news organizations. Obama is proposing to connect 99% of students to broadband internet service by calling on the FCC to “modernize and leverage” its E-Rate program to support this vision.
  • Jill Kelley tried to broker deals for USF Health

    11/21/2012 9:14:56 AM PST · by maggief · 12 replies
    TBO ^ | November 22, 2012 | Jodie Tillman
    TAMPA — Soon after she was appointed honorary consul to South Korea, Jill Kelley of Tampa went to work trying to establish a relationship between that country and the University of South Florida's medical school. "I was nominated for this diplomatic appointment, for the purpose to facilitate new agreements in the USA with my contacts," Kelley wrote in a Sept. 7 email to USF medical school dean Stephen Klasko. "I have a unique opportunity to propose bids because of my relationship with the top executive branch of Korea, and in addition, the President of the Free Trade Act is my...
  • Steers Queers and Social Engineers

    07/15/2011 5:55:53 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 35 replies ^ | July 15, 2011 | Mike Adams
    A transgender student at University of South Florida (USF) has now conclusively shown that once people become sufficiently open-minded their brains are likely to fall out and hit the ground. Frustrated and confused with his sexuality, Taylor McCue wanted to force USF to join colleges like Rutgers and Harvard, which are now offering students the option to live with anyone of any gender. And the USF administration has caved. Sissies! Now, as a result of the lobbying of one deeply confused student, USF has decided to go beyond what other universities in Florida do with transgender students, by actively offering...
  • Totals Stimulus Package Cost To Broadband Rural Areas: $349,000/home. $7,000,000/home In Montana!

    07/10/2011 6:26:20 PM PDT · by MindBender26 · 63 replies
    Huckabee Show on FNC | Huckabee
    On FNC, Gov Huckabee just revealed the cost to you and me to bring Broadband internet service to rural areas through Obama's Stimulus package. It was $349,000 per home, and you and I paid it! In Montana, it was worse. The program made Broadband available to a total of 7 homes that did not have it available before, at a cost to you and me of $49,000,000. That's $7,000,000 per home. The total cost was $7.2 BILLION... and we... and our kids... and their kids, paid the bill! And does anyone doubt that Obama is trying to destroy America?
  • USF associate professor guilty of battery, burglary

    06/23/2011 3:34:17 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 16 replies
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | June 23, 2011 | Alexandra Zayas
    TAMPA — Stefani Hernandez was walking her two Weimaraners outside her apartment complex near International Plaza when she got a weird feeling, like someone was behind her. "I turned around," the 26-year-old remembers, "and there he was, inches from me." He told her she had nice dogs. Qingnong Xiao, 48, is an associate professor at the University of South Florida's College of Marine Science, earning $108,344 a year. He is a hurricane expert with publications in scientific journals. Hernandez didn't know any of that. She didn't know him. But she knew he made her nervous. So she went inside her...
  • Texas Christian, Villanova Picks Point Big East to Conference Tournament?

    11/30/2010 3:13:31 PM PST · by dangus · 7 replies · 2+ views
    Idle Speculation ^ | 11-30-10 | Dangus
    The Big East's football expansion plans leave the conference with 17 universities, including non-Football members. That's a terrible number for scheduling; the only way the basketball teams can schedule an even number of games is if they play every other team only once. 18 teams would allow three divisions of six teams each. Any team would play the other five teams in its division twice, and one half of the twelve other teams in the conference. 18 sounds like worsening the problem of too many teams, but having three divisions could actually restore some rivalries, and return the conference to...
  • How the FCC Plans to Tax the Internet

    03/17/2010 11:45:56 AM PDT · by dickmc · 18 replies · 651+ views
    Stop E Taxes ^ | March 17, 2010 | Kelly William Cobb
    How the FCC Plans to Tax the Internet By Kelly William Cobb , Wednesday, March 17, 2010 1:46 pm Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its National Broadband Plan (PDF), an outline for the federal government to become significantly more involved in universal broadband access. The plan, which the FCC estimates will cost $350 billion, claims it pays for itself (a point already called into question), but the plan itself calls for raising taxes on the Internet, as well as enacting some that have yet to exist. First, the plan expressly calls for a digital goods tax: Recognizing that...
  • South Florida a plum job for the right guy

    01/08/2010 4:40:49 PM PST · by TheDailyChange · 4 replies · 409+ views
    ESPN ^ | 01082010 | Brian Bennett
    Coach Leavitt was accused of laying a hand on a player so the university FIRES him! All I can say is this has got to be a perfect example of what is WRONG with America in general. THE PROBLEM? The Political Correctness has gone wild. Feminization gone wild. America and American Sports has become PATHETIC!!!
  • USF warns of armed intruder on Tampa campus in mass text message (Updates @ 4, 10, 18)

    10/05/2009 11:58:53 AM PDT · by dawn53 · 19 replies · 1,451+ views
    St. Pete Times ^ | Oct. 5, 2009 | Tom Marshall and Rick Danielson
    TAMPA — A report of an armed intruder on the Tampa campus prompted the University of South Florida to send out a warning in a mass text message at 1:51 p.m. "Emergency: Armed intruder on campus. Stay inside. Lock doors. Emergency Personnel Responding.'' The alert followed a 1:36 p.m. call to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office of an armed person at the campus library. The call was routed to the USF Police Department, said spokeswoman Lt. Meg Ross.
  • "Mixing up morality and contractual obligations" ( Abortion removal from insurance coverage )

    04/27/2009 4:28:14 PM PDT · by kellynla · 5 replies · 622+ views
    California Catholic Daily ^ | April 27, 2009 | staff
    The University of San Francisco, founded by the Jesuits in 1855, is no longer legally a “Catholic” institution and the faith is irrelevant when it comes to whether the school’s health insurance covers abortions, the president of USF’s Faculty Association told Our Sunday Visitor in an interview last week. In an April 23 report by OSV contributing editor Valerie Schmalz, faculty association president Elliot Neaman said that, if USF tries to remove abortion as an insurance benefit, the association would file an unfair labor practice complaint. “Whether abortion involves the killing of a child is ‘not relevant,’” said Neaman, according...
  • Jurors acquit Megahed of both counts in explosives trial

    04/03/2009 4:45:59 PM PDT · by dawn53 · 9 replies · 785+ views
    St. Pete Times ^ | Apr 03, 2009 04:27 PM | Justin George
    Twenty months after a traffic stop in Goose Creek, S.C., catapulted two University of South Florida students into a federal explosives case that raised the specter of terrorism, one of those students has been set free by a panel of 12 jurors. Youssef Megahed, 23, is not guilty, the jury said. Not guilty of illegally transporting explosives materials. Not guilty of possessing a destructive device.
  • USF Settles In Bike Scandal

    02/19/2009 4:36:13 AM PST · by SES1066 · 23 replies · 1,206+ views
    TBO.COM ^ | February 19, 2009 | LINDSAY PETERSON
    TAMPA - The University of South Florida associate vice president who resigned Tuesday over his role in taking a student's bicycle will receive a $50,000 settlement from the university.- - - Snip - - -In the six-page settlement agreement, signed Tuesday by Rao and College of Medicine Dean Stephen Klasko, Rao agrees to give up his contract and not sue the university. The university agrees not to pursue any disciplinary actions that could result from its investigation of the events involving the bicycle.