FAU: Are You Out of Your Damn Mind? Version 2

FAU LogoFAU FINALLY dropped all charges against the student, reinstated him, and I guess apologized for real this time.  If you’ve been following the fast moving and twisting story, FAU has been stepping all over themselves:

– First FAU supported the dopey professor (who’s in hiding because the press can’t reach him) after he asked his students to ‘stomp on Jesus.’

Oh and don’t forget this “prof” is also the vice chairman of the Palm Beach County Democrat Party – A fact first discovered and published by Write at the Beach.

– Then FAU kind of apologized.

– Then FAU brought charges against the student.

– Then FAU really apologized… I think.

And again, let me remind you, these professors are in the College of Communication – you know, the college program that teaches PR.

Something should happen to the professor and other academic and administrative yo-yo’s involved.  Both the professor and FAU President have been missing in action.

It got so bad the Florida governor stepped in. I mean if the governor thought it was important don’t you think the university president would think so?

Governor Scott wants answers on FAU ‘Jesus’-stomping controversy

Read More (Palm Beach Post) He has demanded an investigation.

Click to See the Letter Gov. Scott Sent to the Chancellor of the State University System

FAU: Are You Out of Your Damn Mind?

FAU LogoOK.  It’s time for a bunch of people to get fired:

  • Deandre Poole: The FAU instructor and Palm Beach County Democrat Vice Chairman that asked students to stomp on a paper with Jesus on it.
  • Noemi Marin, FAU School of Communication Director and Poole’s supervisor that initially defended the assignment to stomp on Jesus.
  • The FAU investigator that attempted to intimidate the student.
  • The FAU public relations and media relations executive in charge of FAU communication.
  • FAU Associate Dean Rozalia Williams, who wrote a letter filing charges against the student: “Notice of Charges.”
  • Jim Neuliep, a communications professor at St. Norbert College in Wisconsin that wrote the class textbook and the instructors manual that has the stupid assignment to stomp on Jesus.

Why should they be fired?

Because anyone in academia that would ask a student to stomp on Jesus is an idiot.  It’s bad pedagogy, stupid public policy, and defies common sense. And suspending a student for voicing a complaint against something so offensive is an abuse of power.

In addition, this is the school of COMMUNICATION. Part of their job is to teach students how to do public and media relations.  This case has been so badly handled from a PR point of view, it’s CLEAR these professors and the university don’t have a CLUE how to do PR.  Does ANYONE want these people teaching our students?

Do you want to pay their salaries?  FAU is a state university and is supported with YOUR tax dollars.  Is this what you want taught?

This assignment is what I call “shock lectures.”  Many professors today like to shock students with content or concepts for the teacher’s entertainment or to sell a textbook, not to teach students anything.

And most professors are democrats, part of the liberal left.  See the “Talking Points Memo” on The Factor by Bill O’Reilly tonight and he goes into the specific story and why this is a problem in our country:
http://video.foxnews.com/v/2253299425001/

Time for these professors to go.  Share this story and make it happen.

A Conspiracy to Spend Less, Give More

Before you go shopping today, please read this.

This year, during a recession, Americans spent $45 Billion on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.  On Cyber Monday, Americans spent $1 Billion online.

It has been predicted that Americans will spend $450 Billion this holiday season.  What recession?

Is this what God wanted to celebrate his son’s birthday? Christ’s first day?

There is an answer:

The Advent Conspiracy: Jesus gave Himself

So what do you think?  There’s another idea!

Give relationship time, a personal touch, personal resources, and personal sacrifice to your family and friends for Christmas.  Not purchased gifts.

Use the money you were going to spend to help the poor, hungry, lonely, sick, and thirsty.

To see a presentation to learn more, click here!

Stay tuned for some ideas on how to Give More and Spend Less!

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