Here are some of the more noteworthy editorials concerning Churchill:
Editorial examines Three of Ward Churchill's Academic Frauds (02-20-2005)
Hawaiian cartoonist who was lambasted by Churchill shares his recollection (02-22-2005):
During Churchills speaking time at the event, this man -- a man who had never met me and refused to do so before and during the event -- included in his speech a reference to me as "vermin," and shared aloud a story of how an unnamed Nazi cartoonist was tried at the WWII Nuremburg trials, executed, dismembered and then cremated. Churchill ended this story with his own personal comment of, "Now, Im not saying that should happen to Grant, but it would be a good thing. [emphasis ours]"
Here are several more (02-16-2005):
Not Crazy Horse, Just Crazy
The Record of a Radical
Campos: Freedom unused is abused
Editorial in the Canyon Courier (02-11-2005) written by the author of the Westword article cited above (thanks once again to sbprice for the link):
When chickens come home to roost at CU
Here's an editorial covering some of Churchill's "facts":
Truth tricky for Churchill
And Indian Country Today weighs in with:
Ward Churchill's No Indian
Dennis Banks editorializes on Churchill with
Ward Churchill 'Academic, Literary & Indian Fraud'
Editorial in National Review Online about Churchill as the poster child for the sad state of the Social Sciences at the university level.
"Churchill listed the names of over fifty Indians who had died in a three year period at Pine Ridge, site of the Leonard Peltier shoot-out. He suggested that the murdered were all supporters of the radical American Indian Movement and that the murders were not investigated because they were carried out by and for the federal government. He is refuted here, he argues back here and is further answered here."
Students of Hamilton College, one of Churchill's erstwhile speaking venues, have started a blog--HOOPLA--about the Churchill controversy.
Heres a speaking schedule of Ward Churchill, along with topics he covers:
Heres Churchill's ZNet page:
Interesting press release (02-02-2005) from the American Indian Movement of Colorado ("COAIM", not to be confused with the national American Indian Movement), of which Churchill is a member of the Leadership Council.
And a series of discussions on NativeNet re Churchill, AIM, and COAIM:
And, to offset the grim reality of Churchill's perfidy, here's an article that seriously discusses the possibility of a link between Churchill's AIM and the Jon Benet Ramsey murder. Yes, you read that right.
Offsetting grim reality seems to be a growth industry. Here, the Raelians name Churchill an honorary Priest