Our library of Churchill prevarications, misdirections, and general arcania has grown very large, and, we're afraid, largely unread. As a public service, we offer a refresher course in our coverage of Ward Churchill:
We noted back in February '05 that academia would attempt to recast the debate over Churchill as a "freedom of speech" and "academic freedom" issue. And that's what's happened.
We compiled a basic Churchill history as well as a chronology of life events to assist readers and researchers alike.
We shed light on his scholarly pretentions back in March
We were first to publish a four-page rant by one of Churchill's ex-wives, M. Annette Jaimes (scooping The Denver Post , which earned us a huffily dismissive reference to PB from the DP in the bargain)
We were first to publish a plea for support from Churchill's current wife, Natsu Taylor Saito
We parsed Churchill's incendiary "On the Justice of Roosting Chickens" essay to show that he meant everyone in the twin towers, not just the bankers, when he said "these technocrats of empire."
We catalogued Churchill's numerous "invitations to violence" (we explain why we call them invitations rather than incitements in the essay).
We refuted his UKB membership as anything but honorary back in February.
In March, we highlighted an apparent identity theft by Churchill (still unnoticed by the MSM).
We showed he couldn't be anything more than 1/64th Native American
Update: Kevin Flynn reminds us our dates are wrong, and his initial genealogy article in the RMN actually preceded ours by a month—and scooped the Denver Post by a week. Our apologies for the error.
We were first to report on Churchill's "frag the officers" advice
We were first to expose the apparent bias of two of the Investigating Committee members, resulting in their resignations
Update: We share the honor of being first to report this; on the same day, Elizabeth Mattern Clark of the Boulder Daily Camera also reported the apparent bias.
We were first to report the resignation of Professor Natsu Saito, Churchill's fourth wife, from CU.
We catalogued all the contributions to improving Indian life Churchill hasn't made while noting what he has been doing
We discussed the eerie similarities between Churchill and radical Islamists, and exposed the only true goal he can have
We broke the story of Mrs. Ward Churchill's (Professor Natsu Taylor Saito) apparent pseudonymous lauding of her own book on amazon.com
.. and that's all in addition to our huge compilation of newspaper articles, essays, and editorials covering the Churchill debacle. Patting ourselves on the back, are we? Why shouldn't we? After all, if our stuff is good enough for WorldNetDaily to steal, it's certainly good enough to brag about.