From our Your Public Education Dollar At Work department: The Mother, The Child, The School Board And The Psychic (via boortz.com)
From our Is That Any Way For A Chief Facilitator To Talk department: Court case attracts activist Russell Means (ht Zorro Weiner)
Professor Ward Churchill takes the US and Canadian Governments to the wayback machine to find them guilty of something called "international law." (ht Zorro Weiner) We've noted before that the UN's definition of genocide is as exclusive as a rainstorm, and permits those so inclined to define as genocide the defeat of Nazi Germany.
BTW: The author blurb at the end of the article reads (bf ours):
Ward Churchill is a veteran activist of Cherokee descent. A former professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Colorado, now retired, he has written or edited more than 20 books, mostly on indigenous rights, including A Little Matter of Genocide (1997), Struggle for the Land (2002), and Acts of Rebellion (2003).
If Briarpatch Magazine operates the way most other magazines do, that blurb was provided by The Perfesser hisself.
Also BTW: DrunkaSooner had it first.
Ward Churchill is to scholar what:
a) Ted Kennedy is to statesman
b) George Bush is to orator
c) Benjamin Whitmer is to University of Colorado employee
d) All of the above
Benjie over at DBAB interviews somebody he claims is
Favorite Fun-Filled Fact: The pre-Columbian Incans "perfected the necessary surgical techniques" for the stent (or as Benjie's drunk calls it, "stint")—no doubt discovered during these ancient medical procedures.
DrunkaOmniscient has more.