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"Holmoe is one of the most respected administrators in college athletics."
Dennis Dodd article 11.20.20

"If Democratic legislators were to include a jurisdiction-stripping provision in a Green New Deal, it would be a remarkable reversal of recent history. When Republican lawmakers tried to use the measure in the 1980s, it was for socially conservative aims. In 2005, when Roberts was nominated to the Supreme Court, the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, criticized him for defending such “radical legislative proposals.”
David Yaffe-Bellany, Bloomberg Quint, October 6, 2020

Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/businessweek/to-rein-in-supreme-court-some-democrats-consider-jurisdiction-stripping
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"Utah switched to a box and one in the second half. The box is on him. So far he only has six more points."
--Al E. Gator, Florida Gators Message Board, Jan 11, 2011

"In other words, contemporary liberalism offers religious groups a choice. They can try to serve the widest possible population, in which case a liberal administration will set rules that force them to violate their conscience. Or they can serve a narrower one, in which case liberal journalists will sneer at them (and their most generous benefactors) for only caring about their co-religionists." Ross Douthat, New York Times, Jan. 30, 2012

In March [Wilkinson] wrote that he had followed a female student in a mini-skirt into the administration building. "I would be safe in saying that [her skirt] was at least six inches" above the knee... He asked her name, and when she hesitated, he told her he wanted her to report to the Dean of Women's office, because "she knew as well as anyone else that her dress did not conform to University Standards." Wilkinson added that the "disgusting thing was that she didn't have anything to show except some stilts." Excerpt from Dialogue, Ernest Wilkinson and the Transformation of BYU's Honor Code, 1965-71, by Bryan Waterman