Clemens decries ‘activism' by OSU
The Clemens Foundation won't restore its tuition grants for students attending Oregon State University, and said that OSU is using public education "to target, bombard and coerce students" to adopt a liberal political ideology, according to a news release.
Among the incidents was a reportedly racially charged fight at a local bar, where an OSU football player allegedly hit National Guardsman Gabriel Sapp, who was on leave from Iraq. Sapp, of Alsea, is a member of a logging family, and one of his relatives works for the Clemens Foundation. Joe Rudulph eventually pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault in the case.
The writer of this piece, Kyle Odegard, apparently doesn't realized that the "alleged" charge stopped being "alledged" and became fact one Rudulph plead guilty to it. I'm constantly amazed that an incident where a black man punches a white man because his girlfriend is black sparks no outcry (it's "reportedly" racially charged fight, and no mention that it was the black man who was the offender) while an editorial that opposes criminals (illegal aliens) sparks protests and tolerance marches.
I'm glad that the Clemens Foundation won't be supporting this re-education camp.