...stole 4 rifles, 1 shotgun and 5 pistols Steele stored on his property, threatened prospective buyers...
Apparently it's not enough to appropriate his name. Now they're saying Alan Cooper is dangerously mentally unstable and armed.
Just when I think that Prenda have finally stooped about as they can go, they go and prove me wrong again. Classy, boys. Real classy.
College is also entirely unnecessary for the vast majority of jobs.
These days, even the jobs for which you don't need a college degree require a college degree. With so many people looking for work, it's a quick and easy way for employers to winnow down the field of applicants.
Anyone who responded would have thus officially identified himself as a Prenda principal, and at the moment the whole gang is doing their utmost to distance themselves (at least, in the eyes of the law) from the operation.
I think Thompson is more concerned about the potential financial conflict of interest for the university with it's core mission of teaching. (Well, two core missions: education and research, but this concern is about education.) With investments from faculty, deans, and wealthy alumni, the university could be disincentivizing some students from obtaining a degree. Certainly students have left the university in the past without graduatuing to form very successful companies, but likely without the university (or major players at the university) so regularly having a financial interest in the students' doing so. (Although I could be wrong about that.)
son, anonymous, and your various other incarnations:
Allow me to explain this to you slowly and clearly, using small words:
1. Horrible bombing happens. No claim of responsibility, and no evidence of any kind to tell us who was responsible.
2. Rep. Steve King wants to promote his agenda, which by all evidence available (none) is completely unrelated to the bombing.
3. Rep. King takes advantage of this tragedy to advance his career and spread fear and prejudice and general bullshit.