Kansas City Star Challenges Po'Dunk College Honcho Over Stupid Hitler Comment

Today's most interesting item from the so-called paper-of-record today is a silly quote from a rural college leader in the midst of a discrimination lawsuit.

Better reporting on the legal side of the conflict comes from a smaller paper . . .

Ex-coaches allege racial unfairness, take Highland college back to court

Three ex-leaders of the women's basketball team at Highland Community College have filed more federal litigation against the college, alleging racial unfairness remains a problem there and that they were fired for resisting it. B.J. Smith, Jered Ross and Brad Zinn are co-plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed this week in the U.S.


However, the Star puts themselves in a difficult position . . . If they don't bring down this academic nobody out in the sticks . . . Then they kinda reveal that they're powerless and their readership is mostly comprised of bored bloggers and keyboard warriors consuming their screeds . . . For free.

And I think we all know that's not enough to power a real business.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

Kansas college president compared athlete to Hitler, 'a great leader.' She's got to go

OPINION AND COMMENTARY Deborah Fox, president of Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas, recently questioned the leadership of a Black football player at the school by comparing him to Adolf Hitler. As a result, we don't just question her leadership.

You decide . . .