- OK it is a bit of a play on words . . .
Watch the video. It is disgusting.
“Many residents said that Rome is a good school and that they believed the fight was an isolated incident.”
Probably IS a “good school”…but, then, there’s the students.
Then there is this:
Excellent choice for a “solid” Catholic institution. No doubt needed a replacement for the character and wisdom of Sandra Fluke.
Another “lost class” of future leftists. Employers will be beating down the doors to hire these products of a Catholic education.
Former Acting Attorney General Sally Q. Yates, who was fired after she ordered Justice Department lawyers not to defend President Trump’s original travel ban in court, has landed a new position at Georgetown Law.
Ms. Yateswill join the school as a lecturer as part of a program that brings former government officials to speak on campus. She will give her first address at the school as part of Georgetown Law’s Distinguished Visitors from Government program on Nov. 1.
“Sally Yates is an extraordinary public servant who has had a career of the greatest consequence,” said Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor. “It is a privilege to have her join our faculty this fall.”
Ms. Yates previously served as deputy attorney general during the Obama administration and she temporarily assumed the role of acting attorney general in January after her boss, Loretta Lynch, stepped down following Mr. Trump’s swearing in. But Ms. Yates only remained in control of the Justice Department for a short time.
On Jan. 30, Ms. Yates sent a letter to DOJ attorneys ordering them not to defendMr. Trump’s executive order on travel and refugees, which sought to temporarily pause resettlement of refugees in the U.S. and to ban travel to the U.S. by citizens from seven countries. Mr. Trump fired her the same day.