College of William and Mary President Gene Nichol made news when he decided to remove a cross from the school’s chapel – a cross that had been there for decades – because he was “concerned” that the presence of a cross in a school chapel might be offensive to someone. Despite outcries, he’s held to the decision and refused to discuss it.
There are consequences to actions and President Nichols is now seeing the first of this set. Apparently, a donor to the school has put the brakes on a $12 million fund owing to the decision. Nichols calls this “a serious setback to the college.”
Be sure you let your students know which school programs are going to get dropped as a result of making sure someone could walk into a chapel and not see the cross that had been there since WWII, Mr. Nichols. I’m sure they’ll all understand.
I’m happy to see the program run by the Fed titled “Directo a Mexico” is finally getting some notice from the MSM. They’re a bit late. Michelle Malkin was talking about this back in October.
The program offers a cheap method of wiring money overseas. Read the story of all the head-shaking details.