Dana Cloud writes: "There is an emerging front in the struggle for academic freedom. Some university leaders are attacking outspoken faculty on the grounds that university employees have no free speech rights when it comes to criticizing their own institutions. This attack epitomizes Northeastern Illinois University's harassment of justice studies professor Loretta Capeheart, who has been targeted by her administration for her outspokenness for workers' rights in a 2004 faculty strike, against the Iraq war, in defense of student protesters, and for increased representation of minority scholars at NEIU. In retaliation, she was denied merited awards and an appointment to chair of her department - a position to which she was elected. NEIU Vice President Melvin Terrell publicly defamed Capeheart, accusing her without grounds of stalking a student."
Second hour: OKC bombing filmmakers James Lane & Holland Vandennieuwenhof of FreeMindReport.com! Their brand-new film A Noble Lie documents the OKC bombing inside job, and sets the stage for a citizens' mobilization for justice