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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chris Kennedy
Judgment Day has finally arrived in Washington for President Obama and his health care law, which after two long years of court battles will earn a final legal decision Thursday from the nine justices on the Supreme Court.
Kudos to University of Illinois Board Chairman Chris Kennedy and the university's Board of Trustees for unanimously denying the prestigious title of professor emeritus to William Ayers, who never should have been on the faculty in the first place. One wonders why Mr. Ayers would even be interested in such a "bourgeois" accolade.
"Obviously, our goal is to give our guys the opportunity to look at the opinion and deliver an informed opinion," Mr. Kennedy said. "I'll be honest, it's going to be tough."
It will be a challenge to quickly skim possibly hundreds of pages of opinions so they can deliver on-scene analysis, spokesman Chris Kennedy said.