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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Graham B. Spanier
Still, most Penn State employees are part of Pennsylvania's state employees retirement system plan, and Mr. Spanier touted the university's history as the country's second land-grant school when he campaigned against cuts to state funding over the summer.
"All in all, we anticipate that the proposed right-to-know legislation would result in a multimillion-dollar hit for Penn State," Mr. Spanier said on Aug. 7, 2007. "Subjecting Penn State to right to know does far more than feed the prurient interests of newspaper editors who are looking for a headline about how much coach [Joe] Paterno makes."