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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Jerry Falwell
Liberty University Provost Ron Godwin's duties have been reduced following a mix-up involving a biblical studies certificate program.
Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday told graduating students at Liberty University they should stand by their principles because religious liberty is under threat.
When his best friend took a shine to the girl Jerry Falwell wanted to court, Falwell volunteered to mail his friend's love letters, and threw them away, mailing his own. The girl was his friend's fiancee. It worked, and in 1958 Mr. Falwell married Macel Pate, to whom he was devoted until the day he died of a heart attack at age 73 in his Liberty University office on May 15, 2007.
Once the political tectonic plates shift, there is bipartisan agreement that we can expect an earthshaking groundswell of grassroots advocacy and action to rival - if not surpass - the 2010 Tea Party effect.
What D.G. Hart tells us in this invigorating book is that Jerry Falwell is dead. I mean to tell you, brethren, he's really, really dead - not least in terms of the influence he once exerted, with high and honorable intention, on the political process.
Liberty President and Chancellor Jerry Falwell said the incident convinced him that Godwin's two roles were incompatible.
"I also realized it was not humanly possible for any one person to perform all the tasks necessary to do both jobs well. Dr. Godwin and I met early (Friday) and discussed which of his two roles he should continue to serve. After a lengthy discussion, we decided that Dr. Godwin should focus solely on Liberty's academic programs in his role as Provost," Falwell said in the university's statement.