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Sandusky Abused Children, NCAA Abuses History

GGatty Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 2:20 AM
No, his whole point is that we should view slavery as being about White Anglo-Saxon Protestant males AND the slaves, AND the African tribes who sold other tribes and every other aspect about that horrendous practice. History is about what happened, not about whether what happened was good or bad and not about how people currently feel about what happened. The issue is whether or not history shows our past accurately, not how we feel about it.
ranma2 Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 2:29 AM
Now... the problem with your explanation is that prager did not talk about "ABOUT".
He talked about "contributions".*Please read the quoted passage*

If you look at the actors of the civil war it is mostly WASPS who fought and died.
The generals were WASPS, the politicians were WASPS. The blacks pitched in too.
but their contribution to the whole outcome of the war is much smaller compared to WASPS.
This is just simple history.. not about ideology or race.
If you look at African history it is all about blacks. and that's normal and the truth.

So should not let Steve of CA twist words..
He attacked something that prager never even said.
Therefore.. I wonder if Steve could read properly.

One of the NCAA's punishments of Penn State was the vacating of all its football team's wins from 1998 through 2011. It was in 1998 that Penn State coach Joe Paterno and university officials became aware of the accusation that assistant coach Jerry Sandusky had showered with a young boy.

As a result, Penn State's 112 wins are no longer wins, and Joe Paterno is no longer the coach with the most wins in college football history. Instead of 409 victories, his record shows 298.

Before explaining why this decision is morally wrong, I should note that...