At last! Major California newspaper calls for crooked Janet Napolitano to be fired

By deciding to tolerate a corrupt president, Janet Napolitano, the Regents of the University of California have failed in their duty to the citizens of California, who own the university and subsidize that institution with $3 billion a year of their hard-earned taxes.  There is no doubt that Napolitano is corrupt: the behavior that she engaged in, once it was uncovered, has been made a crime.  But because ex post facto laws cannot be applied to behavior that predated them, she is escaping prosecution. A criminal who has gone free on a technicality is not suitable for high public office. I seem to be one of the few public voices that cares about the ongoing destruction of the integrity of one of the world’s premier institutions of higher learning. For those who have not been following the story, I described Napolitano’s corruption of the system designed to evaluate her performance here, her perfunctory, inadequate apology here, and the fall-guys (her two top...(Read Full Post)