On May 6, Citizens United Against the Jerry Sandusky Victimization Act in New Jersey, also known as Senate Bill 2278, held a press conference to blow the whistle on gay activists who are spreading false and misleading information about the nature of sexual orientation change effort (SOCE) therapy for minors. Show More Summary
A group of ex-gay therapy advocates are objecting to a proposed ban on the treatment for minors in New Jersey, claiming that such a law would help protect pedophiles. The so-called “Citizens Against the Jerry Sandusky Victimization Act” has been organized by the New Jersey Family Policy Council — not surprising given the group’s past [...]
Everyone on Wall Street has been talking about how Bloomberg News reporters used private user data from Bloomberg Terminals to essentially spy on employees at JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs. This all came to light after an unidentified Bloomberg...Show More Summary
Last year, four public university presidents boasted compensation of more than $1 million, a study finds. At the top: Graham Spanier, the former Penn State president driven out by the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. Spanier made $2.9 million in the 2011-2012 fiscal year; part of that was his...
When the Jerry Sandusky scandal broke in 2011, many wondered if the athletic program at Penn State would survive. A closer look at revenues shows that the athletic program is doing just fine. Data collected by USA Today shows that the Penn State athletic department had $108.3 million in revenues in 2012. Show More Summary
Penn State faced a program-changing event when the Jerry Sandusky allegations first hit the airwaves. The Nittany Lions saw a legacy come crashing down in the process, and they needed a steady leader to return the program to the top....Show More Summary
The last season at Penn State was the most surreal in the history of college football, as the team was left reeling in the wake of sanctions levied as a result of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal. Many athletes transferred, but...Show More Summary
Um, Amy? I agree that the LW's "single, older, male next-door neighbor" is kinda creepy—giving gifts to the LW's sons, asking them not to tell their parents about them—but it's a little unfair to invoke Jerry Sandusky: I can certainly understand an older individual having young friends. Show More Summary
California could give gay activists exactly what they're craving: no choice, no freedom, and no way out of unwanted same-sex attractions. For a group that has fought so many years for tolerance and equality, this tyrannical direction by the LGBT lobby may backfire on them. As Nietzche once said: "Be careful when you fight the monsters, lest you become one."
Twelve months ago, the major storylines heading into Penn State's spring game were about anything other than football. A program rocked to its very core in wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, the 2012 Blue-White game had a massive cloud of black hanging over. Show More Summary
James Taranto pointed out this comparison on Twitter earlier today. Here's Andrew Rosenthal, editor of the NY Times editorial page on Jerry Sandusky last November [emphasis added]: The mother of one of the victims told The Harrisburg Patriot-News that she didn’t “even have the words to talk about the betrayal I feel.” I do. Show More Summary
Widow of late Penn State football coach says "we unknowingly helped" Jerry Sandusky "groom" his victims
The judge who let Penn State's lawyer into the grand jury room says whether that decision should spoil the criminal case against the three university administrators accused of covering for Jerry Sandusky is not his call. Also, the trials for those three administrators probably won't take place until next year. [Patriot-News] Read more...
It's hard to quantify the effect the Jerry Sandusky cover-up and resultant NCAA penalties had on Penn State. School pride bounced back from the body blow with a circle-the-wagons mentality. Recruiting took a hit, though far from the disaster some predicted. Show More Summary
Since taking over as president of the NCAA in 2010, Mark Emmert has overseen the unjust railroading of the Penn State football program in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, as well as the shoddily run investigation into the...Show More Summary
GREENE COUNTY, Pa. (CAP) - Convicted child rapist Jerry Sandusky used a recent interview with filmmaker John Ziegler as a platform to argue semantics. In exclusive footage, the former Penn State coach admits that he has been spending...Show More Summary
A controversial jailhouse interview between filmmaker John Ziegler and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky has already sparked angry explosions after NBC aired a clip during a segment of Monday’s TODAY… READ ON
We told you yesterday about filmmaker John Ziegler's lunatic shouting tour to promote his jailhouse interview with Jerry Sandusky. Ziegler had hoped to use that interview to help rescue Joe Paterno and other Penn State officials from allegations that they covered up Jerry Sandusky's sex crimes against children. That effort has backfired spectacularly. Read more...
Matt Lauer is anything but happy with NBC right now. The embattled today host is reportedly irate that he had to interview controversial filmmaker John Ziegler and anchor coverage of the Jerry Sandusky interview Monday morning. Lauer,...Show More Summary
The filmmaker behind the controversial documentary, The Framing of Joe Paterno, is threatening to release the identity of Jerry Sandusky’s “Victim 2,” RadarOnline.com is reporting. PHOTOS: Celebrity Mugshots Conservative… READ ON