I've been a huge fan of Mike Adams since I was in graduate school, so this is a great moment. I first met Mike when he came to speak at...
A federal court ruled Wednesday that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington must promote Mike Adams and pay him $50,000. Earlier the court found the university had retaliated against Adams for his conservative views by denying him a full professorship. Adams, a former atheist, converted to Christianity in 2000. Show More Summary
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)– Policy Issues Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack was a guest on yesterday’s AgriTalk radio program with Mike Adams where, in part, the conversation focused on recent EPA water related issues. An unofficial FarmPolicy.com transcript of yesterday’s complete discussion with Mr. Show More Summary
Farm Bill- Policy Issues USDA Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden was a guest on yesterday’s AgriTalk radio program with Mike Adams where the conversation focused on Farm Bill implementation. Mr. Adams queried on the radio program yesterday: “What is the biggest challenge, when you’re looking at that commodity title and you say it’s going to take the […]
by John-Henry Westen SPOKANE, March 4, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Last month controversy erupted as Dr. Mike Adams a professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and a columnist for Townhall.com accused Gonzaga University, run by the Jesuit, order of a stand against pro-life clubs and Christianity.…
(Steven Hayward) Several stories we covered here in recent weeks and months need updating. First, last summer we profiled Mike Adams, professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, in the Power Line 100 roster...Show More Summary
Yesterday a North Carolina jury handed down a major victory for free speech and academic freedom. It found that the University of North Carolina–Wilmington retaliated against criminology professor Dr. Mike Adams for his writing of conservative columns for the website Townhall.com and other forums. The decision culminates years of litigation, including a prior decision before […]
The New York Yankees' outfield is crowded, and there may not be room for 40-year-old veteran Ichiro Suzuki—not even in a reserve role. Offseason acquisitions of Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran drastically altered the outfield picture...Show More Summary
Party time. Turns out being related to a football star isn't quite enough to secure seats at the Super Bowl: "Page Six" says Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams and defensive end Robert Ayers chipped in some of their hard-earned cash to rent out a glamorous-sounding Hooters in Hackensack for friends and family to watch the game. Show More Summary
When pondering center Alex Mack's and safety T.J. Ward's futures, it's probably important to remember Mike Adams' foray into free agency. Adams is a former Cleveland Browns safety now starting for the Denver Broncos and will play inShow More Summary
Denver Broncos defensive lineman Robert Ayers and safety Mike Adams are from New Jersey. Both have a lot of close family and friends. Neither had extra Super Bowl tickets to give away. That prompted the men to develop a brilliant idea. They...Show More Summary
NEWARK, N.J. -- If Mike Adams walks home after the game, he won't be alone. The Denver Broncos safety said Tuesday he has received so much reaction from his half-joking proclamation that he suspects there might be a "mini-parade" ifShow More Summary
Athletes are known for saying some strange and silly things, and the bigger the stakes, the more likely the chances that insane things come out of their mouths. We believe that the Denver Broncos' Mike Adams is neither insane nor silly, but his stated desire to walk home after Sunday's Super Bowl sure sounds it on paper. Show More Summary
Dress warm for this hike, Mike.
Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams has vowed to walk home if the Broncos win the Super Bowl. Home to Adams is Paterson, N.J., which is about 12 miles from where he will play in the Super Bowl next Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. "If we win the Super Bowl, I'm going to keep my helmet and pads on and I'm walking home," Adams told the Denver Post. Show More Summary
Denver Broncos free safety Mike Adams has a unique set of plans to celebrate if his team is able to knock off the Seattle Seahawks and win Super Bowl XLVIII. The 32-year-old veteran is a native of Paterson, N.J., which happens to be located just 12 miles from East Rutherford's MetLife Stadium. Show More Summary
Some people would want to bask in the spotlight after winning the Super Bowl. If the Broncos win, Mike Adams just wants to return to his roots.
No one will be allowed to walk to Super Bowl XLVIII, but one member of the Broncos is hoping to walk home from the game in his uniform. Broncos safety Mike Adams is from Paterson, New Jersey, which is about 12 miles away from MetLife Stadium. New Jersey’s highways are not known as a safe…
The Broncos, who have coped with major injuries throughout the season, look likely to have their full complement of available players for Sunday’s AFC title game against New England. All Broncos players fully practiced on Thursday, according to the club’s injury report. This includes starting free safety Mike Adams, who was limited with a thigh…
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Denver Broncos made it a clean sweep for Thursday’s practice as they prepare for Sunday’s AFC Championship. With safety Mike Adams (thigh bruise) having practiced fully in Thursday’s workout, the Broncos had all...Show More Summary