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What will be learned at Paterno Library?

If Penn State president Rodney Erickson were the biblical King Solomon and had to resolve the conflict between two women who both claimed to be the mother of a particular baby, he would slice the infant in two and give … Continue reading

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Good deeds don’t wash away evil

The way some folks are talking about the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, you would think that God had given Moses the Ten Good Deeds to go along with the Ten Commandments. Paterno apologists are scrambling to salvage … Continue reading

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Paterno’s good deeds don’t right the wrong

In the strident, contentious world of sports commentary, the death of Joe Paterno on Sunday has evoked a remarkable display of tolerance. The gist is this: Paterno was a man of great accomplishments but he had weaknesses like any human being, … Continue reading

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