Tax Dollars and the Gay Agenda?

January 20, 2010

The below was sent out over the taxpayer funded web system to almost all ASU students and some alumni.  It was passed on to us.  Thoughts?

From: ASUINFO <>
Date: Wed, Jan 20, 2010
Subject: Homosexuality and the Bible

The ASU Counseling Center is presenting a program in the I.G. Greer
auditorium on January 20th at 7:00pm. The program is about the
gay-affirming interpretation of biblical scripture. The program involves
watching the movie “For the Bible Tells Me So.” Movie viewers are
invited to participate in a question-and-answer panel discussion
immediately after the movie.

Please encourage students of all walks of life to attend.


The CAPS Diversity Committee —–

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Let the debates begin!

October 8, 2008

It’s debate time. Dan Soucek and Cullie Tarleton will square off over the 93rd NC House position.  Jerry Butler and Steve Goss are also ready to rumble over the 45th Senate seat.

Wednesday, October 8 at 7pm. The debate will be held in the Belk Library Commons, room 114 on the campus of Appalachian State University.

Please come out and support Dan and Jerry this Wednesday!

Appalachian alum among 3 Green Berets killed

October 2, 2008

Published: October 2, 2008

Updated: 08:01 am

The military says three Green Berets from Fort Bragg were killed this week when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
The Army Special Operations Command said Wednesday that the deaths occurred Monday in Helmand province at the village of Yakchal. The soldiers were assigned to Company B, 1st Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group.

The soldiers were identified as Capt. Richard G. Cliff Jr., 29, of Mount Pleasant, S.C.; Sgt. 1st Class Jamie S. Nicholas, 32, of Maysel, W.Va.; and Sgt. 1st Class Gary J. Vasquez, 33, of Round Lake, Ill.
Cliff was a Special Forces team commander and received his commission in 2002 after graduating from Appalachian State University. He joined the Special Forces in July. He is survived by his wife, Stacy; son, Richard, both of Sanford; and his parents, Julie and Richard Sr. of Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Nicholas was a team weapons specialist who joined the Army in 1994 and joined the Special Forces in 2006. He is survived by his wife, Michelle; stepson, Brenton Troup; stepdaughter, Sharise Troup, all of Hope Mills; and his parents, Karen and Burke of Wallback, W. Va.

Vasquez was a team engineer who joined the Army in 2000 and became a Green Beret in 2004. He is survived by his wife, Sarah, of Raeford; his mother, Margaret Du Hasek of Highland, Ill.; and a brother, Barry Du Hasek, of Highland, Ill.