Gibson’s Bakery Deserves Justice Week in Education
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Saturday, September 3, 2022 at 08:00am 5 Comments
What happened to the Gibson family was absolutely awful. They won, but when will they get justice?
- Gibson’s Bakery Wins! Ohio Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Oberlin College Appeal
- Why is the Gibson Family Still Waiting to be Paid by Oberlin?
Two embarrassing videos.
- VIDEO: Jill Biden Can’t Answer When Asked How Student Debt Cancellation Lowers Cost of College
- VIDEO: Gen Z’ers Can’t Answer Grade-School Level Questions on American Civics
What could go wrong?
- Troy University Offering Program to Teach Students ‘Moral and Anti-Woke Business Practices’
- Ithaca College Orientation Speaker Lectured Students ‘on Their White Supremacy’
- U. Cincinnati Offers ‘Identity Centers’ Due to ‘Nationwide Uncertainty’ Over Abortion, Bills Targeting LGBT People
Nothing in higher education makes sense anymore.
- U. Maryland-Baltimore’s Writing Center Wants Applicants with ‘Anti-Racist Coursework or Activism’
- Stanford Prof Thinks the 2020 Election ‘Big Lie,’ Capitol Riot are ‘a Drive to Protect a Racist Order’
- Villanova, a Catholic School, Issues ‘Gender Inclusive’ Guide, Encourages ‘Discussions of Gender’
Progressive ideas are so popular, they have to be required.
Where is the balance?
- Study Finds Only Nine Percent of Law Professors Identify as Conservative
- Only 2% of Florida Students Participated in Mandated Freedom and Diversity Survey
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Gibsons should have a copy of the court’s decision enlarged to poster size pages and display them in the front windows.
I think that Oberlin is desperately holding on for a Left-wing Coup that will absolve them of any responsibility. Much like I am hoping for a giant meteor that will forestall some car maintenance that I am avoiding. 😉
If I read the excerpts of Plaintiff’s appellate brief correctly, the court has already awarded the damages to be paid immediately. All that should be left is a request the bond sum be immediately released to the parties, divided per Judgement. As of 23 hours ago this has not occurred.
Not a request, a court order backed up by sheriff deputies.
Can you file another action for the harm of non-response and slow-walking? At what point does this become actionable non-payment of a debt?
I also kinda wonder: lawfare is a thing. File a collection suit anyway. It’s bad press, and proceedings before it’s thrown out extract their own costs. That isn’t a crime if they can’t prove that’s why you’re doing it. (We’ve demonstrated this much again, and again.)