"F-k outta here with your nice words", one of her posts read. That's actually how simple this is.
Classy - and such a talented writer!
She first met her husband-to-be at the age of 16 when she was a schoolgirl and he was a student at an elite preparatory school in MA.
Randa Jarrar, who teaches in the English department, took to Twitter last night and wrote a series of tweets condemning Bush, who died at the age of 92 after a battle with lung disease and congestive heart failure. Unless the death you're celebrating is that of someone like Adolf Hitler or Usama Bin Laden.
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She tells traffic control, "Yeah, we have part of the aircraft missing so we're going to need to slow down a bit". Federal officials said Riordan's death was the first passenger fatality on a USA carrier since 2009.
Abre Conner, a staff attorney for ACLU Northern California, said Jarrar's statements fall under her First Amendment rights to express a political opinion on her own time. Her statements were made as a private citizen, not as a representative of Fresno State.
Not according to the university. It said that the professor relocated to the United States after the Gulf War from Kuwait and Egypt.
On Wednesday morning, Lynnette Zelezny, Fresno State's provost vice president of academic affairs, held a press conference, calling Jarrar's statements "deeply disrespectful". The death of First Lady Barbara Bush has brought out the worst in these people and the ignorant rage is best exemplified by California State University professor Randa Jarrar. Jarrar fired back, offering up Castro's Twitter handle.
She needs to be fired, if, for nothing else, her astounding lack of judgement and abundance of arrogance.
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By Wednesday morning, Jarrar's Twitter account appeared to be set to private with a message saying she was "currently on leave from Fresno State".
What they don't seem to get is that the First Amendment protects them from the government suppressing their speech. I want everybody to see how hateful and dimwitted it really is.
Individuals still have the freedom to say all of those abhorrent things, but their speech has consequences.
The comments from Professor Randa Jarrar are wholly inappropriate and out of line. Even those who do not support Bush family politics responded negatively to Jarrar's tweet.
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By that account, Jarrar still has a long way to go to succeed. Mrs.