More about Bill Powers –agendawise.com
By AgendaWiseReports, July 11, 2014 – This week we looked into the saga of Bill Powers resigning from UT, how the Tribune has protected Powers, and why grassroots can consistently outlast the ruling class cronies. For those of you unfamiliar with Bill Powers, he is the embattled President of UT who has for several years fought against growing demand for higher education accountability and reform. Emails proved that Powers has been anything but a neutral liaison between the Board of Regents and the anti-transparent University.
The Texas Tribune has protected Powers reputation from the day he was sworn in. They are also helping soften the blow from his recent firing by focusing on the one-year stay of execution he has received. The good news is, we see in this ordeal how grassroots perseverance defeats the ruling class. We also see how the media does a good job of making their wounded warriors appear strong even when they are not. The bottom line is grassroots perseverance is very bad for the corrupt ruling class but very good for sustainable government.