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Hammer's attorney claimed
Miller's statements on homosexu-
als in "Disgust" and in another book
written by Miller called "Faking It,"
in which he said society considers
gays to be a "pariah group," showed
his feelings toward gays.
Green said Miller was forth-
coming in his testimony, particu-
larly when he said that the Bible
condemned homosexuality as an
In response, Seryak argued
because since "Faking It" was pub-
lished in 2003, after Hammer's
tenure decision, it should be not be
considered in court.
Green also argued that Law
School Prof Kyle Logue's vote
against Hammer should not be
counted because of Logue's church's
teachings on homosexuality.
Logue said in his testimony that
he voted against1Hammer because of
his scholarship, but Hammer argues
that Logue's anti-gay feelings can be
seen in the fact that he teaches reli-
gious education classes at a church
that views homosexuality as a "sin"
and an "abomination."
Seryak argued in response that
the church doctrine does not accu-
rately represent Logue's personal
A third Law School professor,
Richard Friedman, was also cited in
Green's arguments before the judge.
Though Friedman said his belief
that Hammer wasn't likely to be a
leader in his area of expertise was
the reason for voting against tenure,
Hammer's attorney pointed to Fried-
man's role in revamping the Law
School's tenure policy as evidence of
bias against the gay professor.
Shortly before Hammer's review,
Green said, Friedman helped
redraft the Law School's policy
which eliminated the opportunity
for an individual to challenge a ten-
Judge Giddings ended the hear-
ing by saying he needed more time
to decide whether Hammer's claims
of sexual discrimination would go
to a jury trial.
If Hammer's case is success-
ful and his tenure decision gets
reversed, it's up to the court to
decide whether the professor's ten-
ure decision will be subject to addi-
tional approval by the University's
Board of Regents.
Hammer could also receive ret-
roactive tenure and back pay from
the past five years.
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For Friday, March 7, 2008
(March 21 to April 19)
Yikes! Avoid power struggles with
parents, bosses, family members and
authority figures. Don't try to throw
your weight around. If you do, you'll
only arouse more opposition. (Who
(April 200to May 20)
Avoid arguments about religion, poli-
tics and racial issues. Don't think you
know best. (But don't let others bully
(May 21 to June 20)
Disagreementseabout shared posses-
sions, money or practically anything
could arise today. Your best bet is to zip
your lip. No matter what you say, you're
going to end up in hot water.
(June 21 to July 22)
This is apoor day for cooperation with
others, especially partners and close
friends. Avoid arguments the minute you
see them coming. Just run away!
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Someone could be working behind the
scenes against your best interests. If you
think something fishy is going on, itsis.
Don't be afraidto expose it. Tread care-
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Arguments with grous or even a
friend will arise easily today. Try to
avoid these, because youwon't win and
it won't be apretty picture. Demonstrate
grace under pressure.
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This is a terrible day to throw your
weight around. Don't crossswordswith
bosses, parents, VIPs or authority fig-
ures. Power struggles will erupt at the
drop of a pin.
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You might be passionately carried
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Save it for another day. (Cool your jets.)
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Arguments about shared property,
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It's not easy to seteye to eye with
those who are closest to you today.
People are just in your face. Don't take
the bait. Instead, keep the peace.
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You're keen to work very hard today.
That's fine. But you don't have to make
others work hard as well, because maybe
they don't want to. (And don't get your
be ly in a rash.)
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Parents must be easygoing with chil-
dren today. Power struggles easily can
cause problems and misunderstandings.
Ditto for romantic relationships.
"Correction does much, but encourage-
ment does more."
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conceptual lers, you see new ways of
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