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Monday, July 12, 2010

Can this be true?

Posted By on Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 4:40 PM

This story is not from the Onion, but the Commercial Appeal in Memphis: Former Gov. (and Arkansas resident) Huckabee has accepted the position of chancellor of the Victory University Foundation (that's what it says — chancellor of a foundation) and will be raising money for Victory. Not for himself. Huh?

Victory is a for-profit Christian college in Memphis owned by the California-based Significant Federation, which does pay Huckabee for work, the article says.

The school president says the job will not require Huckabee to move to Memphis. As if.

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