Blagojevich finds new vocation teaching Civil War history

Here’s an exciting opportunity for all you loyal readers at the Federal Correctional Institution Englewood in Littleton, CO.

Your fellow inmate Rod Blagojevich, former governor of Illinois, is now teaching Civil War history.  If you’ve got some time on your hands—and I’d imagine you do—why not celebrate the sesquicentennial by learning a thing or two?

You might recall that, during his time in office, Blagojevich slashed funding for the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency and gave the state’s historic sites the cold shoulder.  I love a good redemption story.


Filed under Civil War

2 responses to “Blagojevich finds new vocation teaching Civil War history

  1. Every teacher brings a unique insight and valuable perspective to his subject. In Rod Blagojevich’s case, I doubt anyone could match his three-hour seminar on Thaddeus Stevens’ hairpiece.

    Take that, Bud Robertson!

    • Michael Lynch

      Maybe that guy who got busted for stealing presidential documents would be available for a guest lecture in Blago’s class.

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