After accusations the US Air Force Academy could not justify hiring Dr. Mike Rosebush, the Academy has now said it will review its hiring practices to make sure they are
legally sound, equitable and unbiased
The Academy has repeatedly said that Dr. Rosebush has performed his duties well and there have been no complaints. Still, USAFA said they will “specifically focus” on his hiring. Three homosexual USAFA cadets — presumably those who would have been most harmed by Dr. Rosebush, according to critics — even told the press they’d never heard of Dr. Rosebush until his name came up in the press.
According to at least one talking head, some of USAFA’s response to the criticisms of Dr. Rosebush has fed the fires. The Air Force Academy has repeatedly emphasized that Dr. Rosebush Read more
As reported at the Air Force Times, groups have called on the US Air Force Academy to fire Dr. Mike Rosebush, a member of its Center for Character and Leadership Development, for his
extensive history of work with organizations that seek to change gays’ and lesbians’ sexual orientations.
Dr. Rosebush is a 1975 graduate of the Air Force Academy — one year senior to General Mark Welsh, current Air Force Chief of Staff. Dr. Rosebush was a fighter pilot and retired in 1995 as a Lieutenant Colonel.
John Aravosis of the homosexual advocacy AmericaBlog and Evan Hurst of Truth Wins Out led the charge, with Truth Wins Out saying Rosebush was an “ex-gay charlatan.”
The Air Force Academy initially provided only a short response saying they are “committed to human dignity:” Read more