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More Lies from Elizabeth Warren?

Mass. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, who faked Cherokee ancestry in order to gain an edge in her career as a law professor, is also purported to have been a nationally recognized debate champion in high school. Oddly though, professor Paul Rahe of Hillsdale College, who attended high school with Warren and was active on the debate team, does not even remember her being on the team.

I was a debater at Northwest Classen, and I went to every meet where we fielded a team when I was a sophomore, a junior, and a senior.

But I do not remember an Elizabeth Herring — although I found her in the 1966 year book, where she is listed as vice-president of the National Forensic League. But there is nothing in the yearbook about her being named “Oklahoma’s top high-school debater,” and it is very odd, indeed, that I remember nothing at all about that.

I do not remember everything and everyone, but I do remember the debaters. They were the people I hung out with — especially when I was a sophomore and a junior. Moreover, had one in our number been named “Oklahoma’s top high-school debater,” I would surely remember the person and the fact.

Someone should do a bit of investigative work. It is conceivable that Elizabeth Herring was a great star when I was a junior and that I have forgotten her. But I would not be surprised to learn that Ms. Warren has lied about things other than her supposed Cherokee heritage.

Was she named “Oklahoma’s top high-school debater?” And, if so, by whom?

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