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Monday, November 9, 2009

George Wythe Foundation Delinquent

As of end of business on October 12th, the George Wythe Foundation is delinquent in its renewal filing with the Utah Department of Commerce.


12/1/09 UPDATE:
The foundation has officially moved into the "Failure to File Renewal" delinquent status:

5 comments:

R.C. said...

Why is "Shannon Brooke" the registered agent? Was that info dictated over the phone?

The Real George Wythe said...

I'm not sure. That type of thing is easily corrected. It appears that someone at GWU lost the renewal card the state sends out every year.

Actually, it looks like they struggled with this last year, as it wasn't renewed until it was almost two months delinquent.

Tip for GWU: Remember that place online you went to "elevate" GWC to a university? That's right, the Dept of Commerce website. Go there, click on "Corporations" then click "Renew a business." You can then go through the steps.

Good luck! :)

Anonymous said...

This blog is awesome ;) Apparently we can say anything we want. Thanks TRGW for exposing this school. Inspiring greatness in others and moving the cause of liberty... Bah! Humbug!

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Andy Groft lies awake at night thinking of new ways to deceive young people into Virtue, Wisdom, Diplomacy and Courage. Charlatans, the lot of them.

R.C. said...

"I wonder if Andy Groft lies awake at night thinking of new ways to deceive young people into Virtue, Wisdom, Diplomacy and Courage."

I wonder if he lies awake at night thinking of ways to convince people he is actually espousing "virtue, wisdom, diplomacy and courage".

I didn't know those were things that could be taught at a college.

Virtue: not necessarily learned in college, but I think it should be developed long before that time and it should take an entire childhood and adolescence to develope

Wisdom: can wisdom be obtained by taking classes at an unaccredited right-wing college that reads Cleon Skousen?

Diplomacy: how many diplomats has GWU produced? By their fruits...something or other

Courage: What is GW"U" doing to promote and increase courage

It sounds to me like somebody has been watching the Wizard of Oz: To you a heart, to you a brain.