Down the Memory Hole
A certain minister who we shall not name is an alumnus of Oral Roberts University. That is not surprising. And if you do a Google search "ORU distinguished God Ted Haggard" you get a hit saying "For his Distinguished Service to God, ORU will be honoring Ted Haggard, Class of 1978..." It will take you to this page. But you will be hard pressed to find any mention of the man.
But if you do a page source on the web page you find what used to be there. Admittedly its in there with all the html crap but it is there. It says: "For his Distinguished Service to God, ORU will be honoring Ted Haggard, Class of 1978. Haggard is the president of the National Association of Evangelicals, as well as the senior pastor of the thriving New Life Church in Colorado Springs. In 2005, Time magazine named Haggard one of "The 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America." A powerful voice in both ministry and government, Harper's magazine asserted, "No pastor in America holds more sway over the political direction of evangelicalism than does Pastor Ted, and no church more than New Life." Haggard has also written (or co-written) over a dozen books, and lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Gayle, and their five children."
Gee, how quickly they have flushed him down the memory hole.