Wrong again Morgan, it is you and your fellow supporters of deceit and academic fraud that try to play both sides of the fraud vs. non-fraud side of the fence. On the one hand you say that you're for standard education and against degree mills but you are unwilling to define where this fence may be. You refuse to admit that this standard is best defined and enforced by accreditation but you refuse to list any habitually unaccredited schools that specialize in distance education that are academically sound in your opinion. The standards are already set buddy. It is you and your fraudulent ilk that don't accept it.