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Profanity fine leads to planned protest

By William R. Toler WARNING: In the spirit of free speech, this post is completely uncensored. A recent decision by a Massachusetts town to fine foul language has spurred a massive, planned showing of civil disobedience. Liberty activist Adam Kokesh … Continue reading

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Lethal force against law enforcement OK’d in Indiana

By William R. Toler A new law in Indiana has liberty activists cheering and law enforcement cringing. A recent addition to the state’s Castle Doctrine bill gives residents the greenlight to use lethal force to protect their homes and vehicles … Continue reading

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License to blog?

By William R. Toler I love North Carolina. It’s a beautiful state, from the miles of beaches on the Atlantic Coast to the hazy hills of the southern Appalachians. But sometimes the idoacy of the “powers that be” make me sad … Continue reading

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Carolina crop circles

By William R. Toler Alien intervention, paranormal prank or weather weirdness? Mysterious crop formations in western Craven County have locals buzzing. According to NewsChannel 12, the formations appeared in several wheat fields nearly two weeks ago along Rollover Creek Road. … Continue reading

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Man arrested for trying to report suspected crime

By Carlos Miller Photography Is Not a Crime John Nix pulled out his cell phone after spotting what he thought was a gang of thugs mugging a man in the parking lot of a North Carolina shopping mall last week. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the fallout of Amendment One

By Adam Carlson Well, the amendment passed and now the opinions are flying left and right like shit being hurled from the monkey house at the zoo. There have been a lot of people who voted for this amendment stating … Continue reading

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School clothing hang-ups

By William R. Toler Three girls. Two schools. One problem. They all got in trouble for their clothing decisions… and it’s not like they were dressed like whores. Texanna Edwards, a senior at Gibson County High School, showed up at … Continue reading

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Amendment One: A political powergrab

By Jennifer Nicole Howard Why is it that so many conservatives are afraid of gay people? Something tells me they aren’t. The North Carolina General Assembly, largely controlled by Republicans, has passed an amendment to the state’s constitution which will … Continue reading

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Court confirms strip-search

By William R. Toler While the mainstream media is focused on the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the debacle that is ObamaCare, a case with dire consequences has slipped through the cracks. Earlier this week, the 9 robed ones ruled that … Continue reading

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Negative America

By Justin A. Chick There seems to be a growing trend in American society these days of widespread, unprovoked pessimism. From the cynical, unfounded drivel generated in the media to the political slander prevalent in modern politics, this negativity is … Continue reading

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Banning the future

By James White I was looking at the list of banned books, which disturbed me greatly, but what really grabbed my attention was the list of reasons for why the books were banned. There were several mentions of a book that … Continue reading

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There goes the Judge

By William R. Toler Shortly after 4 pm, FOX Business Network announced a reshuffling of programming which included cancelling Freedom Watch hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano. And Libertarians across the country are pissed. In a press release, the network announced … Continue reading

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Meet the Libertarians

By William R. Toler After a struggle to stay on the ballot, the North Carolina Libertarian Party has six, count ‘em, six candidates for president listed on the ballot. Out of the six, the most-known is former New Mexico Governor … Continue reading

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NDAA causes controversy

By William R. Toler You wouldn’t think something as innocent-sounding as the National Defense Authorization Act would pose such a threat to the people of the nation. On first thought, it sounds like just funding the military….which is just what … Continue reading

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Golden Rule booed in S.C.

By William R. Toler “[C]an’t believe the golden rule got booed in SC. wow.” That was the status from a Facebook “friend” during the GOP debate Monday night in the Palmetto State. The Golden Rule, treat others as you would … Continue reading

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