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Problems with the Status Quo

By Melissa Cameron If anyone truly understood my past experiences with the status quo, perhaps they would understand the necessarily formed resistance to institutions, whether medical or legal communities, or even our governmental institutions. But, rather than delve into my … Continue reading

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Protesters stand up for ‘offensive’ speech, against penalty

By William R. Toler Dozens of protestors joined liberty activist Adam Kokesh Monday for a protest aimed at a Massachusetts bylaw that fines profanity. Kokesh, a former marine, organized the event outside the town hall after the people of Middleborough … Continue reading

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Court: Principals trump parents

By Corey Friedman School principals can raise your children better than you, and they can punish the youngsters even when they sin far outside the schoolyard. That’s the gist of a June 2007 Supreme Court ruling everyone thought was about … Continue reading

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