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Gun control flouts Constitution

By Corey Friedman President Barack Obama brought four children to the stage Wednesday as he unveiled his gun control initiative at the White House. He should have invited Kendra St. Clair. St. Clair, who is 12, shot an intruder through … Continue reading

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Congressman bans cameras, cops commit armed robbery

By William R. Toler In a shocking display of police state tactics, an Ohio Congressman banned and had cameras confiscated from individuals attending his town hall meeting. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH) allegedly had signs placed in front of the venue … Continue reading

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Camera ban may be unconstitutional

By William R. Toler A ban on cameras in a New Hampshire district may be unconstitutional according to the First Amendment Center. A judge issued an “unsigned” order on July 1 that bans all cameras and other recording devices, except where permission … Continue reading

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No cameras in Keene court

By William R. Toler A New Hampshire judge has banned the use of cameras and other recording equipment in the Cheshire County. According to FreeKeene.com, an administrative judge from the Circuit Court issued an “unsigned” order Friday that places a … Continue reading

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You can dance if you want to

By Eric Voliva Dance: Movement of the body, usually rhythmic, used as a form of expression. This definition of one of the most natural forms of self expression covers everything from a formal ballroom waltz to a simple nodding of … Continue reading

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The ‘Nanny State’ of North Carolina

By William R. Toler My home state was recently the recipient of an award that’s not so honor-worthy. North Carolina was named Reason.tv’s “Nanny State of the Month” for May 2011. The reason for Reason’s choice: a 1993 ban on … Continue reading

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First Amendment vs. Second Amendment

By William R. Toler Similar bills in several states could have civil libertarians scratching their heads, trying to decide what side to stand on. Three southern states, including North Carolina, currently have legislation in the works that would prohibit doctors … Continue reading

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Community colleges to ban ‘threatening’ students

By William R. Toler By next spring, prospective students could be shown the door instead of an open door at their local community college. The NC Board of Community Colleges voted Friday to ban “threatening students” just weeks after a … Continue reading

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CCC to go smoke-free

By William R. Toler Officials at Craven Community College gave the greenlight to a campus-wide smoking ban to take effect next fall. The ban is the result of a survey from earlier this year that found most students and staff … Continue reading

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