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Unlearning Liberty: A must-read to deter the degradation of discourse

By William R. Toler It isn’t hard to see the extreme socio-political polarization running rampant across the purple mountain majesties and amber waves of grain. Left versus right. Black versus white. Us versus them. One new book lays, at least … Continue reading

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Private police records should be public

By Corey Friedman North Carolina residents can legally be kept in the dark when it comes to the actions of sworn police officers enforcing state laws on private college campuses. In a wrongheaded and poorly reasoned June 5 ruling, the … Continue reading

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Occupancy rule in question

By William R. Toler A housing ordinance in one eastern Carolina city has the potential to be overturned, but it’s not looking good for those that want it gone. Greenville has had a rule on the books  since 1981 that prohibits … Continue reading

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Less tar, less nicotine, less freedom

By Corey Friedman Sometimes, explained Sigmund Freud, a cigar is just a cigar. And sometimes, it’s the First Amendment. Craven Community College sneaked an unconstitutional prior restraint rule in its tobacco-free campus policy this spring, and administrators appear unwilling to … Continue reading

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