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Constitution can’t restrain all overreach

By William R. Toler As we make our way through Constitution Week, we will undoubtedly hear the parchment’s praises, how it is the document that gives us in the U.S. of A. our freedom. First off, the Constitution doesn’t give … Continue reading

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Two out of five ain’t bad: Some charges dropped in Billyrock case

By William R. Toler Two of the five charges against Amanda Billyrock have been dropped, according to the “adorable anarchist” herself. Friday afternoon, she posted an update on her Facebook page “on the false crusade against me by a few … Continue reading

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A look back at 2013

Another year is in the can and another begins. That means it’s time for another obligatory year-in-review story, or as Contributing Editor Corey Friedman says: “It’s time to do this thing we do infrequently.” [We haven’t done one the past … Continue reading

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Your right to remain silent may be used against you

By William R. Toler The robed wonders delivered yet another face-palm-inducing ruling Monday. According to the Supreme Court, now what you don’t say can be used against you in a court of law…unless you verbally invoke the Fifth Amendment. In … Continue reading

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Random thoughts of a borderline anarchist Part 1: Roots of a radical

By William R. Toler It’s sort of a running joke around the office that I’m the “free speech, anti-government guy.” In fact, that’s often how the executive producer introduces me to newcomers. (Despite the fact that there are at least … Continue reading

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Another Constitutional Convention?

By Richard C. Evey This country is headed for a disaster. I am not referring to the inauguration of the savior in January of 2009. That is another story and I am not going there, not now. I am referring … Continue reading

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What was Biden saying?

By William R. Toler Just what did Sen. Joe Biden, Democratic vice presidential nominee, mean by his statements this weekend? The major networks and other mass media outlets are just quoting the first part of Biden’s remarks: “Mark my words…It … Continue reading

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