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William Toler: Profile of a news activist

By Hugh D. Fegely [Note: The following was written as an academic paper by Fegely, a former co-worker of Toler’s at WCTI-TV, for a news reporting and writing class at Ashford University in March. Some reformatting and editing was done … Continue reading

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Orwellian World: Part Trois

By William R. Toler Even working in the news industry, I still seem to miss big stories. If it wasn’t for Infowars.com, I never would have seen a story out of my home state about spying streetlights. I was planning … Continue reading

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Big Brother and the Nanny State

By William R. Toler When it comes to the overreaching of government, there are usually two paternal personifications: Big Brother and the Nanny State. Both are invasive in their own right and typically used in tyranical tandem to undermine the … Continue reading

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New World Order: Are we there yet?

By Richard C. Evey Libertarian/Patriot I made the mistake of reading George Orwell’s book 1984. It made me very upset and made me think about what is happening to this once-great country of ours. I did read it a long … Continue reading

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Orwellian World: Part Zwei

By William R. Toler As I continue reading George Orwell’s 1984, I observe more startling revelations. WAR IS PEACE FREEDOM IS SLAVERY IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH The above mantra is scattered thoughout the book and the statements are the “three slogans of … Continue reading

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Orwellian world

By William R. Toler I often wonder if I’m becoming too paranoid. I’ve asked several people that question and haven’t really gotten a response. Although when I told my estranged wife I had just purchased 1984, she said I should … Continue reading

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