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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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Updates: Raub released, Ademo appeals

By William R. Toler One week after being detained, a former Marine can return to his Virginia home. Thursday, a judge ordered the release of Brandon Raub, who had been shuffled between two psychiatric wards since his “arrest” Aug. 16 … Continue reading

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Schools aren’t sole source of education

By William R. Toler According to Earl Taylor with Onslow County (N.C.) schools, “…a high school diploma [is] the minimum that is required to be successful in life.” I couldn’t disagree with him more. That statement is what the Establishment … Continue reading

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Career paths corral students

By William R. Toler The North Carolina State Board of Education and the Department of Public Instruction are trying to push through a “Core Course of Study” that would “require all students to enroll in the University/College Preparatory or College … Continue reading

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