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Update: Suspended student returns wearing same shirt

By William R. Toler After being suspended for refusing to turn his shirt inside out, Jared Marcum returned to school Monday wearing the very shirt that led to his suspension and arrest. That shirt portrayed a rifle and the logo … Continue reading

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Johnson crowd surfs in Salt Lake City

By William R. Toler Who says all politicians are dull? At the end of a town hall meeting in Utah, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson decided to have a little fun with the crowd…and surf them. From the Daily Paul: … Continue reading

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Johnson, Howe excluded from debates

By William R. Toler Despite the best efforts of the two major political parties and the mainstream media, third-party candidates aren’t giving up. According to Policymic.com, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson will join Jill Stein (Green Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution … Continue reading

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Did school board meetings break law?

By Ryan Graczkowski And now back to our regularly scheduled classroom drama. The Wake County school board had been accused of improper voting procedures in the decision to undo the diversity policy. According to the suit, the committee’s decision to … Continue reading

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‘Personal’ e-mails are public records

By Corey Friedman Changing the return address on your sweepstakes form doesn’t make you any more (or less) likely to become an instant millionaire. Likewise, a government official writing about work can’t duck open records laws by sending messages from … Continue reading

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