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Code enforcement needs due process

By William R. Toler and Corey Friedman [Note: The following was written as an editorial for The Richmond County Daily Journal July 10. A section that was excised from the original draft has been included in this version and appears … Continue reading

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Control: The mindset of abusers and government

By Eric Voliva Government: If you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to fear. Citizens: If I have nothing to fear, then why do I fear speaking out against you and being placed on some “terrorist watch-list”? Where … Continue reading

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Lenoir County: Stealing and spending

By William R. Toler In an effort to steal more money…I mean…raise revenue, Lenoir County Commissioners are going straight to the state. A bill proposed earlier this week would allow a slight increase (.25 percent) in the local sales tax, … Continue reading

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Two Rosaries confiscated from one student in three weeks

By William R. Toler Another American student has been deprived of religious liberty in a public school under the guise of safety. Manuel Vigil has had Rosary beads confiscated not once, but twice¬† in the past three weeks by Thompson … Continue reading

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End of inspections?

By William R. Toler Vehicle inspections may be a thing of the past if some state assemblymen get their way. While the notion does sound ideal…don’t count on it. The News & Observer reported last week that there is a … Continue reading

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