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College Greens left out of debate

By William R. Toler It isn’t just on the national stage that third-parties find themselves being excluded. A recent debate held at East Carolina University featured speakers representing several student political groups…except the ECU Greens. I was made aware of … Continue reading

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Principal parodies are protected speech

By Corey Friedman Students who poke fun at their principal or skewer the superintendent through online parody pages could go to jail under a shortsighted state law passed last month. North Carolina’s School Violence Prevention Act defines building a fake … Continue reading

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Occupancy rule in question

By William R. Toler A housing ordinance in one eastern Carolina city has the potential to be overturned, but it’s not looking good for those that want it gone. Greenville has had a rule on the books  since 1981 that prohibits … Continue reading

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Hudson says ‘Let the Students Speak’

By William R. Toler Over the past year I’ve added a number of books to my personal library that compose what I’ve dubbed my “Liberty Shelf.” Included on the shelf are four books each by Judge Andrew Napolitano and Congressman … Continue reading

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Community colleges to ban ‘threatening’ students

By William R. Toler By next spring, prospective students could be shown the door instead of an open door at their local community college. The NC Board of Community Colleges voted Friday to ban “threatening students” just weeks after a … Continue reading

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Schools to track children

By William R. Toler The indoctrination centers are at it again. This time…they’re tracking children. A California television station recently reported on a school district that is using RFID tags to track preschoolers. The story is a lovely puff piece … Continue reading

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Silly suspensions over fast food

By William R. Toler What would you think if your child got suspended from school because of what you brought them for lunch? Parents of Reidsville Middle School students had to deal with that last week, according to WHGP-TV. When … Continue reading

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School uniforms are worthless

By William R. Toler As anyone who reads this blog knows, I am completely against school uniform policies. Supporters of these stringent policies that turn all of our children into look-alike robots, purport that uniforms help keep order and children … Continue reading

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Free speech shot down at school

By William R. Toler A protester at a town hall meeting at a school in Reston, Va., late last month was threatened with arrest for a sign featuring the “Jokerbama” image, according to Alex Jones’ PrisonPlanet.com. The altercation was captured … Continue reading

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