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Supreme Court sets up speech zone

By William R. Toler In a somewhat surpising move, the “High Court” made a decision that would have the justices of the 60s choking on their robes: protests are now banned on Court property. An addition was made to the … Continue reading

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Couple cuffed for lit near Liberty Bell

By William R. Toler Oh, sweet irony. A video recently posted on YouTube features a man and woman sitting on the ground near Independence Hall handcuffed for at least 10 minutes. The reason for their detainment: passing out fliers. What’s … Continue reading

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Gun control flouts Constitution

By Corey Friedman President Barack Obama brought four children to the stage Wednesday as he unveiled his gun control initiative at the White House. He should have invited Kendra St. Clair. St. Clair, who is 12, shot an intruder through … 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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