Monthly Archives: September 2013

Strolling Along a Closed Champs Elysées

A late night stroll along the famous Paris street Champs Elysées may leave a less-than-desired experience for tourists hoping to stop by some of the street’s popular shops. As labor unions in America struggle to organize more groups of employees … Continue reading

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High School Textbooks Exclude Property Rights from Bill of Rights

Last week, the internet was buzzing about high school history textbooks that diminish or mischaracterize the Second Amendment. What some of those reports have not mentioned, however, is that the same books fail to even mention that the Bill of Rights … Continue reading

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Free Speech at Modesto Junior College Is Booked Until October

Free speech is not allowed on the sidewalk at Modesto Junior College in California, and students must represent an official organization if they want to pass out materials or engage in conversation with other students passing by. Even if what … Continue reading

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“The Hero Inside”

“The greatest thing I ever did with my life.” The largest sea evacuation in history took place on September 11, 2001, when nearly 500,000 civilians were rescued from Manhattan by boat in less than nine hours. By comparison, during World … Continue reading

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