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The Age of Totalitolerance

Much evil may be committed in the name of “justice” or “equality” or, ironically, “freedom.” All of us believe in some version of those precepts.  Thus, to oppose a strain of totalitarianism that gallops into town under a banner bearing the … Continue reading

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Anti-Bullying / Anti-Free-Speech Redux

I wrote a piece last August arguing that new anti-bullying laws would inevitably lead to the enforcement of such provisions butting up against First Amendment rights.  In it, I wrote: Several potential problems with the policy became clear rather quickly. … Continue reading

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The Sampler Platter

One of the many benefits of my decision to disengage from the cumbersome world of prep sportswriting is that I now have a much greater ability to write for other outlets.  It’s nice to present my work for different audiences … Continue reading

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Anti-Bullying Intent, Anti-Free-Speech Result?

Last week, over at A New Voice, I tackled the inevitable collision of anti-bullying efforts and the free speech rights of students.  An expanded version of that piece is below: A broad new social media policy recently implemented by California’s Lodi Unified … Continue reading

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The Axis of Ego Podcast: 3/28/13

In part one of a two-parter, Tom Garrett and Harrison Weinhold cover a series of topics including American foreign policy vis a vis emerging nuclear powers (with a bunch of hypotheticals therein), what the Kate Upton prom proposal might tell … Continue reading

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