Minutiae
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The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.
--Cornelius Tacitus (c. 116 A.D.)

Friday, November 29, 2002
Hmmm. As I've been saying Europe is going to have trouble sooner or later.
posted by Rachel 11/29/2002
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Gun control in Canada. Hmm who could have predicted such an outcome?
(link via instapundit.)
posted by Rachel 11/29/2002
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Good grief! FYI Coleman is Jewish. I'd lay even odds that a Macalester student did it.
posted by Rachel 11/29/2002
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I think that this is a good thing, but it's inconsistent with a whole lot of previous policy and rulings. Either students have the same first amendment rights as every other citizen, (open to debate because they're minors,) or they don't and the schools are allowed to do whatever they deem necessary to maintain a functional 'learning environment'. If they do in fact have first amendment rights then they're allowed to wear offensive shirts and post whatever they want on the internet. If they don't then someone better come up with a better argument to deprive 18-year-old seniors of their rights.
posted by Rachel 11/29/2002
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