Sorry, not listening anymore. Well, not for a while now.
We’ve always fed the dogs Blue Seal.
Now to the question of student speech.
â€œIllegal drugs and the glorification of the drug culture are profoundly serious problems for our nation,â€ Mr. Starr, a former solicitor general, told the justices in the opening moments of his argument on Monday.
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A majority of the court seemed willing to create what would amount to a drug exception to studentsâ€™ First Amendment rights, much as the court has in recent years permitted widespread drug testing of students, even those not personally suspected of using drugs, under a relaxed view of the Fourth Amendment prohibition against unreasonable searches.
Maybe I’m just dense, but I don’t get the connection other than the same-old deep moralistic bunk expressed in war promotion. Isn’t this like chasing mice with a truck?
We should get back to poetry.
So, when is Connecticut going to break ground on road-surface technology, emissions, and better weather?
But by the way, could someone tell me the use of Google Scholar?
I know you’re not listening right now, but give this column a read sometime. It’s by fellow Democrat, cynicist, and English professor, Orson Scott Card: