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"Slaughter of the Innocents": When D.C. Considered Banning High School Football

In a Washington Herald column published on November 10th of that year, she argued that high school football produced academic ... were supposed to be educating. Describing football as a "slaughter of ... read more

A High School Student Faces Expulsion for Noticing the Square Root Symbol Looks Like a Gun

That's it, folks. A kid at Oberlin High School in Oberlin, Louisiana, observed that if you kind of squinted, the square root symbol looks like a weapon. Then the social media rumor mill went to work a... read more

Editorials from around New England

What was the high school graduate of 1942 to think ... “I’ve had enough of the ongoing slaughter of innocents, and I’ve had enough of inaction in this body.” What has changed in the year since the Con... read more

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My View: More school resource officers, more safe school communities

the president of the National Association of School Resource Officers and a school resource officer in the largest high school in Arizona. This week, Schools of Thought publishes perspectives on schoo... read more

FCC considers banning Washington name from broadcast TV

With the blackout rule now scuttled, the FCC can turn its attention to another NFL-related item of business: Preventing broadcast networks from using the name of the Washington NFL franchise. On Tuesd... read more

The night the lights went out in Georgia

We don’t know if Troy Davis was actually guilty of killing a police officer or not. But that’s the point. Seven out of nine witnesses recanted, another person apparently confessed, there is no physica... read more

Theater shooting one of deadliest in recent history

It was the worst mass shooting in Colorado since the Columbine High School massacre on April 20 ... leads a shooting and bombing rampage on a packed football stadium. It was the final installment of t... read more

Matt Chaney

President Theodore Roosevelt is remembered as an ardent football supporter, but his son Ted's high school and college playing injuries complicated his feelings about the sport's inherent violence. Tha... read more

The Trump Presidency: Year One

One year ago Saturday, Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, kicking off an unpredictable year. From day one, Trump dominated headlines, publicly feuding with rivals ... read more

Pay for Pray: Ex-Navy chaplain to pay graduation speakers for offering a prayer

A former Navy chaplain is offering a reward to any student who says a prayer during a graduation ceremony at a school in Florida following the threat of a lawsuit by an atheist group aimed at banning ... read more

Since when have personal guns been used to defend political liberty?

What has to be done to bring the repeated slaughter of innocents to an end? For his pains, Morgan attracted a full magazine of gun nuts, including one Alexander Emerick “Alex” Jones, a self-described ... read more

What Can Be Done To Stop School Shootings Without Shredding the Constitution?

We're not even five months into a midterm election year, and 2018 has seen a string of high-profile incidents that have darkened the public's view of civilian gun ownership: February's massacre at Mar... read more

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