12 February 2007

Nashua Hippo reports: "Ed Board Frees Speech."

Regarding the First Amendment free speech reversal, John Andrews noted:
“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,” King said. “That’s what our founding fathers said, and those four words ring true today.” In the night’s second public comment period, after the rule change passed, King urged the board to “get rid of Julia Earl as soon as possible ... She is a stain on your credibility.”

I know Board attorney Jamey McNamee is doing the best he can to deal with this issue because he's friends with another lawyer with whom I work. It's a small World, after all.

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