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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Nathan Pemberton
The government's anti-bullying campaign is getting kicked up a notch. Just before President Obama endorsed homosexual marriage, he endorsed legislation vastly expanding the federal role in fighting bullies, also at the behest of homosexual activists. While that may sound like a big deal, the reality is that government's anti-bullying efforts are a joke. Instead of worrying about Mitt Romney's alleged bullying 50 years ago, journalists should be asking why these programs are so ridiculous.
However, according to reports, Ms. Pemberton said, "The school had told us and told him as well, just walk away. Walk away, find a teacher."
"Well, when those things happened, and he did find a teacher, there were hardly any repercussions,"