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Submission + - Can Black Rod Save Tasered Student? (nyud.net)

samjam writes: The Coral Cached article explains how political ceremony can re-enforce and preserve citizens rights for generations to come and suggests how to apply this to political rallys to prevent abuse of constitutional rights. Like Slashdot's famous first post we need a first-question and first-answer to be asked at every political rally or circumstance were abuse of liberty is feared. Not only this, it must become a revered ceremony, perhaps by a few drops of blood from some of those brave enough to start it off — though as a ceremony it is one of the least confrontational ways to maintain these rights. [Full disclosure — I am the author. Please discuss on slashdot, not my poor blog.]
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Can Black Rod Save Tasered Student?

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