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Bush Proposes Broadening the No Child Left Behind Act

Bush Proposes Broadening the No Child Left Behind Act - The proposals would give local school officials new powers to override both teachers’ contracts and state limits on charter schools in the case of persistently failing schools. [New York Times Washington]


Circuit City renigs on $40 coupon offer after it gets dugg!

Circuit City renigs on $40 coupon offer after it gets dugg! - Site now reads:ADVERTISEMENT CORRECTION NOTICE - Circuit City is no longer participating in the AllConnect "Getting You Plugged In" Coupon Offers. - Because an error in production regarding limitations occurred, we had no choice but to expire this offer. We apologize for any convenience or disappointment this may cause you, our valued customer. [Digg]


Public School Teacher to students: “You Belong In Hell”

YOU BELONG IN HELL
KEARNY - A Kearny High School student has accused a history teacher of crossing the line between teaching and preaching - and hes got the tapes to prove it.

Sixteen-year-old junior Matthew LaClair says he was shocked when history teacher David Paszkiewicz, who is also a Baptist preacher in town, spent the first week lecturing students more about Heaven and Hell than the colonies and Constitution.

"I would never have suspected something like this went on in a public school," LaClair said yesterday.


Jay Walkers fight back!

Via: News-Leader.com
"I wouldnt have thought anything about it if hed just said, Hey, use the crosswalk, and given us a warning the first time," says Selvage, a Springfield chef. "Then, the officer pulled his Segway up to the little building they use, then crossed the street the same place we did."


Hacking The Corporate Network, to be a nice guy…

Via Tech Web comes this story of a Former VP Of Technology Charged With Hacking Corporate Network. The kicker? He lets his former colleagues know that their jobs are in danger!

A former VP of technology at Source Media has been arrested and charged with hacking into the company's network, reading confidential e-mails, and tipping off employees who were in line to be laid off.

Hero? Hacker? Both?


U.S. Government Study Determines That 1% of the Internet is pornography, but that’s not why I’m writing this!

A CNN piece with that sensational headline discusses the COPA case as it winds it ways back through the court. The really exciting part of the whole article for me though is here:

Closing arguments in the four-week, non-jury trial before Senior U.S. District Judge Lowell Reed Jr. are expected Monday.

Why would I care about that you might ask? Is it because I happen to remember that he was the judge presiding over the original COPA case and struck it down so many years ago and I find it odd that he would be presiding over it again?
Nope.

It's because Senior U.S. District Judge Lowell Reed Jr. is the man who performed our wedding ceremony when my wife and I married some 13+ years ago.

He actually happens to be pretty tech savvy, and made a sound and studied decision the first time around. I suspect he will again in this case.


EFF fighting secret laws

EFF: Breaking News
EFF Asks Supreme Court to Tackle Secret Law

Americans Have the Right to See Laws They Must Follow

Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF and a coalition of non-profit organizations asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to hear a case challenging a secret law governing travelers in American airports.

The case centers on the Transportation Security Agency TSA requirement that travelers show identification before boarding commercial aircraft. So far, the TSA has refused to disclose the terms of the identification requirement to the public, claiming that they are "sensitive security information." In the amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to hear Gilmore v. Gonzales, EFF demonstrates that Congress never intended agencies to have unfettered discretion to impose requirements upon the public without allowing the public to review them.


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