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Rights need protection

July 6, 2014

As the technology has allowed bullying to go from school halls to cyberspace, governments predictably have looked at protecting children from Internet-based harassment....

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Jul-07-14 11:59 PM

unfortunately, still the best method of dealing with a bully is old fashioned one on one fisticuffs. That is an encounter that the bullies don't expect. One time usually ends the problem. Retaliation is the only thing they understand

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Jul-07-14 10:31 AM

No matter how much social engineering the libs apply, they just cannot stop kids from being kids or adults from being adults. First there was Dr. Benjamin Spock who's 'advice' later yielded the 'Trophy' Generation where every thought, answer or deed was correct and competition was structured so nobody is wrong or loses. Is anyone really surprised that we have thin skinned, social-skills deficient couch potato's staring at a phone or computer screen, oblivious to the world and crying 'they're picking on me'. Well, you have the 'right' to go out and play, you have the 'right' to not let somebody offend you, how about a Get Over Yourself Law instead.

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Jul-06-14 9:52 AM

Yes bullying is wrong and just like the removal of these violent videos like bugs bunny, elmer fudd, popeye, road runner and many others is an example of (and will continue to) going too far. You cannot watch a cartoon character or any religion in schools but liberalism is being forced in many classrooms. What is worse a cartoon or a total brainwash of our children by the liberal educators.

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