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John Truex February 23, 2014 at 07:06 am
Again! Timely!
Sunny February 26, 2014 at 01:07 pm
Did you hear about Logan Airport parking dilemma? It's full due to the overlap of MA and NH Feb.Read More vacations. NH students are out of schools this week looking for fun things to do. Any suggestions?
Pine Village March 5, 2014 at 04:16 pm
Join Pine Village Preschool's Summer Program. A Spanish Immersion program catered for toddlers andRead More preschoolers. The first session is from June 30th to July 25th and the second session is from July 28th to August 22nd. For more information visit: http://mybilingualpreschool.com/programs/summer-programs/
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Alex Cross January 22, 2014 at 03:47 pm
Technology is way overrated. Just look at young people walking around like zombies staring at theirRead More phones. It's all just a big distraction.
its me January 23, 2014 at 11:49 am
Laquisha you should go study something.
its me January 25, 2014 at 11:17 am
Read a book
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Supporter January 26, 2014 at 11:35 pm
Darn I wish I had seen this sooner..I would have love to go to this with my hubby...Are thereRead More anymore coming soon??
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Aly January 7, 2014 at 04:48 pm
I'm interested in other Waltham parents' opinions on this. I also roamed my neighborhoodRead More unsupervised as young as 9, walked to school with friends starting at 11, took the bus to Harvard Sq. by 13. Heck, I was babysitting at 12, so I WAS the "supervision." Part of why I chose Waltham to settle in was the neighborhood feel - I want my kids to be able to walk to school, walk or bike to their friends' houses and the park. I want them to have some independence early on and not have to be driven/chaperoned everywhere. Of course, there's always a line. Too young, too much traffic, too late in the day, friends aren't savvy or responsible enough. But I wonder if my idea of that line is very different from others' and I especially want to know if anyone will be calling CPS on me! I do see unaccompanied kids who are maybe 10-11 running around my neighborhood, so I don't think it's that out of place, but I've also heard of people being accused of neglect by letting even their older kids go somewhere without an adult. If things have changed that much, I better know now…
Henry Munevar January 9, 2014 at 12:16 am
osende monteiro December 19, 2013 at 11:02 am
I refer you sir to Black's Law Dictionary I refer you to Common law, pls reread the ruling. PoliceRead More can not just assume everyone is drunk or has beem drinking. The Sgt Captains Military i know all say its a bunch of crap...to put it mildly blunt. Originally Supreme Court ruled it was ok, but since has over turned that citing Police can ask questions but we are not obligated to answer any questions without reasonable suspicion of a crime. Sir i have spoken to Supreme Court Judges, Constitutional Lawyers,honorable and truthful ones, and study the ratified 1791 Constitution regularly. Please send me your case law and ill review it, but im accurate about my sovereign individual RIGHTS
Marshall Ottina December 19, 2013 at 01:29 pm
Read Michigan Dept. of State Police v. Sitz, in which the Supreme Court declared: "TheRead More checkpoint program is consistent with the Fourth Amendment because “the balance of the State’s interest in preventing drunken driving, the extent to which this system can reasonably be said to advance that interest, and the degree of intrusion upon individual motorists who are briefly stopped, weighs in favor of the state program.”"
osende monteiro December 19, 2013 at 01:54 pm
Again States rights were upheld by 11 states which said violating individual rights does not justifyRead More the means. Sir give up your rights if you want, COMMON LAW TRUMPS ALL...! JUSTICE Stevens was correct did you read his statement or only Reniquest decision. FBI reports show as well as the public servants they can do more on normal duties than blanket everyone as guilty as in a checkpoint. Read carefully , we live in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, common law and constitution takes precedence. Supreme Court ruled blac weren't human, do you think they were correct, mhmmmm didn't think so, know your RIGHTS instead of challenging me on common law...ps btw Dr Stotsky tonight, Wilbraham Public Library 6:30 challenge her on her merits and on COMMON CORE CURRICULUM, sir...and dnt worry about grammar partner, focus on my message... i am not your enemy. Truth is all i seek, i spoke out on NCLB with Bush and now this crap, also my uncle's and cousins oppose checkpoints all on Miltary State Police Lawyer and two Judges i know, trying understanding the history of checkpoints before you agree to that crap in America. Article 61 Manga Carta Common Law, case laws, Jurisdiction applies as well, but seriously are you afriad of truth, it seems that way. You cite a case but you fail to mention States RIGHTS,common law, jurisdiction all of which apply... so in the famous words of Archie Bunker there...case closed !
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Larry Fine December 5, 2013 at 11:57 am
Oooh no the sky is falling the sky is falling. Get over it, you live in New England. Toughn up andRead More deal with it