"Now if somebody wants to sue us, they have an option to sue, but I'm fairly certain that a judge will see it the way the way the citizens see it here," Mayor James Valley said. "The citizens deserve peace, that some infringement on constitutional rights is OK and we have not violated anything as far as the Constitution."-- http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/08/13/town.curfew.ap/index.html?eref=rss_latest
So, he thinks that he has "some infringment" on constitutional rights, but that has not violated the constitution?
"As far as I'm concerned, at 3 o'clock in the morning, nobody has any business being on the street, except the law," Councilman Eugene "Red" Johnson said. "Anyone out at 3 o'clock shouldn't be out on the street, unless you're going to the hospital."
I didn't know freedom meant staying home at nighttime. These post 9/11 times are frightening, and not because of the terrorists.
Had I known yesterday, I would have posted this then.
The parking lot at PRCC is gone.
I whipped up a quick script to make an index of URLs on http://infohost.nmt.edu/ which was sorted by modification time. My web browser was quite unhappy that I pointed it at a page with 4.9 million links on it.