Salisbury Post & North Carolina

The Salisbury Post is a daily newspaper, founded in 1905, in Salisbury, North Carolina that serves the city and other municipalities in Rowan County, as well as the county itself. North Carolina is a state located in the southeastern United States. 1.0/5

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SALISBURY - More than 29,000 people, including Rowan County residents, have signed an online petition for North Carolina to secede from the United States of America.
Last Monday, a high school student in North Carolina engaged his social studies teacher in a heated debate about politics and the two leading presidential candidates. During the exchange, the teacher (an obvious Obama supporter) got very angry with the student and accused him of disrespecting the president. She even went so far as to tell the boy that he could be jailed for speaking ill of Obama. Sarah Campbell of the Salisbury Post first reported on the story. She claims that the school district is not releasing the name of the teacher and that she is not responding to requests for public comment (although the two students identified her to the newspaper). According to Campbell’s story, the teacher will not be suspended or even face disciplinary action for what was heard on the recording. A statement from the school was released at the end of the week: “The Rowan-Salisbury School System expects all students and employees to be respectful in the school environment and for all teachers to maintain thei ...
Happy Monday! Here is some audio of a high school teacher in North Carolina telling her students that it is illegal to criticize President Obama:  Some transcription, via the Salisbury Post: One student asks, “Didn’t Obama bully someone though?” The teacher responds: “Not to my knowledge.” In r...
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