Ok. Here's the setup. My school requires that all seniors do a "Senior Project". Without this project, you can't graduate. Semester 1 has you write a 10 page term paper on a subject of your choosing. That was ok. Not too fun. But ok. Semester two (and one) involves a "project". you must have at least 10 hours logged in. I currently have about six. My project is a paper called "The Freedom". http://www.alexwait.com/School/issue6TEXT.htm That's the article one of the teachers is all upset about? While, yes, it may be just an opionated article, I have approval to publish such a document. The paper got approved by the committee that handles the Senior Projects. And my principal looks over and approves each and every article before I publish them. I was ok with all that. The teacher who I will not name, picked up the article off a desk where it was presumably left before class started, read about halfway through, slammed it on the desk and said: "That's bull!@@!. Why do we let people publish such things in this country?" Oh my god! It's in the first Amendment you prick! Look it up! I can't believe it. And now, my friend told me that after I left on the bus, they called all the teachers in to discuss in the library if I should be able to do my project. This is unbelievable. Let's just say that teacher has tried to restrict the rights of the WRONG PERSON! This may get ugly! Check back for more? Oh, and any tips if case I have to fight back?