The Cleveland Plain Dealer on March 23, 2009 reports a dispute in Cleveland Heights-University Heights over the removal of a magazine at the library. According to the ACLU’s Christine Link: “Literature should not be removed from a school library simply because one person may find it inappropriate. Ms. Link called for the board to “immediately order that the magazine be reinstated.” The literature: Nitendo Magazine. The principal’s objection. Violence on the cover. The librarian objected because the principal did not follow the rules — object, take it to the School Board for a determination. I found this entirely amusing. I also find it delightful that we are arguing over a Nitendo Magazine, and not Huck Fin, Tropic of Cancer, etc.