The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez, Kent Van Cleave, and Bob Gibson
Drawing the Line
by L. Neil Smith
As another election season starts to heat up (I don't know why;
nothing political in my lifetime has ever changed except by getting worse) it's time
again to discuss what it's really all about this time, what the principal issue really
is, a topic usually found buried in stinking darkness under tons (and centuries) of
farm animal excrement. It doesn't take a Ph.D. in Political Science, or a Gypsey fortune
teller (two credentials of approximately the same value. That buried topic—it's all
that elections are ever all about—is human rights: what they are, where they
come from, who's got 'em, and who ain't.
Freedom of Speech: A Very Brief Defence against Tanya Cohen
by Sean Gabb
I have been directed to this article, published today: ?Australia Must
Have Zero Tolerance for Online Hatred", by Tanya Cohen of something called The Australian
Independent Media Network. It is a very long article, and I will begin my response by
quoting the passages I find most objectionable.
by A.X. Perez
John Adams described the mob confronting the soldiers at the Boston
massacre as "a motley rabble of saucy boys, Negroes, and mulattos, Irish teagues and
outlandish jack tars...shouting and hazing and threatening life...whistling, screaming, and
rending an Indian yell... throwing every species of rubbish the could pick up in the street."
Martin—A Seasonal Short Story
by Sean Gabb
Martin was conscious once more. His head felt like someone had hit
it with a sledgehammer. Where was he? He opened his eyes and fought hard against the
spotty blur he could only see at first.
Neale's Gun Rant for 3-29-2015
by Neale Osborn
We're starting this off with a new author, Mama liberty. Ok, she's
not new, in fact, she's been my go-to Gal for a long time. Mama is usually a pretty
up-beat lady, but this one has echoes of my bad days. It's called "Nobody and Everybody".
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 321
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 321 of a weekly cartoon series.