Number 82, July 24, 2000
L. Neil Smith, Publisher
John Taylor, Editor
Vin Suprynowicz, Honorary Editor
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Letters To The Editor
from Our Readers
by John Taylor
The Cartoon: "Bushy Promise"
by Scott Bieser
What's Wrong With Patriotism?
by Vin Suprynowicz
Against Atrocity or For Liberty?
Second Thoughts About 'The Patriot'
by Tracy Harms
by John Hoffman
ENDNOTE: As Decision 2000 looms ever nearer, several correspondents have alerted me to a grassroots campaign that appears to be gaining significant momentum in flyover country:
"Cthulhu for President"
Best campaign slogan seen to date:
"Why vote for a lesser evil?"
Numerous sources abound; use your favorite search engine. See also: http://www.cthulhu.org/