L. Neil Smith's
THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 86, August 21, 2000
Back to School
by TLE TLE@johntaylor.com
"We want to infuse the meaning of (Gore's) phrase, 'fighting for the
people, not the powerful,'" the source said. "We want people to get
to know Al Gore better."
[(1) Note that, in Gore's lexicon, "the people" are not "the powerful". (2) Can the Democratic Party really afford to let "[the] people ... know Al Gore better"? -- ed.]
5,000 children a month ("children" being defined here as under the age of five years) are dying in Iraq because of sanctions imposed by the UN, acting in support of the corrupt Clinton administration.
(Add to that 2,000-3,000 people a month total from all other age categories.)
All this imperial/colonial aggression in the name of control of oil supplies.
History documents unequivocally that there would have been no ratification of the USC if it had not been for the presence of the BoR.
So, if the statists/federalists want to continue to deny the BoR, it seems to me that they simultaneously negate the validity of the entire Constitution.
And that's fine. Yep, you hear me right. Throw the whole thing out.
No USC, no fedgov.
No fedgov, no "federal taxes".
No fedgov, no "federal land".
No fedgov, no "US Dept of ___".
No fedgov, no ...
VOTE CE IN 2000!
Some few highlights of the Republican Party's legacy of the past two decades:
Ruby Ridge (planning and execution)