IN THIS ISSUE: the politically correct, the politically incorrect, and the ugly.
Letters To The Editor
from Curtis Handsaker, Scott "Shu'al" Campanaro, Derek Benner,
Frank Ney, Dennis Kabaczy, Angel Shamaya, Dr. Khalil Ahmad, Mr. Tsun, and J Colson:
Will the Real Poltroon Please Stand Down?
by John 'Birdman' Bryant
I request that you include my essay in your 'magazine', and that you
offer me an opportunity to answer if you respond to it. In view of
Taylor's behavior, I do not of course expect that you will; but it
would be the right thing to do. In fact, it is curious and ironic that
Taylor's screed is published under a rubric which reads "Are you doing
the right thing?" which he certainly was not, and which he is most
unlikely to do. I do, however, want all of you to have a copy of my
response to his filthy little piece, and to be aware of how he has
degraded your 'magazine' by publishing it. Not that I expect you to be
US Should Stay out of UNESCO
by Wendy McElroy
A statement went almost unnoticed in President Bush's address (09/12)
to the UN General Assembly on Iraq. He pledged to rejoin UNESCO -- the
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization --
from which the US had withdrawn in protest in 1984. Rejoining is a mistake.
by the Editor
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