Let Him Who Desires Peace ...

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A Drug War Carol
A Drug War Carol

by Susan Wells, Scott Bieser, Lloyd W. Meek, and ~3~

THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 206, January 13, 2003, 2003

"... PRAEPARET BELLUM"


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Letters To The Editor
Letters from Lew Glendenning, Susan Wells, S. Douglas Heard, Bill Rice, Scott Bieser, John the Bastard, Jeffrey Quick, Joe Kultgen, and Doug Spittler:
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Let Him Who Desires Peace ...
by L. Neil Smith
The Roman historian Vegetius is probably most famous for having advised his readers, "Let him who desires peace prepare for war." Being a Strategic Air Command brat, and a bit of an authority on topics related to self-defense, I understand and agree with the old boy.
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The President Is Insane
by William Stone, III
At one time or another, you've stared at someone and wondered, "What in the heck are they THINKING?" More and more often, this happens when I see government functionaries: Presidents, Congressmen, Senators, their staffs and sycophants. "What are they thinking?" is not a frivolous question: in a very real way, no human being can ever truly see the perspective of another, simply because it is impossible to actually step into another person's shoes. We can IMAGINE what the other person's life is like, but we can never truly KNOW.
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Drugs {Ahhh!}: A Ballsy Maxi-min Solution
by James J Odle
"Well ... What would you do about drugs?!!" - something I heard Sean Hannity ask a Libertarian on his radio show.
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The Soft Underbelly of American Politics
by James G. Maynard
It is nearly impossible to influence the Presidential election. The Democrats and Republicans are each likely to spend over $100 million dollars, largely taxpayer funded, to win the contest. The Commission for Presidential Debates is now the only organization which sponsors presidential debates which the Democrats and Republicans will appear in, and their standards for inclusion make it nearly impossible for any third-party candidate to compete.
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Lawsuit May Redefine Discrimination On Campus
by Wendy McElroy
A federal lawsuit filed on December 30th will determine whether Rutgers University can de facto ban Christian student groups. It may set national policy.
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