Letters To The Editor
Letters Sam, Robert Hutchinson, John the Bastard,
Doug Spittler, Jason Malstrom, David Engbers, Stephen Carville, Susan Wells,
and John MacMullin:
Conscripting Our Future
by L. Neil Smith
It's good to be alive. I can say that with some authority because,
up until the middle of this week, I thought there
was a small chance I wouldn't be alive much longer.
Keynote Speech To The Interstate Conference On Race Relations II
by William Stone, III
The Pythagorean theorem has 24 words. The Lord's prayer has 66 words. The 10
Commandments has 179 words. The Federal Government regulations on the sale of cabbage has 26,911
words. This should explain immediately why government can't be counted on to solve even simple
problems, much less anything as complicated as race relations.
If You're Not Atlas, Are You Still Allowed To Shrug?
by Joel Simon
One evening last week I got a phone call. It's the kind of call
that comes maybe three times in a lucky career. I'm a contract technical writer, which
means I'm always either out of work or going to be out of work soon. It isn't what I
had in mind when I started my career, but that's life. Sometimes I eat well, and sometimes
I count the grains of flour in the bag.
by The Editor
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