Introducing: Our New Editor! This issue is the first
to be put together by our new editor, Dan Weiner, aka "Mr. Ed".
And a round of applause for our retiring editor John Taylor, who put together
issues of The Libertarian Enterprise for over four years, from issue
number 44 to issue number 224a total of 181 issues! John promises he
will be back to contribute articles to future issues, so he'll still be
around! Welcome aboard, Dan, we'll be seeing you here for many issues to come.
Ken Holder, Webmaster
Letters To The Editor
Two from Curt Holland, one from Tom Judkins, and letters
from David Kopp and Bill Stone:
The Prime Directive
by William Stone, III
Bill tells us what The Prime Directive really means. And
to nobody's surprise, it is not what the latest version of Star Trek or the
U.S Government or the U.N would like you to think it is:
I Am A NiggerAn Assay of Truth
by Alan R. Weis
White Man Alan Weiss tells us the real meaning of the
hateful word "nigger", and you don't have to be black or other "person of
color", nor a criminal or welfare recipient. All you have to be is a person
who actually works for his or her living, and you are a second class citizen,
and a slave to American governments:
Switzerland Without Coercion
by Jim Davidson
Originally a letter, it was too long for the letters
segment, and is now an article. An answer to an essay in Issue 224, Jim
adds more details and makes a few corrections to the original essay.
The Victims of Immigration Laws
by Todd Andrew Barnett
The recent morbid deaths of the 18 illegal Latin
American immigrants in South Texas epitomize the perversity and the
moral degeneracy of the United States’ immigration controls (in the
form of immigration laws) which are enforced by the U.S. Border Patrol,
in an attempt to arrest, prosecute, convict, and incarcerate illegal
immigrants who step foot on American soil:
Collected by Mr. Ed.
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