Letters to Mr. Ed
by Our Readers
Letters from Steve Seech and Brian Korner (Fox News):
The Cresting of a Culture
by Roberta J. Barmore
I fear I just saw humanity throw away the stars.
Alone in Dallas for a week, making use of modern medical technology
to produce a huge improvement in my life, I woke up in the middle of
the night, too muzzy to read, and turned on the ijit box.
The Kaptainís Log: Bob Wallace Is Wrong!
by Kapt Kanada, aka Manuel Miles
Now, thereís something you don't see me write every day. Bob
is an anti-imperialist fighter for peace, a Libertarian super-hero
who fears naught but the Cheese Monster, and a real mensch.
Consequently, I rarely disagree with him; however... on the topic
of the subject of the existence of good and evil people he is
Open Source Music
Sub title"Letís Sing Them To Freedom"
by Doug Heard
This is my version of "think globally act locally".
I can't change the world. I've been working for individual freedom
for 40 yrs or so. And it must be that I'm doing the wrong things
because things are worse now than 40yrs ago.
Killing the Good Samaritan
by Wendy McElroy
The pricetag for decades of gender warfare is usually expressed in
general terms -- for example, through data-filled studies that reflect
how "boys" are slighted in education. The ordeal of Michael Wrighta
student at Oklahoma University (OU) at Normancaptures the human
factor. And it leads me to a question: What does the devil look like?
The Art of (Culture) War
Part 2 (of 2)
by Chris Claypoole
My conclusions are that our commitment to the ZAP,
a philosophy that is moral and logically consistent, and the
patience that usually goes with that morality, gives us an advantage
in the long haul against an opponent that needs to think in terms of
two-year election cycles. Statists need to continuously inflame the
public with crises to feed their electoral Ponzi scheme with more
money and power. Eventually, this will result in unbearable taxation
and/or degraded economic conditions. At that time, either the
government will break down, or it will be vulnerable to measures to
cause that result. Our great hope is that enough people will have
been exposed to, and accepted, libertarian ideas in the interim that
a society based on little or no government will not only seem
possible, but desirable. Until that time, military attacks, even of
a guerilla warfare nature, will prove futile. (Again, this is my
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