Letters to the Editor
by Our Readers
Letters from Pat Taylor, James J Odle, and
Robert R. Raymond via Kent Van Cleave:
What is Marriage?
by Ron Beatty
With all the current hoopla about the "gay-marriage" rulings by
various courts, I sat down to think about what marriage really is,
and as a direct consequence, what love is.
The Debate Marches On
by Jason Higginson
Wednesday, November 05, is a day many pro-life proponents celebrated
and many pro-choice supporters loathe. On this day President Bush
signed into law a ban on partial-birth abortions. Both sides of the
issue agree this is the first step toward limiting a woman's right to choose.
The Kaptain's Log:
by Manuel Miles, aka Kapt Kanada
I just now (Wed, 26 Nov) found out that a close friend of mine
has passed away. He was, as a mutual friend says, "a great man."
A Town Called Liberty
by Mike Straw
Once upon a time, long, long ago and so very far away, the story is
told of a town called Liberty.
A Tale of Two Genocides;
A brief analysis of the similarities between the attacks on two American cultures,
American Indian and American Firearms
by Patrick K Martin
From the early 1500's until the present-day, American Indians have,
collectively, tribally, and individually been the subject of
attempts to destroy every aspect of their culture. The reasons for
this are many and varied and will not form any part of this
discussion. The purpose here is to examine some of the methods used
to achieve this end, and the similarities between the methods used
against the Indians and those currently being used against the
members of the Firearms Culture in America.
Zero Patience for Zero Tolerance
by Wendy McElroy
News shows recently showed video of 14 police officers charging a
crowded high school corridor with guns drawn in a drug sweep.
Students at Stratford Creek High School in Goose Creek, South
Carolina were forced onto their knees or against walls, while dogs
sniffed their backpacks for drugs.