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Letters to the Editor
Letters David W Neylon, Sr, James J Odle, Frank Ney and EJ Totty
We Have Ways of Making You Talk
by Fran Van Cleave
In Term Limits, Vince Flynn's punch-pulling debut
novel of political assassination, captive hero Michael O'Rourke is threatened
by the sinister statist National Security Advisor, who brandishes a clear vial
and a syringe.
I'm a Heartless Bastard
by Jonathan David Morris
Steven M. Warshawsky says I'm young, ignorant,
immature, and breezy. This, in an essay called "On
Terri Schiavo: A Response to Jonathan David Morris,"
published in response my own "On Terri Schiavo," at
Who's Crazy Now?
by Lady Liberty
I don't typically comment on school shootings at any length. That's
largely because most of these tragic incidences have been so much
alike, and I don't much care for the idea of repeating myself ad
nauseum. But the recent school shootings in Red Lake, Minnesota are
different for me. You see, I grew up in nearby Bemidji, Minnesota.
Hearing my obscure little hometown mentioned repeatedly on Fox News and
CNN, or seeing the name of the small town newspaper there cited as a
source for international news wire stories, is jarring.
Castration and Freedom of Speech
by Wendy McElroy
On March 22, David Huffman spoke out in the University
of New Hampshire's (UNH) student newspaper against being excluded from an
on-campus public event. He was excluded for being male.
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