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Finding Serenity: Anti-Heroes, Lost Shepherds and Space Hookers in Joss Whedon's Firefly
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Letters to the Editor
from E.J. Totty, Boston T. Party, and The Free State Project
The New Bucketheads
by L. Neil Smith
Every couple of generations, a prehistoric species of nuisance
crawls out from beneath the ideological or religious stratum it was
misbegotten under, to inflict itself upon productive human beings who
already had more than enough annoyances and irritations in their
"Just Tell Us What You Want, Claire!"
by Tim Condon
Aw, dammit. The Free State Project just took a thrust
to the heart, and statists love it because the FSP is the biggest threat
these days to their future dreams. On November 2, 2005 the FSP got a "Dear
John" letter. It came from the otherwise-wonderful Chaire Wolfe, author of
great libertarian head-bangers like 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution,
I Am Not A Number!: Freeing America from the ID State, and The
Freedom Outlaw's Handbook.
In Defense of Terrell Owens
by Jonathan David Morris
I've been watching sports for a long time. But in all
my years, I have never seen anything like what's
transpired in Philly the last few months -- and
especially the last few weeks -- between the Eagles
and all-but-former-Eagle Terrell Owens. Most people
already know the facts about this situation, since
it's one of those rare few sports stories that
transcend sports/SportsCenter and make it onto the
evening news. But for those who've been preoccupied
with other, more "important" stories (i.e., riots in
France; bombings in Jordan; hockey), here's a quick
recap to get you up to speed:
How to End the War on Terror in One Simple Step
by Scott Kauzlarich
Why are we spending billions to fight the War on Terror?
Why are we gambling our economy and civil liberties when a simple, cheap,
and effective solution is right under our nose? In one fell swoop, we can
end the War on Terror; it requires only one small act.
by Lady Liberty
Election commercials have been everywhere on TV and radio
these past weeks. I've frankly been ignoring most of them. But one I heard
just prior to election day really caught my attention.
Girls, Get Your Guns
by Wendy McElroy
The spotlight on Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's
position on abortion has shone so brightly that the issue has overshadowed
another controversial question: Where does he stand on gun ownership?
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