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L. Neil Smith's
Number 402, January 21, 2007

"Justice is simply not the State's top priority and it never will be."


Publisher's Note: The "Whether" Channel
by L. Neil Smith

Attribute to The Libertarian Enterprise

It isn't often that I refer anyone to WorldNetDaily, but in this case, it's absolutely vital that you take a look at one article in particular—I got the link from the Drudge Report—and act on it as quickly and forcefully as possible.

The article is "Con Job at the Weather Channel" by Melanie Morgan; it's about the ideological takeover on that cable site by vicious environmentalistas, and the prostitution of the prestige that news source has earned over the years for factual, objective reporting, all in the cause of the Failed Left's last desperate hope, the myth of global warming.

Ms. Morgan reveals details about the change and those responsible for it. Even better, she understand the real issues behind the false front of global warming, and exactly who stands to win or lose by its promulgation.

Best of all, she gives us the e-mail address of the Weather Channel's vice president for public relations, one Kathy Lane——and urges her readers to write to Ms. Lane, expressing their view of the retreat in Weather Channel policy away from the scientific and toward a kind of social and economic control we've seen all to well before—Cambodia comes to mind—that could easily spell extinction for the human race.

Actually, I said that, not Ms. Morgan.

And I'll add this: when you write, make damned sure that Ms. Lane understands that you are not the kind of crackpot conservative that usually reads WorldNetDaily, but a libertarian, concerned with freedom, the scientific truth, and the continued survival of our species.

I'll be writing, too.

Four-time Prometheus Award-winner L. Neil Smith has been called one of the world's foremost authorities on the ethics of self-defense. He is the author of 25 books, including The American Zone, Forge of the Elders, Pallas, The Probability Broach, Hope (with Aaron Zelman), and his collected articles and speeches, Lever Action, all of which may be purchased through his website "The Webley Page" at

Ceres, an exciting sequel to Neil's 1993 Ngu family novel Pallas was recently completed and is presently looking for a literary home.

A decensored, e-published version of Neil's 1984 novel, TOM PAINE MARU is available at: Neil is presently working on Ares, the middle volume of the epic Ngu Family Cycle, and on Roswell, Texas, with Rex F. "Baloo" May.

The stunning 185-page full-color graphic-novelized version of The Probability Broach, which features the art of Scott Bieser and was published by BigHead Press has recently won a Special Prometheus Award. It may be had through the publisher, at, or at


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