Letters to the Editor
from Jim Davidson, Albert Perez, and Darian Worden
A Word of Explanation. . .
by L. Neil Smith
An extremely wise manRobert LeFevre, whom many
know better as Professor Bernardo de la Paz in Robert A. Heinlein's
The Moon is a Harsh Mistressonce advised libertarians that,
even if they didn't consider themselves anarchists, they should nevertheless
"aim at zero".
by N. Karlen
Its popular today in the United States to say that the
Electoral College is antiquated. It's a relic of the horse and buggy era
and needs to be abolished.
The Definition of Insanity.
by "Shotgun Wedding"
The definition of insanity is when you keep doing the
same thing over and over, and expect a different outcome. Prohibition,
political correctness, gun laws, censorship and taxes. I'm sure that you
the reader can add your own examples to the list. Like many of you, I took
an oath to uphold and defend the constitution from all enemies foreign and
domestic. I emphasize the domestic part because at this time the
greatest long term hazard to our freedom is the insanity coming from
Washington and the Old Media.
These Candidates Have Issues
by Jonathan David Morris
You know, I've been watching these presidential debates
a lot lately, paying attention to the campaign, and all that jazz, and the
thing I find interesting about the 2008 election is no one is talking about
the U.S. Constitution. People ask these candidates all sorts of questions.
Creation vs. Evolution? That, we know where the candidates stand. But the
document upon which our government was founded? Who knows? Barack Obama
could have Constitution toilet paper, but we'd have no clue, because nobody
thought to ask.
Income Taxation Is Immoral, Not Illegal and Unconstitutional
by Todd Andrew Barnett
Conservative columnist (and Fox News Watch panelist)
Cal Thomas, in a column he penned for Jewish World Review on April 17,
2000, said it best about the federal income tax: "People who relieve
others of their money with guns are called robbers. It does not alter
the immorality of the act when the income transfer is carried out by
The Wannabe Ninjas
by Bob Wallace
The time: right about now. The location: these days,
just about any place in the United States. The characters: an accountant,
a Chevy Cavalier, a poodle, and several police dressed completely in
black, just like ninjas in a cheap kung fu film.