Letters to the Editor
from Alan R. Weiss, A. X. Perez, Jack Chleva,
Robert Sheets, Ron Paul, Adam Harris, Curt Howland Ed Heistand,
Julius No, Don Wilson, Dave Earnest and L. Neil Smith
A Horrible Idea
by L. Neil Smith
Suppose you found yourself in a room full of women,
all of whom resembled Margaret Hamilton, the actress who played the
Wicked Witch of the West, Phyllis Diller, the standup comedian,
Madeleine Albright, Bill Clinton's vile Secretary of State, Eleanor
Roosevelt, FDR's First Lady, or Nancy Kulp, who played the banker's
secretary on The Beverly Hillbillies.
The Kaptain's Log
by Kaptain Kanada, a.k.a. Manuel Miles
Recently I visited family and old friends in the USA,
where I lived my childhood and early youth. When one visits a place only
once every ten years or so, one is constantly aware of both the things
which have changed and those which have not. Some things improve, of
course, while others don't.
Torture and the Trolley
by Larry Pendarvis
Alice is a 42-year-old mother of three. One day she
saw someone place a large bomb somewhere in her home town. The next day,
soon after she mentioned this fact to a friend, she received a visit from
investigators who insisted that she tell them what she knew.
The 12 Days Of Christmas (For the politically correct)
by Chris Claypoole
On the 12th day of the Eurocentrically imposed midwinter
festival, my Significant Other in a consenting adult, monogamous relationship
gave to me:
We Want Purchase. They No Sell!
by Robert Jackman
I smell a Rat! A big gray stinkin sewer rat. Smelly
and good for nothing. A parasite.
Ron Paul Isn't For Me
by Darian Worden
I respect the decisions of those who hope to advance
liberty by supporting Ron Paul, though they are making the wrong choice.
What I've had enough of are Paul supporters berating those who disagree
Spitting on the Troops... 2007 Style
by Doug Newman
Mike Gaddy is a veteran of many years in the Army. He
saw action in Vietnam, Grenada and Beirut. He currently lives in the Four
Corners area of the Southwest and has written numerous essays for LewRockwell.com
that make for very worthwhile reading. Like a lot of veterans, life has taught
him that huge numbers of soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines have made huge
sacrifices over the years in the service of what turned out to be lies.
Reasons for Optimism
by Jim Davidson
Optimism is a feeling or an emotional point of view,
which is consistent with a positive outlook for the future. It is something
that I've felt strongly at various times in my life.
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 6
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Kleptona strange world dominated by
thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class know as The Sonzabitches. . .