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Number 451, January 13, 2008
"Words have power."

The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, pt 8
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, part 8
by Scott Bieser

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Have you ever had one of those days when yer just can't think of anything to say? And where you'd just rather crawl into bed and pull the covers up over your head? Me too.

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Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez, Michael Bradshaw, Charlie Acker, Nydra, and L. Neil Smith

On the Completion of Roswell, Texas
by L. Neil Smith
As everybody who frequents the virtual pages of BigHeadPress.com is aware, our graphic novel Roswell, Texas is complete, as of today, January 10, 2008.

Another Evil Bill Signed Into Law
HR 2640 Veterans Disarmament Act

by Robert Jackman
In darkness, CONgress and The Senate, with NRA help, did it to us during the eve of the holiday recess, by partnering with the usual suspects to pass a bill that can result in you loosing your arms without trial if you were ever on record as a vet or private person who suffered a diagnosis of "shell shock" A.K.A. PTSD no matter if you have never been a danger to yourself or others.

One Night in South Carolina
by Scott Kauzlarich
8:00—The candidates are on stage for the big debate hosted by Fox News. I crack my knuckles and prepare to record every question and every response. I can do this because I am a very fast typist. But first... the national anthem.

by Andrew G. Eggleston Sr.
Words have power. Today WE THE PEOPLE have more words to use to describe, alarm, enrich and destroy than ever before in the history of the English language. Today WE THE PEOPLE are bombarded with words like terrorism, patriotism, criminal, truth, justice and rights, WE THE PEOPLE are confounded by the deluge of these words and struck dumb at times by the sheer power of them all.

Andrew Malcolm, Eternal Loser.
The Kaptain's Log

by Manuel Miles, aka Kaptain Kanada
The New Hampshire primary results were a great disappointment, but hardly a disaster for the Ron Paul Revolution. Dr Paul's supporters, being primarily bright young people, will learn the lessons of that event and increase their efforts—and their effectiveness—in future. This revolution is about more than Dr Paul and his current campaign, anyway; it's about the message of libertarianism, the philosophy of liberty.

Half Baked Cookies Topped With A-priori Assumptions
by Michael Bradshaw
Recently on a forum that I frequent, one of my numerous correspondents named Fred (It's amazing how many folks are named Fred; or I can't remember their names, so they default to Fred... Are they related to Zathras?) suggested that a wealthy libertarian might fund a new non-profit newspaper to spread the word of the abuse of the Bill of Rights—until just about everyone was familiar with those laws; so that "we" could then begin to dismantle the government.

The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 8
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Klepton—a strange world dominated by thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class know as The Sonzabitches. . .

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