Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez and Andrew G. Eggleston Sr.
How to be a Useful Idiot
by L. Neil Smith
If you look up "useful idiot" in a reference like Wikipedia.com,
you'll be treated to an interminable discussion as to whether V.I.
Lenin is the actual source of the phrase or not. I'd always been told
it came from Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, but what do I
by Russell D. Longcore
How different would the world be today if the
Confederate States of America (CSA) had won? Here is my version of
how history might have transpired.
The Good Neighbor's Bill of Rights
by John R. Lowther, II
The following is an admittedly incomplete list of the
rights of individuals, based on the facts of having an independent will
and being self-aware. It is beyond question that rights not enumerated
here exist, and future ages will doubtless discover more as we evolve as
a free people. Rights certainly presently exist which are not listed, but
may be reasoned from those listed. The People shall have the right,
individually or collectively to take any action necessary to end a
violation of these rights, up to and including deadly force.
Ron Paul Wins the Louisiana Caucuses!
by Jim Davidson
It is now clear that Ron Paul took first or second
in the recent Lousiana caucuses, beating out every other presidential
candidate except, possibly John McCain, who happens to be favored by
the Louisiana GOP leadership. In order to make the process more
difficult and, in the great Louisiana tradition of scum politicians,
more corrupt, the Louisiana GOP deliberately brought out of date
registration lists to the caucuses.