Letters to the Editor
from Scott Bieser, Scott Graves, Ernest Hancock,
Paul Bonneau, Jim Davidson, Goat! Moag, Brian Nickerson, D. Majewski,
Kendrick McPeters, and L. Neil Smith
The Mystery of the Disappearing Grandfather
by L. Neil Smith
The story I'm about to tell you is one of the strangest I've ever
heard. The strangest thing about it is that it's my story. Maybe it
won't seem all that interesting to you maybe I'm making a big deal
out of nothing but it's made the last year or so very odd to live
through. Please keep in mind that some of it is speculation, and, like
so many things in life like life itself, I guess it's "a work in
What We Don't Need for President
by A.X. Perez
Hillary Clinton wants to claim credit for experience as
First Lady to prove she is ready to be President. Specifically she is
asserting that she is better prepared to deal with international affairs
and national security than Barack Obama. Let's review what she and her
copresident accomplished in the Nineties.
A Response to "The Myth of Energy Independence"
U.S. News & World Report, March 17, 2008
by David H. Walker
As co-author of an industrial resource analysis in 1990,
I was compelled to assign critical risk to the manufacture of nearly all
strategic minerals and high-tech components within the CONUS. Aghast at
the findings, my government customer created new criteria and instructed
me to reduce the appearance of an emerging problem.
JPFO ALERT: An Open Letter to US Marshal Judicial Security Inspector David A. Meyer
by Aaron Zelman
We at Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership
(JPFO) have recently become aware through what amounts to a rather
circuitous and highly sinister threat from you, Mr. Meyer of a relatively
new federal law that calls itself "The Court Security Improvement Act of
A Problem In The Future
by James Glaser
I was thinking of my dad the other day, and those
thoughts kind of stuck with me. When I was growing up, I remember
whenever he and I did something together, fishing, going to watch him
play baseball with his buddies, or even playing catch in the back yard,
I had Dad all to myself. If we went some place, and he wanted to talk to
mom, he had to stop at a pay phone, and if mom wanted to talk to him or
me, well, she was out of luck.
What Part of "Shall NOT be Infringed" Do You NOT Understand?
by Dennis Wilson
This week, Gun owners had their day in court, when the
U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the DC v. Heller case,
which involves a challenge to the DC gun ban.
Take Your Monolith and Shove It
by L. Neil Smith
I received a message this morning with the subject line,
"A black day: Arthur C. Clarke has died". For some reason, the rest of the
form remained blank, but I felt I should respond to what the subject line
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 14
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Kleptona strange world dominated by
thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class know as The Sonzabitches. . .