Letters to the Editor
from Jim Davidson, L. Neil Smith, Cindy Mulvey, A.X. Perez
and Curt Howland
A Ring of Truth
by L. Neil Smith
You may have heard, recently, of a woman, undergoing security
procedures at one of this once-free nation's airport gulags, who was
forced by Transportation Safety Administration goons to remove a pair
of decorative metal rings from her nipples with pliers, even though
the jewelry demonstrably posed no threat to anybodyand she was
reportedly willing to show them to appropriate female security
Why So Serious?
by A.X. Perez
A friend accused me of being serious on my comments
about why I don't want the Bill and Hillary team returned to the Presidency
in the 2008 election. Me serious? to coin a phrase. Fifty four years of
experience have taught me that life is too important to take seriously.
Take care of business, take care of friends and family, take time to do
things right, yeah sure. But take things seriously? It interferes with me
taking care of my obligations. I am aghast (Yup, all my missives are from
beyond the grave, it was a lovely funeral.) that anyone would accuse me of
Taxi to the Dark SideThe Axis of American Evil
by Kahentinetha Horn
MNN. Mar. 25, 2008. Was the Mohawk-Oka Crisis of 1990 a
dry run for overseas terror? On July 11, 1990, the Quebec Police paramilitary
forces opened fire on a group of peaceful demonstrators in the early hours of
the morning. We were resisting the nearby town of Oka from illegally building
a golf course on top of our burial and ceremonial site. The attack on us
escalated after Prime Minister Brian Mulroney met with President George Bush.
4000 heavily armed soldiers surrounded three of our communities, Kanehsatake,
Kahnawake and Akwesasne. They wanted us to fire a shot so they would have an
excuse to kill us. We were on to them.
by Darian Worden
Traffic was moving slowly then stopped for about 45
minutes. I mean literally stopped, with people getting out of their cars
in confusion. The construction at the bridge ahead probably had something
to do with it, but my recent Route 1 irritation is really an example of
the poor customer service we come to expect from government.
Abandon the "Peace Movement"!
The Kaptain's Log
by Kaptain Kanada, a.k.a. Manuel Miles
Somebody once said, "If voting made a difference,
they wouldn't let you do it," or words to that effect. The same can be
said about the leftist-dominated "peace movement" with its silly "die-ins"
and all the rest of the brain-dead socialist shenanigans. They haven't
made a difference and aren't going to.
by A.X. Perez
Listening to the arguments made before the Supreme in
the Heller case I was impressed by how much more articulate Plaintiff's
counsel was compared to both the Defendant's Counsel and the Solicitor
General's Counsel. Hopefully that will help get a favorable decision.
However there are two points that he could have made just a little teeny
tiny bit clearer:
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 15
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Kleptona strange world dominated by
thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class know as The Sonzabitches. . .