Letters to the Editor
from David T. Anderson, Doug Heard, Sean Clifton, and A.X. Perez
Mass Hysteria in Eldorado Texas
by L. Lawrence Baird
with L. Neil Smith
Everybody saw it on TV and the Internet: "heroic" federal
law enforcement officers "rescuing" hundreds of young women from the
"compound" of a "polygamist sect" in Texas, the Fundamentalist Latter
Day Saints Church, to the unanimous applause of the media hairspray
set, and with no one to speak for those the government had singled
Are Bob Barr or Mike Gravel at all libertarian?
by Jim Davidson
So, I attended the Heartland Libertarian conference in Kansas
City this past weekend. It was sort of interesting. The setting was the Intrigue
Park Place hotel. Right in the middle of an industrial park, and apparently a
paper mill or something was responsible for the fumes. What a headache.
We Must Bring Back Free Immigration and Free Trade
by Todd Andrew Barnett
The collectivistic Democratic presidential candidates Sens.
Barack Obama (D-IL) and Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and collectivistic Sen. John McCain
(the Republican candidate from Arizona who's already coronated by the mainstream
"government" media and even the GOP delegates) must be enjoying themselves with
the immigration and trade issues, which have been a matter of public discussion
for the bulk of the Election 2008 season. Immigration certainly has already faded
from the political scene. Trade, on the other hand, is one that hasn't, considering
that the Democrats, with the heavy hand of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, want to
"table" the "free trade" deal with Columbia. (The reason it is not truly free trade,
because President George W. Bush and his collectivistic stalwarts on both sides of
the aisle are primarily interested in touting government-managed subsidized trade,
given the Columbian trade agreement and other past trade agreements like CAFTA and
NAFTA are ladened with so many arbitrary rules and regulations that are aimed at
protecting certain industries while harming others in the process.)
Now!... as in Not Later
by Ernest Hancock
The Presidential Election of November 2008 will have Americans casting votes
weeks before "election day", and most minds will be made up well before that.
Any meaningful impact the Libertarian Party of the United States and/or its
nominee will have on the issues discussed, and the accompanying libertarian
solutions in this presidential election cycle, is diminishing with every
passing moment and we must be able to react very quickly to every opportunity
presented us and create many of our own. I can help.
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 16 (Conclusion)
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Kleptona strange world dominated by
thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class known as The Sonzabitches. . .