Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez, L. Neil Smith, Robert Jackman, Paul Bonneau,
and Rex May
Of Course You Know, This Means War
by L. Neil Smith
Sometime around 164 B.C., after the death of that itinerant bully
Alexander the Great, his successors in the part of his empire that
included Palestine decided that the locals should start thinking and
acting more like their conquerors, a process that came to be called
Why I was a Libertarian
by Bo Fredricsson
When the Soviet Union dissolved, and looking at the way it
dissolved, an entirely internal affair, I got this feeling that there must be
something wrong with my world view. How could it have been such a surprise to
me if I was a reasonably well informed person. In 1992 I had some spare time
and happened to see an ad from The Conservative Book Club. They offered a free
book for joining, and an otherwise quite expensive book, Human Action by
Luwig von Mises.
Going Down, Party Time!
by Jim Davidson
I want you to sit down today with your favorite drink, after
work, and plan a party. Plan a party with your family, friends, neighbors, whoever
you like to party with. Plan a Boston Tea Party. This week, this month, this year,
whenever you want, have a Boston Tea Party. Party like it is 1773.
Open Letter to California Congressman Howard L. Berman, (D-Calif)
by Wayne Grantham
I don't suppose anyone will actually show this letter to the
Congressman, the Baron of the lands that include what I chortlingly (post KELO)
call my house, home and castle, in view of his Democrat (ie, leftist) mindset,
so I'll circulate it in other places as well.