Letters to the Editor
from Tatiana Covington, Jim Davidson, E.J. Totty, Brian Nickerson,
Robert Jackman, A.X. Perez, and Scott Graves
Ares: A Sneak PeekPart One
by L. Neil Smith
Conchita said, "Apparently what these Wimpersnits are so
afraid of, Desmondo, are the dangerous side-effects of too much freedom:
too much prosperity, too much happiness, and too much health."
Conchita and Desmondo in the Land of Wimpersnits and Oogies
Who Ought to Be an American
by A.X. Perez
In I787 the people of several states made it clear: You want
a Constitution creating a relatively strong central government? OK, but it's
gonna cost you. You will enumerate those right you can think of that we hold most
sacred. You will admit that those rights are not a complete list and promise to
protect the unlisted rights. Thus was born the Bill of Rights.
by Jim Davidson
This evening has been a bit disturbing. I had a long conversation
by phone with someone who contacted me on Facebook seeking a phone call. Rather
than talk about how he could help the Boston Tea Party, he wanted to recruit me
to bring everyone back to the Libertarian Party, arguing that it would be more
Comment to "None Dare Call It Treason, Posted March 17, 2008 10:24 PM by Justin Ptak"
by Ohhh Henry
But morality is the only issue. Nothing else matters.
It's not that I'm a Sunday school teacher and I'm telling you that you have to
be a good boy because God is watching. The fact is, the moral course is the only
practical solution, because to permit immorality (or worse, to reward immorality)
in the name of expediency will only lead to more immorality.
Ares: A Sneak PeekPart Two
by L. Neil Smith
Julie waited in the dark at the top of the stairs, surprised
that her heart wasn't pounding harder than it was. In a few minutes she was
going to do something that couldn't be undonesomething that needed to be
done, nonethelessand she'd always avoided that whenever she could.