Letters to the Editor
from John Hoffman, A.X. Perez, Thomas Creasing, Dr. Sean Gabb
via L. Neil Smith, Paul Bonneau, Ward Griffiths, and Tim Wingate
by L. Neil Smith
I don't think many people realize it any moremany of those who
do are inclined to lie about it and attempt to cover it upbut the
first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, commonly known as the
Bill of Rights, were written not just to protect us from the would-be
kings and dictators in government, but to protect us, as well, from
"I want it to be just a lake."
by Curt Howland
Yesterday, I took my family for an hour long drive to go to a "lake".
More than one co-worker had told my wife that it was a fun place, well
worth the effort. I looked up their web site, and it looked ok but
the web page was not what I'd call "professional". So be it. My
daughter loves swimming, and my family had a small bungalow next to a
lake in upstate NY when I was growing up. Fresh-water swimming it is.
So there we were, zipping down the superhighway, and my daughter comes
out with, "I wish it were just a lake."
Open Letter to the NRA
by Kent McManigal
I have written you numerous times. Your only response has been those
infuriatingly vapid "thank you for contacting us" form letter emails. This
email, and any responses from you will be published on my blogs and sent to my
friends and contacts who may also be NRA members. I am tired of being ignored.
I am tired of being sold down the river by your support of authoritarianism. I
am sick of being shoved aside and sacrificed to your police-state buddies,
their liberty destroying programs, and your absolutely delusional assessment
of the situation. I regret ever joining your organization, and especially
regret shelling out the money for a life-membership. I may as well have joined
one of the other victim disarmament gangs.
A Good First Step
by A.X. Perez
Back when the United States was founded a deliberate effort
was made to weaken the military. The nation would be defended by State militias.
Liberty would thus be guaranteed.
by Dennis Lee Wilson
Apathy? Hell NO! I ACTIVELY BOYCOTT political conventions
of ALL political parties as well as boycotting the voting booth (see "Can there
be a better time to STOP VOTING?"). And I actively urge others to consider the
virtue of doing the same!
"The Federalist Fusion Alliance"
by Lehr Duquesne
Ron Paul can be elected President of the united States
without appearing on a single State ballot. The People of the united States
do not elect their President, Electors do.
Letter from the benevolent Masters to the slaves of New Orleans
by Charlie Acker
Slaves: It is with a great sense of satisfaction that
We Masters viewed your abject compliance with or directives to abandon your
homes and belongings and start the long march. That it only took one object
lesson in oppression to achieve that end is also a source of satisfaction to us.
If You Vote, You Have No Right To Complain
The Kaptain's Log
by Kaptain Kanada a.k.a. Manuel Miles
Yes, you read it correctly: if you vote you have no right to
complain. I know that the old statist saw is that you haven't the
right to complain (or have an anti-statist opinion, etc.) unless you take part
in the election farce, but it's time to put that one to rest permanently. And
with Barry Obomber and Insane McCain competing to claim the mantle of
Harbinger of Change, only the most thoroughly brainwashed idiots have a right
to pretend to believe in dumbocracy and its various specious claims.