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L. Neil Smith's
Number 485, September 21, 2008

"The American Empire, like all empires, is about to end."

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A URL of Interest
by L. Neil Smith

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Dear readers and friends,

How many times a week do you find your blood boiling over the latest government outrage?

Whether it's ski-masked, body-armored cops with machineguns smashing into the wrong house, slovenly thugs at the airports taking obscene liberties with our mothers, sisters, wives, and daughters, the so-called "Patriot Act" being used to end-run the rule of law, or federal agents lying on the witness stand to obtain a conviction at any cost, it all comes down the the same thing: police-state policies in what was once a free country.

Along the way, we've all learned that no amount of legislation or counter-legislation can be expected solve these problems or restore liberty to our land. And the courts have demonstrated themselves to be extremely unreliable stewards of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Now, however, veteran civil rights activist Aaron Zelman has a plan. What if those rogue cops, those airport bullies, and every other government employee like them found himself—or herself—working for an agency that had run out of money? What if they suddenly found themselves without a paycheck? What if there simply wasn't any kind of financial support for their systematic destruction of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights?

Please take a look at the URL below. It represents a pathway to a program Aaron calls "Take Your Money Back", a plan for the eventual defunding of what has unfortunately become the American police state. (If you prefer, there are links on that page to YouTube and Blip.TV.)

Of course the online video is free. But many individuals and groups are purchasing DVD copies for distribution to their friends and members; the John Birch Society, for example, is selling a couple thousand a month.

Please note, this is not the announcment for JPFO you may have read about and that I will be making in another couple of weeks. JPFO always has a number of irons in the fire at the same time, and at this particular point in history, it's especially important to do as much as we can.

Four-time Prometheus Award-winner L. Neil Smith has been called one of the world's foremost authorities on the ethics of self-defense. He is the author of 25 books, including The American Zone, Forge of the Elders, Pallas, The Probability Broach, Hope (with Aaron Zelman), and his collected articles and speeches, Lever Action, all of which may be purchased through his website "The Webley Page" at

Ceres, an exciting sequel to Neil's 1993 Ngu family novel Pallas was recently completed and is presently looking for a literary home.

Neil is presently working on Ares, the middle volume of the epic Ngu Family Cycle, and on Roswell, Texas, with Rex F. "Baloo" May.

The stunning 185-page full-color graphic-novelized version of The Probability Broach, which features the art of Scott Bieser and was published by BigHead Press has recently won a Special Prometheus Award. It may be had through the publisher, or at


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