Letters to the Editor
from Tim Wingate, Don Wilson, L. Neil Smith, Boyd W. Smith,
A.X. Perez, and Jim Davidson
It Has to Cost Them Something
by L. Neil Smith
I don't remember where I saw it the other dayif you
enter it on Google, you get 22,700 hitsbut it appears that Barack Obama's
henchman, Rahm Emanuel, has declared that, if you're on the government "no-fly
list", then you ought to be stripped of your right to own a gun.
by Curt Howland
The National Review had an article on the possibility of
bringing back the Fairness Doctrine, which featured mostly the questions put
to Attorney General Holder [No relation!Editor] in his confirmation
The Transition to Freedom
by Paul Bonneau
An earlier article gave some ideas about what a free
society would look like, particularly with respect to diversity in communities.
I suggested many communities would be friendly to groups of people we don't
often think in terms of being "free". But it's a good thing this is true,
since it makes this free society that much more acceptable to all and thus
that much more likely.
by A.X. Perez
Back in the 1790's Alexander Hamilton had a vision. He
dreamed of a powerful America ruled by an aristocracy of successful merchants
and bankers through a strong central government. Born a bastard he wished to
work his way into the aristocracy. He was opposed by Thomas Jefferson who was
born an aristocrat and knew what a bunch of bastards his fellow aristocrats
The Age of Obama
by Sean Gangol
Not too long ago, President-elect, Barack Obama was
inaugurated into the White House. For a long time change has been promised,
so people now expect Obama to be America's saver. There are others, who are
just happy to have a black president, which they believe is a sign of progress.
Unfortunately, I am not one of those people. I don't believe that Obama is
the messiah given to us by God. I will not take his promises at face value.
I could care less if our president is black or white. What I take issue with
is the so-called change that he plans to bring about.
Atlantea The Beautiful
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 10 of a weekly cartoon series.