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Number 510, March 15, 2009

"The Missouri government wants you dead."

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Letter from Philip A. Luty

Letter from Bill Koehler with Reply from Curt Howland

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Cancer cure found!

You, and I, and millions of other happless souls are probably unaware that the cure for cancer has been found by a Canadian. An amazing film, Everyone Must See

I am not a guilable idiot but this material is a must see.

Philip A. Luty
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Spock on Unemployment

Fighting the effects of the deadly radiation Spock rasps, "It is logical. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."

So why do we continue to have regulations that protect the economic interests of the few while unemployment mounts?

Regulation creates unemployment abolish regulations vote libertarian

1) one post office when we could have many.
2) forced schooling, if people were free to spend their money where they choose there would be many more schools.

Limiting through regulation creates unemployment. It's time to burn the federal register all million plus pages.

Bill Koehler
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To Which Curt Howland Remarked:

And in contrast, at the end of Movie 3, Spock asks why people voluntarily came together to rescue him.

Kirk responds, "The needs of the one outweigh the needs of the many."

Spock voluntarily sacrificed for what he believed to be more important than himself alone.

Kirk and the rest sacrificed for what they believed to be more important than themselves alone.

And the only reason that both actions were both moral and rational is because they were voluntary actions taken by individuals in full awareness of the possible repercussions.

Curt Howland
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I watched this and would applaud the fellow if he was to show his face rather than a picture.

I believe we (meaning libertarians generally and thinking specifically L. Neil) should try to make a video like this from a libertarian point of view.


Watch the video. After all it is chock full of truth and conviction. even though I think we should remove the GOV from our lives it is a little encouraging to think that someone might try to resist from the Gov side.

Don Wilson
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I am the new Albuquerque Libertarian Examiner. Please visit my link.


Kent McManigal
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Another Argument Against "Gun Control"

Currently the US economy is about to tank. There is a reasonable chance the dollar may collapse. We may need a substitute currency. Many people have spoken in favor of using cartridges as currency.

We need to keep guns legal so that there will be ammo out there to use as money.

A.X. Perez
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Last evening I was watching truTV, one of their programs "Most Shocking, Citizen Justice" was on last night. The show contained several videos of gun wielding Americans protecting themselves, their jobs, property and so on. It was also refreshing to hear the commentator mention that without their gun in hand that these people may have been killed; and that their lethal response was a positive response to being threatened, robbed, etc.

Positive gun stories being so hard to find, I thought you would appreciate knowing where you might find some.

Andrew G Eggleston Sr.
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Back in the Pulp Era C. L. Moore wrote a series of stories about a character named Northwest Smith. Smith is your basic hardbitten outlaw with a heart of gold. In one adventure, titled "Lost Paradise" Smith takes a psychic journey to visit an ancient Lunar civilization. Turns out the Moon's inhabitants owe having a viable environment to a psychic vampire that drains its victims of their life force in exchange for keeping the Moon habitable. The vampire, in spite of its magical powers, can not eat a soul that resists being eaten.

Northwest is psychically linked to the vampire's next meal. If he doesn't let himself get eaten the Moon dies. Northwest's survival instinct is too strong. Now we know what happened to the Moon.

The would be tyrants of our society haven't quite reached the point where resisting them will cost more lives than submitting to them. we must make sure we don't let them reach that point.

A.X. Perez
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Excellent development:

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Here's an interesting site:

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