A sign of the times: After Monday and Tuesday, even the calendar
In this issue L. Neil Smith continues his series of articles titled
from the Declaration of Independence, Jim Davidson quotes from one
of my favorite Philosophers, and there are numerous considerations
of aspects of moving one's domicile. In fact there was a long series
of letters on that that I simply haven't the strength to put into the
magazine, as well as a long series about evolution, ditto. Perhaps
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A fellow by the name of "Gadget42"
suggests we spread the following around as much as we can
by Gary D. Barnett
What if it happened here in America? This seems to be a question
that begs an answer, so why is it so ignored? Why is it ignored
by government? Why is it ignored by the mass media? And why is
it seemingly ignored by the American people at large?
What if a small group of extremist Americans high-jacked passenger
planes in another country and flew them into skyscrapers in a major
foreign city killing thousands of innocent people? Would it then
be proper and moral for that country, and with the full use of its
military, to attack and occupy the entire United States?....
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