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Number 586, September 5, 2010
"Taxation is the fuel of war"

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William F. Buckley
William F. Buckley

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Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein


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The Curse of 1913
by L. Neil Smith
The next time anyone offers you a ration of excrement because you appear to believe in a conspiracy theory (despite the incontrovertible fact that these United States of America were founded by a band of conspirators) be sure to bring up the name "Jekyll Island". Jekyll Island lies off the coast of Georgia (the one in the American South, not in the former Soviet Union), and at one time was the location of a grand luxury resort—the Jekyll Island Club—whose membership was limited to the one hundred most wealthy and powerful men in the country.

You Asked for It, You Got It: Obamacare
by Doug Newman
Thomas Jefferson once wrote that "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." Dictionary definitions of eternal include "continued without intermission" or "valid or existing at all times." We must be equally protective of our liberties at all times, regardless of who is in office, regardless of their party and regardless of how noble their stated aims might be.

School Daze
by A.X. Perez
A new school year is beginning. Hundreds of thousands of students will be sent into a propaganda machine designed to turn them into productive and happy members of the collective. Many will experience great psychic harm in the process.

The Last Trumpet Project Review
by Jim Davidson
Kevin MacArdry has written an extraordinary novel. The Last Trumpet Project begins with ordinary people working mischief in the ordinary world, not all that different from the world of today. As the action develops, it moves into the cyberverse, a concatenation of many virtual realities hosted on server systems all over the globe. We learn that the fantasy role playing games of today are among the many ancestors of virtual realities of the future, so there is a clear and comprehensible line of descent from the past into the future.

Atlantea The Beautiful No. 92
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 92 of a weekly cartoon series.

Agenda 21: The United Nations Programme of Action
UN Agenda 21
Planning for Your future, serf!


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