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Number 590, October 3, 2010
"Americans hold Congress members in lower esteem than
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What Are You Doing After The Revolution?
by L. Neil Smith
Many years ago—1979 it was, at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles—I was attending a national Libertarian Party convention where, among other things, I met J. Neil Schulman and F. Paul Wilson in the flesh, and the Prometheus Award was handed out for the first time. To Paul, for Wheels Within Wheels.
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Encryption for the Win
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Recently my friend (from his Politech mailing list) Declan McCullagh wrote about the recent Obama administration's bizarre anti-encryption law. You should probably read what Declan wrote, because he does an excellent job of setting this latest bit of idiocy in the context of past attempts—by Joe Biden amongst others.
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Notes From the Border
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El Paso is all the way up to three murders for 2010. Latest one happened on Ft. Bliss, so some would claim doesn't count against Chucostlan's tally, but shooter and victims (one wounded, one killed) were civilians who live in El Paso and work on base. "Military Law Enforcement Personnel" killed shooter (Query, are we talking MP's, CIS, Contract Security cops?)
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I've a Better Idea
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Since the inception of the republic—which too quickly thereafter devolved into a 'democracy'—there has been a continued spiral into the socialist miasma. That happened for a reason: People are too freaking lazy to actually get involved in their own government. It's always someone else's matter...
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The Pledge To America: A Sucker's Bet
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The Republicans have released their "Hail Mary" play for the mid-term elections, and it's called "The Pledge To America." To describe this as a cynical effort to dupe the American people would be an insult to cynics and con men everywhere. The GOP has dealt the cards as the house, and they are hoping and praying that the American people will make a Sucker's Bet in November.
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