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L. Neil Smith's
THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 632, August 14, 2011

"Planned and controlled genocide"—
She wants you dead!


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Letter from the Second Amendment Foundation via L. Neil Smith


Ora por Tejas

The following was posted as a comment to an NBC First Read article regarding Rick Perry's Prayer rally:

Rick Perry has often inspired me to pray. I often pray that he will go away. I say this as Christian who supports the ideas of small government, low taxes, gun rights and other ideals he pretends to espouse.

It is said that when Temujin burnt Samarkand he stated:

"If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you."

Neither Texas nor the United States have sinned great enough sins to deserve Rick Perry.

All that said it must be admitted that prayer is all you can do when clobbered by a double whammy of heat and drought like Texas and other large chunks of the US are enduring. If you're a non believer apply the chicken soup principal (it couldn't hoit.).

Oh yeah, and keep the ice, bottled water, and Gatorade coming. However, it would be a sin of presumption not to prepare better for the next scorcher.

Bottom line, prayer good, Perry bad.

Crazy Al
perez180ehs@hotmail.com

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Re: "Let Me Be King For Just One Year" by Russell D. Longcore

I will vote for you if the sales tax is set at one percent or less.

Bo Fredricsson
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It is time and past time that the American Attorney General, the head of BATFE, the head of DEA, the head of the FBI, and others be charged with abusing their authority to make war against Mexico through operation GunWalker. Perhaps their interrogators in Mexico will share a soda pop or two with them* and convince them to admit that they did so at the direction of Barack Obama and with the connivance of Joe Biden, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi.

Crazy Al
perez180ehs@hotmail.com

*See Joseph Wambaugh's Lines And Shadows.

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Take a look at how your web browser is being "fingerprinted" on the Internet and the information used to create a tracking profile:

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Is your browser configuration rare or unique? If so, web sites may be able to track you, even if you limit or disable cookies.

Panopticlick tests your browser to see how unique it is based on the information it will share with sites it visits. Click below and you will be given a uniqueness score, letting you see how easily identifiable you might be as you surf the web.

Only anonymous data will be collected by this site.

A research project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Instructor Too
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I am left beyond words

Read the article in the link.

I am reduced to inarticulate fury.

For all intents and purposes the US Government was at secretly and illegally at war with Mexico. If Obama was in on it he is the greatest international criminal of the 21st Century.

If he wasn't he has raised incompetence to an art form.

A.X. Perez
perez180ehs@hotmail.com

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For years our liberal friends, now rebranded progressives, have pushed that we follow Britain's example. So, they want them US to have riots caused by intolerance, welfare dependent mobs angry because the government is too broke to keep up the payments and vigilantes coming out to defend their property because the police can't.

Yeah. I thought we had already been through all that. Last I heard our objective was to prevent such. Now our British friends have shown us where the programs pushed by our progressives and conservatives, to be honest will lead us. Riots and a more repressive state, unassimilated minorities, disenfranchised young folk of all stripes, and people reverting to lynch law because there is no other around.

Screw "New Deals", it's time for a whole new game.

A.X. Perez
perez180ehs@hotmail.com

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NOTE: This is not my favorite weapons rights organization, but I'm very happy to see Glock doing what they're doing. I'm a Glock oner and I plan to buy more in the future.

L. Neil Smith
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BELLEVUE, WA—The Second Amendment Foundation today announced that Glock, Inc. has donated and pledged significant financial support to SAF's on-going litigation efforts in defense of firearms civil rights.

SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb made the announcement, noting that Glock has now become the largest corporate contributor to the foundation, in recognition of the important legal efforts SAF has mounted and will continue to pursue.

"I want to publicly and personally thank the management and ownership at Glock," Gottlieb said, "and all Glock employees who have made this possible. Specifically, I want to thank Glock Vice President Josh Dorsey and General Counsel Carlos Guevara for their involvement and for making this happen.

"SAF's victory in McDonald v. Chicago has made all of this litigation against onerous state laws and municipal ordinances possible," he continued, "and it is imperative that we continue and expand our legal challenges with the greatest possible speed.

"Glock's generous support comes at a critical time," Gottlieb added. "Most of our members and supporters make contributions in the $10 to $25 range, and Glock will be providing significant additional support in our efforts to win back firearms freedoms one lawsuit at a time."

Gottlieb urged SAF supporters and all Americans who are concerned about their firearms freedoms to support Glock and other companies that support their Second Amendment rights.

"There are times in the history of any movement, and in the lives of every person, when it is important to stand up and be counted," Gottlieb said. "Glock has stepped up to the plate when it really does count, and we will be eternally grateful for their generosity and their unwavering dedication to the Second Amendment."

The Second Amendment Foundation (www.saf.org) is the nation's oldest and largest tax-exempt education, research, publishing and legal action group focusing on the Constitutional right and heritage to privately own and possess firearms. Founded in 1974, The Foundation has grown to more than 650,000 members and supporters and conducts many programs designed to better inform the public about the consequences of gun control. In addition to the landmark McDonald v. Chicago Supreme Court Case, SAF has previously funded successful firearms-related suits against the cities of Los Angeles; New Haven, CT; New Orleans; Chicago and San Francisco on behalf of American gun owners, a lawsuit against the cities suing gun makers and numerous amicus briefs holding the Second Amendment as an individual right.

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