The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 4 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from Tor Chantara
Cutting the Root of Tyranny
by L. Neil Smith
A Florida county sheriff is being given a million dollars to
violate the rights of the people who were stupid enough to put him in office.
According to an article by Palm Beach Post staff writers Dara Kam and
Stacey Singer, posted Monday, April 29, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw
has been awarded $1 million by Florida House and Senate budget leaders for a new
"violence prevention unit aimed at preventing tragedies like those in Newtown,
Connecticut and Aurora, Colorado. "We want people to call us if the guy down the
street says he hates the government ... " the Big-Brotherly Bradshaw bloviated.
"What does it hurt to have somebody knock on a door and ask, 'Hey, is everything
OK?'" Since the cops these days do their knocking with a three-foot concrete-filled
section of four-inch diameter steel pipe, with welded rebar handles, Bradshaw's
stupid question tends to answer itelf. Just what we need: shrinks with guns.
by John Taylor
On the 20th anniversary of the government's sadistic and excessive
slaughter of men, women, and children at their home in Waco, TX, the people of Boston
awakened to find an army of occupation had seized and paralyzed their city. Military
and paramilitary units from city, state, federal, military, and even neighboring states
moved into the streets and neighborhoods of Boston and several adjacent towns, ostensibly
to capture two kids—19 and 26—who are accused of being the Boston Marathon bombers.
Interview: Sean Gabb and Libertarianism
by Keir Martland
In the first of a series of interviews with leading libertarians, Dr
Sean Gabb, Director of the Libertarian Alliance (his email), discusses what
libertarianism means to him. Dr Gabb is also author of around fifteen
books (some novels, some poetry, others political) and has contributed
to Lewrockwell.com and Vdare. The topics discussed in this interview
include English reactionism and the ancient philosopher, Epicurus.
Neale's Weekly Gun Rant, Volume 8
by Neale Osborn
Senator Toomey, the Republican traitor who worked with the Democrats
to try to destroy another chunk of the 2nd Amendment, claims the bill failed because of
"Republican politics". I should fucking hope so. The Republicans (and 4 Democrats) stood
up for the Constitution, and refused to bow to pressure from anti-Constitutionalists to
violate their oaths of office. Stay strong, Republican Senators. Someday, you might grow
up to be REAL patriots!!
In Answer to a Comment
by A.X. Perez
The following was written and sent to JPFO in response to a message
titled "JPFO Comment: Should Christians Give Up Their Guns??" (BTW their answer was no):
Many Christians believe that if they die for their faith or exercising pacifistic Christian
principals they will honor G-d and achieve salvation. Sorry, I object to dying. Others
believe that theyshould trust in G-d and He will protect them. I am not being a smart
Alec when I say G-d has acted to protect me by creating those persons whose genius
perfected the design and marketing of the weapons I use to defend myself, loved ones,
liberty, and property.
Hiding the Unemployed: Disability and the Politics of Stats
by Wendy McElroy
Some statistics cannot be understood without setting them within a
political framework because they reflect politics as much as or more than they do reality.
The unemployment rate is an example and a cautionary tale.
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 225
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 225 of a weekly cartoon series.