The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 6 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from Neale Osborn and Adam Kokesh
by Tyrone Johnson
By now, unless you have been very carefully avoiding all contact with
advanced technology and other people, you have probably heard about bitcoin. In 2008,
bitcoin was first described by Satoshi Nakamoto in a paper published on The Cryptography
Mailing List. In 2009, the open source software Bitcoin Core was introduced by the same
party. It is an interesting side note that nobody really knows who Satoshi is, whether
the name is a pseudonym, or even whether Satoshi is a single individual.
by A.X. Perez
Here is the latest understanding I've been able to gain of the danger of a ISIS terrorist raid
in El Paso out of Juarez, based on local radio broadcast and tracking down info from local law enforcement (or at
least Feds in local area):
by L. Reichard White
Maybe it started with The Wizard of Oz, but it's gotten completely
out of hand. First there was al-Qaeda ("The Base"), apparently a name invented
by the U.S. Justice Department to link a series of attacks to Osama bin Laden. But this
newest ISIS franchise, conveniently billed as "too violent for al-Qaeda," has
taken off and its popularity makes "Breaking Bad" look like a Jr. High School
class play. In rural Wyoming.
Neale's Ultra-Big Double Gun Rant for 9-7-2014 & 9-14-2014
by Neale Osborn
Before we begin, I must extend my apologies to those who enjoy
these rants—my internet took a walk without me on Thursday, and didn't return 'til
Monday. Soooo, no rant last week. I do NOT apologize to the frothers who hoped I was
dead, or forgot how to write, or had just quit doing the rants. Tough cookies, deal
with the disappointment.
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 294
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 294 of a weekly cartoon series.
Heinlein was a Fascist? No:
What is it that causes the critics to react with such
burning, eye-squinting, tooth-clenching loathing?
I can only speculate. I provoked a similar reaction once
from the Loathers, and their grasp of the facts was just
as, ah, optional when it came to the criticisms leveled
against me as against Mr. Heinlein. Without dwelling on
the details in my case, let me just say that I eventually
figured out that what my critics were complaining about
was not their real complaint. You see, I come from a
dimension, called reality, where words mean what they
mean and words are used to convey information from one
mind to another. The Loathers, as best I can tell, come
from a different and horrible alien dimension where words
mean precisely what they do not mean, and words are used
as emotional indicators only, leaving the listener with
the task of discovering what it is that the irrelevant
stream of false-to-facts and logically-disconnected
statements actually refer to.
I am exaggerating, but only a little. They are not from
another dimension, but the Loathers are from a different
moral framework. My moral code says dishonesty is wrong,
both in thought and deed, and to be illogical is wrong,
both formally and morally. Their moral code says reality
is wrong, and that any statements conforming to reality
are viciously cruel and unforgivable. They cannot actually
come out and say what it is that provokes their tears and
their ire, because to do so would be to refer to the
thing that they cannot name. So they have to take some
other thing, only tangentially related, and complain
—John C. Wright, "Heinlein was a Fascist?"
So, where's Neil already?
He's still in the rehab facility and is going to stay there
as long as he's improving, and he's still improving. He's
already got that walking thing down again, and is working
on the left fingers. Being a two-finger-and-thumb typist,
he only needs one more!
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