The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from Jeff Fullerton
We'll Always Have Paris
by L. Neil Smith
Apparently, somebody is listening, or at least has started to
think like me. An unbelievable thirty-eight years ago, back in 1977, following an
observation by Robert A. Heinlein that "An armed society is a polite society," I
began writing a polemic novel, which ultimately came to be called The Probability
Broach, the central contention of which was that, if everybody carried a gun,
then society would be a lot more more peaceful, a lot less violent, and virtually crime-free.
What is going on here?
by Wayne Grantham
I haven't read United Nations Agenda 21. I'm going totally on
second-hand information, largely from people I trust. Even if they're wrong, what
I'm about to write stands, with good reason, on the evidence of what I've read, heard and seen.
The Testament of James by Vin Suprynowicz
Reviewed by Ken Holder
This mystery/thriller novel has the subtitle "From the case files
of Matthew Hunter and Chantal Stevens" which implies more to come. At least I hope so.
The Cyberattack on Alongside Night
by J. Neil Schulman
The last showing of Alongside Night was Oct. 23, 2014 in Spokane, WA.
The movie is not yet available on Blu-Ray, DVD, VOD or streaming. As of now the movie is two-and-a-half
months past its last public availability, awaiting general release via wider theatrical and the
above-mentioned home-entertainment media later this year. So how is it that within the last ten
days—two-and-a-half months after its last screening—there have been 75 IMDb ratings for the
movie, a dozen of them posted in the last 24 hours, 22 of them from non-U.S. users—and 59—78.7—of
these votes are the lowest possible rating of 1 out of 10? This gives _Alongside Night_ an IMDb rating of
2.4 out of a possible 10 and gives a false-flag impression that an audience that has seen the movie has
rejected it. The intent is an attempt to discourage further distribution by giving potential vendors
the impression there's no market for it.
by A.X. Perez
The Second Amendment is unnecessary. This is because the right to keep
and bear arms is also protected by the Ninth Amendment (The enumeration in the Constitution,
of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.)
The Ninth Amendment admits that the Bill of Rights is not creating rights but simply listing some
of the rights of the people the US Government is notionally bound to respect and protect.
The Pope is a Dope
by L. Neil Smith
The Roman Catholic Church apparently, has gotten itself stuck with
another lemon. Judging from his recent public pronouncements, Pope Francis couldn't pour
the traditional liquid out of a boot if the instructions were enscribed on the heel in
Latin. I'm extremely sorry if saying that offends any of my Catholic friends, but you've
gotta do something about this guy. He's an embarrassment, the Joseph Biden of religion.
Neale's Weekly Gun Rant 1-18-2015
by Neale Osborn
As I note below, Mama Liberty has issued a challenge. She wants us
to tell of a time WE passed the torch to a non- or anti- gunner, getting them to change
their stance on gun rights. And here's her article outlining why she thinks it's important.
So "Don't Sit There Complaining.... DO Something!!"
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 311
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 311 of a weekly cartoon series.