The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez and TJ Mason
by L. Neil Smith
It took me a long, long time, and a whole lot of expensive,
sophisticated scholarly help to sort out the politics of the reign of Queen
Elizabeth I of England -- to whatever extent I have it sorted out. It's bad
fiction: too many similar characters with too-similar names.
Quentin Isn't But I Am
by Jim Davidson
Recently, Quentin Tarantino said, "Frankly, it feels lousy
to have a bunch of police mouthpieces call me a cop hater. I'm not a cop hater.
That is a misrepresentation. That is slanderous. That is not how I feel." My
goodness, whatever does he mean? I'm a cop hater, and I will tell you why. I
am a cop hater because police initiate force and I am against initiating force.
I am a cop hater because every cop is paid in stolen money, and every cop is
an enforcer for the system. I am a cop hater because cops enforce unjust laws
and enjoy doing so. I am a cop hater because cops in Houston broke eleven of
my bones in January 2004 and felt completely justified doing so. I am a cop
hater because cops rape, murder, and beat people for no reason, to satisfy
their own need for power, because cops are bullies, because cops stand by
each other. If cops were going to start arresting cops, if cops were no
longer initiating force, if cops were not corrupt, if cops were not paid
by tax (stolen) money, I would be willing to reconsider. But I would
probably go right on hating cops until every single cop who has ever
committed a crime, who has ever beaten a protester, who has ever shot
an unarmed man, who has ever raped an unarmed woman, who has ever
enforced an unjust law apologised, admitted their guilt, and took
responsibility to compensate their many victims.
Chaos and Central Planning
by Tyrone Johnson
In 2007, the International Panel on Climate Change wrote,
in part, "we should recognise that we are dealing with a coupled nonlinear
chaotic system, and therefore that the long-term prediction of future climate
states is not possible." Think about that statement for a bit, please.
This month's feature article from Our Publisher Mr. L. Neil
Smith uses the "long s", which was mostly replaced by the
"round s" by sometime around 1800 or so). It sort-of looks
like an "f", but most web browsers these days should be
able to reproduce it, so that's what I did: ſ
Now, the thing about "religion" is: why so many? There is
only one Chemistry. There is only one Physics. There is only
one Mathematics. Yet, there are several thousand religions.
At least! And we know the Chemistry, the Mathematics are
true! So... I leave the rest as an exercise for the
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