The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from L. Neil Smith, A.X. Perez, Adam Kokesh, Paul Bonneau, and Jeff Fullerton
Reforming the Libertarian Party
by L. Neil Smith
I recently joined a group, the LP Radical Caucus, that was new to
me, and one of the things they asked on their Facebook page was what ideas, if any,
did I have for straightening out what's wrong with the Party. I've had many such ideas
for years. The following essay is my answer.
by A.X. Perez
As mentioned elsewhere. If you vote, do not vote Democrat for anything
this year. The Democratic candidates for President have stumbled all over themselves trying
to establish who has the most rabidly anti-gun credentials in at least one debate. Therefor
we must assume that confiscatory gun control laws are going to be part of the Democrats
platform. Even your most pro-gun Congressman or state legislator may get cornered into
backing anti gun laws he "doesn't believe in" as part of party discipline. (the only
exception to this is to vote Democrat in the primaries to block Hillary Clinton from
getting the nomination).
A Utilitarian Argument for the Complete Abolition of the State
by Don Templeton
This paper will examine the question of government itself and whether
or not the abolition of government serves the best interests of humanity. This paper will
utilized the moral philosophy of Utilitarianism exclusively to arrive at an answer to this
question. First, a brief summary of the philosophy and its originators will be introduced.
Second, the State or government will be explicitly defined according to its actual purpose
and function in society, not the civics class mythology school children are indoctrinated
with. Third, a sober examination of the human toll of government will be documented. Finally,
the Utilitarian Calculus will be applied to the problem and the most moral outcome to this question revealed.
How to Live Eleven Days in 24 Hours
by Robert Anton Wilson
For about a year now, I have dated all my letters with my own no-bias
multi-cultural calendar. Of course, I know a multi-cultural chronology seems very Politically
Correct, but don't let that shock you. I happen to agree with the P.C. cult about many things.
In fact, I only differ with them in not liking their intolerance, their fascist tactics,
their introduction of Maoist brainwashing to our groves of Academe, and their utter lack of
humor or ordinary common sense. Aside from those issues, I almost approve the P.C. agenda.
Jerry Brown Behind Bars
by L. Neil Smith
As most gun activists are presently aware, late in December of what
is now last year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into "law" an act which pretends
to permit police in that state, unfettered by Constitutional considerations, to enter the
property of otherwise innocent human beings and steal whatever firearms they may be keeping there.
Stupid computer crash drives Editor around the bend!
Yes, that is what my Saturday Evening/Sunday Morning has been
like. I do hope yours has gone better.
So, a big bunch of email got leaked into the bit bucket and
is now gone. And as always in this kind of thing, I would
have done the weekly backup AFTER finishing up the current
issue of The Enterprise. It doesn't matter when or how often
yer does yer backups, the crash always loses what you just
realized you need next. Or so it seems.
Anyway, what I was trying to say is: this is a must-read
article right here, you betcha:
Coming 2016: All-Out War On So-Called 'Social Justice'
by Milo Yiannopoulos
In 2016, battle lines will be drawn. On one side, people
of all colours, genders and orientations are rallying
around the flag of freedom of speech. On the other, a
nasty set of authoritarians are rallying around a flag
that identifies as a flag only on Mondays, uses they/them
pronouns and will try to get you fired or expelled from
school if you forget it.
Let me explain. In 2015, I saw the seeds of a movement
begin to sprout. Across the internet, and even in fear-
gripped halls on campuses, young people began to stand up
and challenge the humourless, divisive, identity-obsessed
elites that have taken over our cultural discourse. People
of seemingly disparate interests and politics—gamers,
pundits, metalheads, comic book and science fiction fans,
atheists, Catholics, conservatives, libertarians and even
many disaffected liberals—came together to agree on only
one thing: art and culture should be left alone.
That movement is called cultural libertarianism. It stands
against any authoritarian, from the Right or the Left, who
sucks fun and freedom from the world like some kind of
vampire without the cool factor, and who uses faux
grievances and exaggerated victimhood to get what they
want. Cultural libertarianism rejects the fainting-couch
feminism and race-baiting of the Left in favour of
deliberately provocative joyfulness and exuberance. It
also predicates facts over hurt feelings, versus the
vsocial justice crowd who want to turn harrowing anecdotes
into "lived experience"—which we are then expected to
treat like scientific data.
For more about this "Social Justice" nonsense, check out
Always Lie" Reviewed by John Walker in Issue 842
and click on that link to amazon.com to get yerself a
copy of the book—it is an amazingly useful exposition
of the whole big mess.
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