The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from Jim Davidson and TJ Mason
The Breaking Dawn: a book review
by Jim Davidson
Many of the readers of this publication will remember Paul Rosenberg's
A Lodging of Wayfaring Men with considerable fondness. Some may be aware that he
co-authored, with Sean Hastings, a book titled God Wants You Dead. I don't
think very many people in our community are aware that Paul has also written extensive
technical manuals on electricity and electronics. He's quite prolific. His latest book
is The Breaking Dawn. I think it is a very important book. Certainly it has a
great deal to do with the very most formative ideas in Western culture.
A Pulp Action Novelist Covers Steal The Vote Colorado
by Don Templeton
The protest was supposed to be in front of the criminal command base
of the GOP Colorado headquarters in Greenwood Village—a high income burg that John Elway
and other crony criminals in the local market call home. I left my car in Englewood and
took the light rail to get to the scene of the protest. On the train, I took a seat and
noticed the four street people on the train, too. Two girls, two stoned to the gills looking
boys. One of the girls was reading a newspaper and talking shit about Trump. Lights went on.
Ah ha. Probably a cadre of Soros funded protestors inbound to the counter-GOP Steal The Vote
protest. So I took some pictures of them. Note the military SWAT type boots the girls are wearing.
Them and Us
by A.X. Perez
Recently I was speaking to a person who supports "reasonable" gun
control. The subject was the refusal of the Senate to debate, let alone approve, Barrack
Obama's candidate to replace Antonin Scalia. This expanded into a polemic on my friend's
part over the obstructionist tactics pursued by the current Congress against Mr. Obama's
agenda. Having been frustrated by this at times myself when I felt that the current
Congress was not so much pursuing Republican, conservative, and/or libertarian goals I kind of got it.
Nihon Ishigame: Year III : Celebrating the Pursuit of Happiness & Ripping Earth Day
by Jeff Fullerton
It is Saturday; the day after Earth Day and my own birthday which I
celebrated yesterday by spending a lovely afternoon planting some new Hosta varieties
and just enjoying the warmth of spring which finally decided to return.
It seems that Harriet Tubman is going to replace Andy
Jackson on the $20 Federal Reserve Note. She was
a gun-owner, and a life-long opponent of government
tyranny. Welcome to our club-house!
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