The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez, T.J. Mason, and Tor Chantara
By What Right?
by L. Neil Smith
I seem to have developed a habit of asking questions that nobody wants
to answer. At least a decade ago, maybe longer, I asked—mostly of conservatives—think
of Hadrian's Wall, think of the Great Wall of China; think of the walls of Rome; failures all.
Nobody ever slowed the movement of great masses of people across the face of the planet; if
America is being flooded by an unstoppable tsunami of immigrants, why not accept it, resign
yourself to the inevitable, and use your finite resources more intelligently, to create
institutions dedicated specifically to absorbing those immigrants into the genuine, historical
American mainstream, so they won't all automatically vote Democrat? Ten years, and I never got
HTML, CSS, Drupal, WordPress: Twenty Years of Progress
by Sean Gabb
I built my first website in November 1995. It was just after the launch
of Windows 95 and the first version of Netscape. For three years, I had been about half a
dozen steps behind the cutting edge of the IT Revolution. It had been a matter of sending
and receiving e-mails in raw Unix, and then in crude software packages with names like Elm
and Pine, and of using a system called Gopher to download texts in atrociously-edited Latin
or smutty, though often monochrome, jpeg files.
Salon and Silencers
A Rifles and Reason Presentation
I love what I do for Rifles and Reason. I'm passionate about firearms
and gun rights, and I love putting this information out to you guys so you can use it,
either to share with others, or to learn something yourselves. A lot of the debunking we
do is people who are just misinformed, or ignorant. It's not necessarily an antagonistic
process. Then there's Salon. I'd call it my personal white whale, but that would imply
some long standing rivalry and or competition, but this is a battle of wits and I refuse
to fight an unarmed opponent... normally. For those not familiar with the website I would
compare them to the notorious Russian propaganda engine Pravda, but that would be an insult
to both propaganda and fiction. Managing to both be woefully uninformed AND completely sold
on every piece of bullshit anti-gun propaganda you've ever heard of isn't new, I'm sure at
least one of those "special" individuals is going to be in the comments section asap, they
rarely have the size of platform that Salon does... for some reason. Does anyone actually
know what the original purpose of this... was it a magazine? whatever this collection of
dross is, is for? Regardless, we press on to spin the wheel of scary things that we should
all panic about according to the anti-gun media! Today's winning subject? Suppressors!
March Milestones: The Joys of Spring & Government
by Jeff Fullerton
With Norseman's Hell in full retreat it is time for a thread change.
Mid March is the time things start waking up outside as well as in the greenhouse and
opening the ponds. A milestone for the arrival of spring. Had a fun trip down memory lane
with the pics from the album of my early hobby days of pond and turtles and other pets I
no longer have. Need to put together a really comprehensive one from later pics taken thru
the years. Then I have a really good legacy and a guide book for fine tuning the current setups.
Hillary, Outside the Box
by L. Neil Smith
I have a cat named Strider. He's a handsome fellow, some variation
on a Russian Blue, reasonably bright, extremely clean, a game fighter, and highly
affectionate when it suits him. There's just this one small problem ...
Neale's Gun Rant for 3-22-2015
by Neale Osborn
We're starting the Rant. So what happens next? Ayup! Mama Liberty speaks!
This time, the topic is gun laws, New Jersey, and some statistics. Sorry, trick question.
Of course, all "gun laws" go too far. And, for the record, that has almost nothing to do with
the "second amendment" or safety or reducing actual violent crime.
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 320
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 320 of a weekly cartoon series.