The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
In 7 parts.
Letters to the Editor
from Bill St. Clair
Operation Jade Helm 15
by L. Neil Smith
I really don't want to write this, I'm very ill and very tired and
I've been avoiding it. And why shouldn't I? I hope the predictions I'm about to make
don't come true. If they do, then like so many predictions I've made, I'm a genius
(once again) and that's the bad news. If they don't, I'll be the laughing-stock of
journalism and the libertarian movement (not for the first time) and that's the good news.
You're a libertarian? So what?
by Adam Kokesh
Have you ever had that reaction from someone with whom you were
trying to share the message of freedom? It's a great question, and one that our
challengers don't ask often enough. "So what if you're right about everything? You're
not much more free than I am. You still have a nine-to-five. You still pay taxes. You
still complain about not being free all the time. In fact, you might be LESS free
because you spend time complaining and arguing and reading the news and watching
YouTube videos while I'm busy ENJOYING my not-so-free life."
You Say You Want....
by A.X. Perez
Should we have another revolution? Yes, we should. The police have gotten
too blood thirsty. recently I heard one PD (Las Cruces, New Mexico) complain that losing the
"right" to impose civil forfeiture without getting a conviction would cost them hundreds of
thousands of dollar inoperating funds. The cops are not just killers, they are thieves.
Movie Review: Jurassic World
by Jeff Fullerton
For the last several weeks I've been working on a more comprehensive
article on the latest plea of necessity regarding the bugaboos of invasive species and
GMO. But it has been very busy between working overtime and a family crisis that has
been taking up much of my time. So progress is slow and I loathe the idea of pushing
to produce a half assed job because this journal and its readers deserve better. Also
as time goes on—new information continues to emerge which may make for an even more
interesting story when all is said and done.
Jefferson's Promise, Smith's Fulfillment
July 4th Reflections on the 30th* Anniversary
of the Covenant of Unanimous Consent
by Dennis Wilson
Today being the Fourth of July, 2015, it is timely to review
what L. Neil Smith wrote 30 years ago, in 1985, and what I have described as
"the fulfillment of the promise of Jefferson's Declaration"
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 334
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 334 of a weekly cartoon series.