I have some sad news, this is the last issue of TLE that
Wendy McElroy will appear in, unless she writes an article directly
for us. Her iFeminist/Fox News columns from now on will be only
on the Fox News web site. Bummer! The very fist issue of TLE
in 1995 contained a review of one of her books, and she herself
first appeared in issue 5 in early 1996. Farewell, Wendy, we will
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by L. Neil Smith
Cover by Scott Bieser
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The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel
by L. Neil Smith
Illustrated by Scott Bieser
Published by BigHead Press, 2004
Letters to the Editor
from Charles Heller, Mike Blessing, and Wendy McElroy
Time for a Boynout
by L. Neil Smith
Meet John Spencer, the poor, dumb sacrificial beast the GOP plans
to put up against Hillary Rodham Clinton for the US Senate next time
How does one distinguish between "real" libertarians... and the nerf variety?
by Linda Cirincione
L. Neil Smith defined ("real") libertarians essentially
as those who act consistently with the Non Aggression Principle (NAP). (See
quote at the end.)
The Bear That's There
by Jack Duggan
All the stories we see in the TV news, print and
Internet media today are like mice in a small room occupied by a grizzly
bear. We can see the bear, hear him panting and growling as he attempts
to stomp on us, but everyone pretends he's just not there, even though
he's eating all the food and we mice are starving.
Unlike You, I Have Nothing Smart To Say About Those Anti-Muslim Cartoons In That Danish Newspaper
by Jonathan David Morris
You know, I'm not going to lie to you. Sometimes I'm
too open-minded for my own good.
It's Your War! You Go Fight It!
by Doug Newman
According to the Denver Rocky Mountain News, a
survey of high school students in Jefferson County, Colorado, just west of
Denver, revealed that 25 percent of them opted out of allowing military
recruiters to contact them. This is up from 13 percent one year before.
In highly affluent Douglas County, south of Denver, the number is 55 percent.
The Lies Are Worth A Shot
by Lady Liberty
When you live in mortal fear of something like many
gun control advocates do, it seems that nothing is off the table where
debate (I use the term loosely) techniques are concerned. Even when
there's little for them to use in the way of argument fodder, they'll
take what there is and fold, bend, spindle and mutilate it to suit their
needs at the time. On some occasions, when there's nothing at all to use
they'll simply fabricate their "evidence." And, like so many falsehoods
or misrepresentations, the more the lies are repeated, the more believable
they become to the credulous members of the public.
Lovers of Liberty Take Heart
by Scott Kauzlarich
The above quote from Murray Rothbard is as true today
as when he first wrote it. Libertarians are pessimistic. Some are so
pessimistic that they don't even call themselves Libertarian, preferring
to join other groups or take on some other label.
Sexual Harassment Policies Need Reform
by Wendy McElroy
Parentslock up your sons and daughters! From
grade school to grad symposiums, school corridors are more sexually
dangerous than city streets.
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