Two words: Wall Bonds.
The Editor’s Notes
by Ken Holder
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
I am sure you will want to read Q&A: Edward Snowden on rights, privacy, secrets and leaks in conversation with Jimmy Wales at WikiTribune.
And you probably will not want to read this: Professor claims “meritocracy” in math class is a “tool of whiteness” because it is … well it is proof that this is The Stupid Years after all.
Although all is not lost. At least not yet. Not today. I am sure you have heard that the Feds got slapped down for their attempt to steal Cliven Bundy’s land and cattle: Cliven Bundy may sue federal government for malicious prosecution, civil-rights abuses, Nevada rancher walks free after judge finds “outrageous” prosecutorial misconduct.
The Feds Fought a Two-Year Battle Against the Truth to Prosecute
Cliven Bundy—and the Truth Won
The government”s case against the Bundys collapsed this week, revealing a stunning level of misconduct and corruption.
by Jon Miltimore
And, even so, The Stupid Years continue to co-exist with The Crazy Years for our amusement and horror. “Interesting Times?” So it is, so it is…
So it is.
Finally, I have received reports of people saying the cover funny-picture last issue was a hoax. It truly is astonishing how many people there are with no sense of humor. Of course that boat was not named “the USS Al Gore”. It was a JOKE!. Really, that goes beyond stupidity into the realm of actual evil—acting that stupid is evil. And most everybody knows it.
Was that worth reading?
Then why not:
Recommended links from previous issues:
John Tamny on Bastiat Is Common Sense Personified
A writer at Wall Street Pit on New Class of Drugs Will Help You Roll Back the Years
John Lanchester on The Case Against Civilization
John W. Whitehead on Battlefield America Is the New Normal: We’re Not in Mayberry Anymore
Scott Adams on How To Know You’re In a Mass Hysteria Bubble
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