The Social Contract

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"Christian Support"

by Russmo

Number 236, August 31, 2003

Finally, the Text of that Social Contract!

Letters to the Editor
From Our Readers
Letters from Marc Brands Liberty, Richard Bushnell, and Ken Valentine.

Breaking The Chains
by James Landrith
Once again, California is in the midst of a firestorm with regard to that favorite of American controversies — race.

Professional Paranoid
by William Stone, III
There are no terrorists in the United States. There never have been, there aren't any now, and there aren't likely to be any in the future. And I can prove it.

The Social Contract
text by Joseph Knight, modified by Mike Blessing
I will surrender a percentage of my property to the Government. The actual percentage will be determined by the Government and may be based on my income, the value of my property, the value of my purchases, or any other criteria the Government chooses, and is subject to change at any time. To aid the Government in determining the percentage, I will use a government identification number.

The Insanity of the Anti-Bambi Hunt Agenda
by Todd Andrew Barnett
When it came to the recent controversy concerning the Hunting for Bambi game, did conservatives and liberals not have anything better to do than to demonize one of the newest pleasurable pastimes that just hit Las Vegas, Nevada? This latest sport has recently become a witting target by many leftists and rightists who find themselves thoroughly disgusted and uncomfortable with the thought of this increasingly popular activity, which has already become the talk of the town all over the country.

Crime Doesn't Pay!
by Mike Straw
Crime Doesn't Pay! Except in Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Miami, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles, and other evil social fascist oligarchi

Going to Extremes
by Wendy McElroy
In the last two weeks, more than 60 family court offices in Britain received hoax bombs that were apparently sent by fathers' rights extremists: perhaps by one individual. The issue of fathers' rights in the UK may be entering a more violent phase. If so, this should act as a cautionary tale for North America.

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