L. Neil Smith's
Number 256, January 25, 2004

"From the ashes a fire shall be woken"

Gun haters kill again: Protect yourself from vicious animals
by Rex Curry

Special to TLE

Did gun haters kill Mark Jeffrey Reynolds? Did gun haters almost kill Anne Hjelle? They were attacked by vicious animals while biking in a wilderness park in California. They had been disarmed by vicious animals while biking in a wilderness park in California.

As an attorney, I am often consulted about gun laws. Many states (and the federal government) restrict the carrying of firearms while in parks. I have a webpage about gun rights at http://members.ij.net/rex/guncom.html.

In the California park, a mountain lion sprang from the brush and pounced on Hjelle's back and dragged her off by her head. Fellow bikers threw rocks at the animal. No kidding. Rocks.

Why were they reduced to throwing rocks like Neanderthals in the 21st century? Because vicious socialism hates individuals and their rights and it disarms its victims. It happened before in government-run (socialized) Parks. Socialists didn't care, so they continued to disarm the victims. The socialists will kill again.

Government-run parks aren't the only victim disarmament zones that kill. They killed on 9-11. And the vicious animals killed with the socialist trio of mass murderers at http://members.ij.net/rex/socialists.jpg Stop victim disarmament with the resources at http://rexcurry.net. Help protect individuals from vicious animals. Don't be reduced to throwing rocks.

Rex Curry is a lawyer in Florida, a sixth-generation Floridian, and a life-long resident. He also has a degree in journalism and has been published worldwide. His predecessors helped settle Key West back when Florida's government was virtually non-existent. The Curry Mansion (home of Florida's first capitalist millionaire) is still on the local tour.


The State vs. The People
by Claire Wolfe and Aaron Zelman

Is America becoming a police state? Friends of liberty need to know.

Some say the U.S. is already a police state. Others watch the news for signs that their country is about to cross an indefinable line. Since September 11, 2001, the question has become more urgent. When do roving wiretaps, random checkpoints, mysterious "detentions," and military tribunals cross over from being emergency measures to being the tools of a government permanently and irrevocably out of control?

The State vs. the People examines these crucial issues. But first, it answers this fundamental question: "What is a police state?"

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