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Number 343, October 30, 2005

 Tenth Anniversary Edition, Part 5 

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Here we go, folks, issue number 343. Usual gab about buying stuff from the links or donating to support TLE. Happy Halloween for Monday.

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Turning New Hampshire into a 21st Century Powerhouse
by Alan R. Weiss
While economic freedom is a necessary pre-condition for New Hampshire to become a 21st Century Powerhouse, it is not sufficient. To become the Estonia, Hong Kong, or Switzerland of North America, the Free State of New Hampshire will require a great deal of other factors: capital, brainpower, entrepreneurial spirit and risk taking, and cultural tolerance.

I've Got a Little List...: No.2
by James J Odle
Back in 2000, when the first edition of this article appeared, I thought the Clintonistas{2} were horrendously bad for America, that governmental respect for the Bill of Rights, the Constitution and everything this country is supposed to stand for had deteriorated to an all time low. Then along came Bush and his cronies and the respect slipped from that ultra low point, plunged over the ledge and into the abyss.

Ten Things I Hate About Halloween
by Jonathan David Morris
I decided to call this article "Ten Things I Hate About Halloween." I'm not going to belabor the point with a long, drawn-out opening paragraph. On with the reasons:

The Fall of Government
by Lady Liberty
It seems summer went by in a blink, and it's now that time of year again when leaves color, breezes cool, and—like some bizarre autumn flower—campaign signs bloom in yards everywhere. Even in "off" years, November brings local elections to many of our hometowns, and mine is one of them.

Miracle Cure, or Murky Research?
by Wendy McElroy
Herceptin, a therapeutic drug for breast cancer, was trumpeted across the news last week after a glowing report appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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