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Number 404, February 4, 2007

"Bush and his creepy friends."

Bush Bloodsucker
Bush Bloodsucker
(Thanks to Jim Davidson for pointing us to this.)


Well, finally a vacation from snow for a while. Highs may get into the low fifties, even. Heat wave!

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Ken Holder

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Tom Paine Maru
by L. Neil Smith
Cover by Scott Bieser
First uncensored edition.
Originally published by Del Rey Books, 1984.
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The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel
by L. Neil Smith
Illustrated by Scott Bieser
Published by Press, 2004


Letters to the Editor
from Jay P. Hailey, L. Neil Smith, Tom Berna, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership

Doomed to Repeat It
by L. Neil Smith
Bear with me. I've just read a review of a book of essays written by a man who called himself "libertarian" for more than a quarter of a century, and yet, when the towers fell and Bush said, "Let's roll!", elected, along with a small handful of his oldest, closest friends, to "roll" with him.

Pledge of Allegiance = Worship of Government
by Tinny Ray
The public needs to be informed about new discoveries showing that the USA originated the notorious stiff-arm salute of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis).

by Andrew G. Eggleston Sr.
Sometimes people ask me: "How can you be so arrogant as to think you have anything near the intellect or wisdom of any of 'The Founding Fathers', to write the tripe that you do that speaks against our benign government in this free Democracy?"

Rest In Peace, Barbaro
by Jonathan David Morris
It's incredibly sad that doctors had to put down Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro. It's equally sad that his death is being described as something his doctors "had to do."

Does Romans 13 Demand That We Pay Income Taxes?
by Doug Newman
Thanks for writing. Romans 13:1-7 (1) is the favorite Scripture of control freaks everywhere. However, to read it as demanding total obedience to earthly authorities is absurd. Christianity is an intellectual exercise. We are to love God with our hearts, souls and minds. (Mark 12:30)

Our Diseased Democracy
by Lady Liberty
Last week was a tough one for a couple of my friends. One of them was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had to have immediate surgery to remove the originating tumor, and she's now waiting to hear a recommended course of treatment dependent on the results of tests to determine the cancer's spread. As of today, her prognosis is reasonably good. In the most awful of coincidences, another friend was diagnosed with lung cancer just two days later. Her prognosis is less favorable. Though she's already commenced with chemotherapy treatments, surgery isn't an option because the cancer cells have already spread beyond her lungs and into her liver and her bones.

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