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Number 444, November 18, 2007
"November 19th is National Ammo Day,
described as a BUYcott of ammunition."

The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, pt 2.
The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, part 2
by Scott Bieser

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Letters to the Editor
from Chris Kahn, Victor Milán, Dr Sean Gabb, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

The River Rubicon
by L. Neil Smith
Seven years ago—although thanks to the horrors of George Bush's reign of state terrorism it seems vastly longer than that—the Waco Willy Clinton administration, ever fearful that Americans might be equipped for and capable of defending themselves from its predations, served up a list of 83,000 human sacrifices on the altar of victim disarmament.

RCT (Regime Change Time) in Pakistan
or: Don't Forget to Set Your Clocks Back a Century or Two
The Kaptain's Log
by Kaptain Kanada, aka Manuel Miles

Recently, we Kanadians celebrated the coming of winter by setting our clocks back an hour. Why we do this, I have never figured out, but we will balance things out by setting them ahead in the spring. The American Empire also runs on arcane rituals, but I am beginning to get a handle on some of them.

I Don't Want to Save the Whales
A Work in Progress:

words and music by L. Neil Smith
There are lots of critters that you shouldn't mess with,
'Cause the feds will come and shoot you if you do.
The trouble is, so many are delicious.
Is that why they're depriving me and you?

The River City Syndrome
by Bill Koehler
From Albuquerque, creative thinker Valentine Michael Smith has recognized and described what he has named the "River City Syndrome". It was first presented to us in the movie the Music Man.

Ron Paul and the Defeat of the Liberventionists
by Anthony Gregory
For the last six years, I have stood in horror, seeing the freedom movement divided over the issues of war and peace—a division that has always afflicted the movement but which became particularly apparent and germane in the wake of 9/11.

It Might Be Too Late To Wake Up
by James Glaser
George Bush and Dick Cheney were and are oil men. Their friends and business associates were and are oil men. When these two came to office, gas sold for $1.66 a gallon. Today I filled up, and it was $3.19 a gallon.

Gold From Straw
by L. Neil Smith
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when Bill and Hillary Clinton—Waco Willy and Polly Pot—stopped cold in their slimy political snail-tracks by Rush Limbaugh and other right wing talk show hosts, tried to blame the Oklahoma City/Murrah Building bombing on right wing talk radio, as a trial balloon for shutting it down.

The Last Sonuvabitch of Klepton, Part 2
by Scott Bieser
The Planet Klepton—a strange world dominated by thieves and scammers and ruled by an elite class know as The Sonzabitches. . .

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