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Letters to the Editor
from A.X. Perez,Carl "Bear" Bussjaeger, and Robert Gibson
Robin Hood Defamed Again
by L. Neil Smith
It says here a Canadian outfit called "Adbusters" is persuading
its fellow parasites in the "Occupy" camps to demand the creation of a "Robin Hood
Tax", to be levied on and collected from, er ... Western Civilization.
Occupy Lawrence Day Ten
by Jim Davidson
Occupy Lawrence has not given up. There was open discussion of
planning a big activity this coming weekend, Friday and Saturday, probably around the
intersection of 9th and Massachusetts.
Who would Jesus vote for?
by Kent McManigal
I am an atheist, for many reasons, but that doesn't mean I can't ask
Christians an important question. So I asked. And I haven't gotten a real answer yet.
So, those of you who have Christian friends who feel it is their God-directed duty to
vote, please ask them this question with me.
Flash Editorials October 29, 2011
by Russell D. Longcore
International: Blowback... also known as "unintended
consequences"... sucks. The provisional government leaders of Libya announced that
going forward, they will be forming a new government based upon Islamic Sharia
law. The Obama Administration has been crowing like a rooster about how they
look forward to democratic government in the new Libya. NATO forces... which is
Washington wearing a mask... plotted the overthrow of Libya and lit up Gaddafi
military troops as support for the overthrow. But Libya is all about tribes,
and tribalism and democracy never mix. Libya wants the kind of sharia state
that Saudi Arabia has, not what Washington is offering. While Libya's choice
may be questionable, their complete rejection of DC and Western "civilization:
Review the Bidding
by A.X. Perez
Having spent my last several submissions to TLE excoriating AG Eric
Holder and others for their part in Operation Gunwalker it seems I've neglected to criticize
the Mexican government. While I have no desire to mess around in Mexican politics, I thought
it would be useful to point out how Mexico's rulers have tyrannically misused their power
and thus created the sorry mess across the Border.
What Are Unalienable Rights?
by Russell D. Longcore
I don't think I've ever seen an expansive article about unalienable
rights. We all seem to just refer to the Declaration of Independence and what Jefferson
wrote, and then defer to it. But natural law and unalienable rights are where it all starts.
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 148
by L. Neil Smith and Rex May
Number 148 of a weekly cartoon series.