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Number 734, August 18, 2013
Not a single American alive today was ever a slave—
except, of course, of the military and the RS. Not a
single American alive today has ever kept slaves—
except, of course, for the politicians and bureaucrats.

by Rex May


The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
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Letters to the Editor
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The New Libertarianism: Anarcho-Capitalism
(From Objectivist Basic Principles to Political Concepts)
By J. Michael Oliver

Reviewed by L. Neil Smith
I am ethically obliged to begin with a disclaimer. J. Michael Oliver and I are friends, and have been for some time—although not as long as we might have been. He and I go back in what is now the libertarian movement to the 1960s. We seem to have traveled in similar circles and have known many of the same people. I was familiar with his magazine The New Banner. It is a statistical wonder that we didn't meet back then and haven't been friends for decades. Ancient dinosaurs that we are.

Word From Cairo
by Heba Farouk Mahfouz
God damn all those who have put us in this situation, the Muslim Brotherhood, the military, the interim useless government. God damn you! 20-year-old people writing their wills, calling their friends hysterically making sure they are well. God damn your filthy souls, you have turned our lives into mere fear, fear of loss. God damn you all.

In Praise of Social Benefactors
by L. Neil Smith
I don't know if the public schools teach about Robert Fulton any more. Most likely, he's been crowded out by the dire threat of global warm ... er, climate change, and the all-important need to recycle plastics.

About "Law Enforcement Priorities"
by Tomas L. Knapp
All around the United States over the last few years, local initiatives have appeared on various city/county ballots, or come up in front of government councils and commissions, to make marijuana possession "the lowest law enforcement priority." Last month, the subject came up in the area where I now live, and I briefly commented on it.

Racism Schmacism
by L. Neil Smith
I am a child of the Golden West. From the earliest memories I recall, one of society's most outstanding heroes has been the rodeo clown. If you're a foreigner, or a "dude" in the original meaning of the term, you may not know that the rodeo clown is more than merely an entertainer. He's an absolutely essential member of the system that keeps a fallen cowboy from being trampled to death or gored by more animal than most individuals have ever seen in one place in their lives.

But Does Peeping Tom Protect You?
by L. Reichard White
By this time, thanks to whistle-blower Edward Snowden putting his future on the line, you know that the formerly secret United States NSA spy bureaucracy has been unconstitutionally spooking the phone calls of all Verizon customers—and almost everyone else in the world. That includes your late-night heart-to-hearts with mom and sweet Mary. According to Mr. Snowden—and verified by another NSA whistle blower, William Biney—NSA was recording 600 million phone calls a day. And that was back when they were just getting warmed up. Will this protect you?

A Story of O
by L. Neil Smith
Big doings this week, in the land of cuckoo clocks and lederhosen. Well, big-boned, anyway. And ironic. Oprah Winfrey, the person who, more than any other individual, is responsible for having fobbed the first openly Marxist president off on the rest of us, has suddenly found herself rendered irrelevant by the one and only woman in the United States of America more stupid, more evil, more insane, and uglier than she is, Michelle Antoinette herself. The Worst Lady. Queen of all she can steal.

Neale's Weekly Gun Rant Volumes 21
by Neale Osborn
Well, he never had a chance for a vote from ME anyway! I mean, let's face it—Chris Christie handed Obama a second term. He sucked Obama off on national TV after Sandy, and it FINALLY managed to make Obama look presidential. Had he just followed the example of Bloomberg and Cuomo (bet you never expected to hear ME say that!) and told him "Thanks for the financial help and anything else you can save, but we don't have the manpower to spare to protect you right now. So please stay in DC for a few weeks, and we'll bring you by in a few weeks." we'd probably have president Romney right now.... never mind. I guess it didn't matter much anyway.

Kerry Me Not
by L. Neil Smith
Of all the stories to come out of the war in Vietnam, that of Navy lieutenant John F. Kerry is almost certainly the least interesting and significant. Although, very much like George H.W. Bush, Kerry has the most distinguished military record money could buy, his shipmates reportedly would like to frag him today, if it only were still in style.

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Attached to this letter you will find a rather large package containing a work of neoclassical sculpture commonly known as "The Statue of Liberty", but which, we feel, more and more deserves to be called 'The Hollow Woman", for what she has come to really represent.

By any name, she was the incredibly generous gift of your people to our people on our national centennial, in 1876. Many would argue that perhaps this nation was worthy of her then, although the battered and impoverished inhabitants of our Southern states, recently and brutally conquered by an insane dictator under fraudulent pretenses, might have given you an argument.

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U.S. Army Buys Nearly 600,000 Soviet AK-47 Magazines
by Kit Daniels
The U.S. Army is buying almost 600,000 Soviet AK-47 magazines, enough to hold nearly 18,000,000 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammo which is not standard-issue for either the U.S. military or NATO.
All the magazines combined loaded weight is more than the operating weight of a C-5 Galaxy.
A U.S. Army solicitation on the Federal Business Opportunities site asks for approximately 592,825 new AK 30-round magazines.

This is interesting, although nothing really new:

The NSA Is Commandeering the Internet
Technology companies have to fight for their users, or they'll eventually lose them.
by Bruce Schneier

Schneier is the famous security expert who coined the term "Security Theater" for the airport nonsense.

And look at this:

Collected Quotations Of The Dread Pirate Roberts, Founder Of Underground Drug Site Silk Road And Radical Libertarian
by Andy Greenberg

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