"Gun control is the idea that it’s better to see a woman dead in an alley, strangled
with her own pantyhose, than to see her with a gun in her hand."—T.D. Melrose
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Americans Have Obeyed Their Last Gun Law

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—An International Journal of Opinion —
920, April 30, 2017

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Imaginary Crimes
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Hillary's New 13-Step Program
Hillary's New 13-Step Program

What the hell ever happened to “sticks and stones”?


The Editor’s Notes
by Ken Holder, Editor
Kindly go read “Why Free Speech on Campus Is Under Attack: Blame Marcuse” by Jeffrey A. Tucker. The answer, of course, is Marxism, with the damnable “Frankfurt School” being the primary offender. And now we are all Frankfurt School victims… er… students.

Letters to the Editor
from Eric Oppen, Jeff Fullerton, Bill St. Clair, and A.X. Perez

Imaginary Crimes
by L. Neil Smith
I have often compared American socio-politics today, with religio-politics during the Tudor era in England. King Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. In those days, all that it took to get your enemies out of power and pointed toward the head-chopping block was to catch them saying publicly or writing the politically incorrect thing about theology, quoting, for example, yesterday’s popular opinion about the use of a comma instead of a semicolon in the Book of Common Prayer.

War with the North
by J. Neil Schulman
The forests in Canada are owned by the government of Canada. The forests in the United States are in some kind of marketplace, no matter how compromised. Therefore, subsidized Canadian lumber can be sold cheaper than American lumber. This is especially true when it comes to very useful soft wood.

Time to Fight?
by Sean Gangol
Before I begin, I want to point out that I am usually not the type that will advocate violence or anything that will get a person thrown in jail. This is because I don’t want to be responsible for somebody getting hurt or going to prison. It’s not to say that I don’t have a certain respect for those who practice civil disobedience, such as Adam Kokesh, who defied Washington DC’s unconstitutional gun laws by carrying a loaded shotgun in public. To paraphrase Martin Luther King Jr. “People have the moral responsibility to disobey laws that are unjust or downright evil.” Though I will advise that anyone considering this tactic to be prepared to face the consequences. Adam Kokesh, who later had his home attacked by a SWAT team as if he were a member of ISIS, will attest to this notion.

Sometimes It Gets Lonely Being Antiwar
by James Glaser
At one time almost everyone I knew, young or old, was antiwar. It was over 30 years ago, no, hell, it was over 45 years ago, and everyone I knew was antiwar. All my friends, their parents, and even some of their grandparents. We stopped the war. That’s right, the people of the United States stopped the Vietnam War that had been going on for 10 years. Politicians could see that most of the people who voted for them wanted that war stopped and so they put the pressure on and it was ended.

A Few Words on the General Election
by Sean Gabb
Unless I fall under a bus before polling day, this will be the tenth General Election in which I have voted. It may be long-term electoral fatigue that leaves me so unexcited by and uninterested in the process. Or it may be that the process in itself is dreary beyond belief. Whatever the case, I do not feel inclined to discuss it. But I do feel obliged to say something.


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