“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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The Libertarian Enterprise
—An International Journal of Opinion —
Issue 964, March 11, 2018

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The Tree-Bucket Plan
(The Feature Article)

No phones until age 21
No phones until age 21

Words have meaning,
words have consequences


Letters to the Editor
from Sean Gabb, Adam Kokesh, Jeff Fullerton, Ted Ball, and A.X. Perez

The Tree-Bucket Plan
by L. Neil Smith
A working paper made public last week by the obscure Dean J. Swift Foundation, reveals a plan to put America back on a saner footing, after more than a year of rioting, violently preventing conservatives and libertarians from speaking publicly, and general irrationality on the part of leftists unable to cope with the reality of Donald Trump’s election to the Presidency of the United States.

The Role of International Affairs in Reducing Racial Inequality in the USA in the Years 1877-1981
by Sean Gabb
The Modern state system came in to existence with the treaty of Westphalia in 1648. This made an absolute distinction between the internal and the external affairs of a country. An independent country was expected to pursue its interests in the world, as it saw them and as it could, and other countries were expected to take account of that alone and nothing more.

Buying a Sword
by Sarah Hoyt
I’ve often been accused of being incredibly optimistic.  And yes, it’s an accusation.  I find this very funny (in a dark way) since, as a chronic depressive I fight depression and despondence ALL the time. But maybe it is because of that that I’ve grown used to giving myself reality checks.  If I trust my own internal clock, then I assume everything is going to rack and ruin and become too despondent to move or work, or really do anything.  Sometime in my mid-thirties, I learned to look at facts and test reality against facts.  Just like in my mid-forties I learned to check incipient paranoia born of having social anxiety and being forced into a public role by my profession.  (It runs like this, “No, Sarah, not everyone in that room hates you.  Most of them don’t know you yet.”)

Isaiah’s Job
A story by Jim Davidson
We all tuned our radios to AM 850 and heard the voice of our destinies.  There was static for everyone and it got worse the farther away you were from Pittsburgh.  I guess some people weren’t able to get the signal, but word got out to them in other ways.  As one of the eldest, I’ve been asked to write down what I heard that night.

Norseman’s Diaries: Picking up the peices
by Jeff FullertonThis winter has been quite a ride. It has been everything from snowstorms to painful losses to another financial shock. I would actually have a colorful story to write about in detail were it not for the malaise I’ve been in on top of a busy schedule. it would have made an awesome diary format; had I felt like chronicling it—two nights this week driving home through blizzard conditions that were punctuated by a couple days of mild weather and the lunar eclipse that was spoiled by cloud cover leading up to the Groundhog Day circus of regional fame.




Our Mr. Smith has a new novel out, Blade of p’Na You can get it right now Amazon.com:
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Nominated for the Prometheus Award of the Libertarian Futurist Society
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Roswell, Texas
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