Thomas Paine: Essay on Dream
"...When men, from custom or fashion or any worldly motive, profess or pretend to believe what they do not believe, nor can give any reason for believing, they unship the helm of their morality, and being no longer honest to their own minds they feel no moral difficulty in being unjust to others... Morality has no hold on their minds, no restraint on their actions."
Liberty & War
Mar 25/04 - Joe Sobran: Bush League Fantasies
Apr 8/04 - Richard Cohen: Bravo, Ruthie
Hero. Tyco juror, 79-year-old Ruth B. Jordan, in the face of media intimidation:
"...Even people who have so much they don't know how to spend it, and still want more. Even they deserve justice when it comes to whether or not they committed a crime..."
This lady deserves nothing but respect on two counts: elderly and wise.
May 22/03 - Euro note to be radio tagged?
"...ability of recording information such as details of the transactions the paper note has been involved in..."
Canadian Nanny State Bans Baby Walkers
Jim Lobe: From Nation-Building to Religion-Building
Falluja Mosque Bombed: Continuing Slaughter, Kidnappings, US Rhetoric
"Mass punishment": U.S. forces recapture Kut, but Fallujah ceasefire fails
Reporters ordered to erase tapes while covering Scalia speech
Falluja fighting "kills 450 Iraqis"
CBC News Report From Ar-ramadi
Scores dead as Falluja resists US onslaught
Lew Rockwell: A Superpower Defeated
Justin Raimondo: The Ugly Truth
NATO Demonstrates Social Democratic "Morality": Blasts Church and Terrorizes Priest
NATO explains why it wasn't a terrorist act: Thousands protest botched NATO operation to catch Karadzic
Of course, since NATO supposedly represents goodness and democracy, this can't be terrorism, right? We have to get used to the idea that our Western governments have the right to attack churches? No, tell you what, I don't want to get used to that idea. I never heard of such a thing.
It sounds like something the Nazis or the Communists would have done. On second thought, I just remembered - Clinton set a precedent for this at Waco. I guess they want to try it a few times to see if people learn to accept it. How else can they carry out their war "on terrorism" unless the people agree it's "OK" with them to blow open a few churches?
NATO should disband and stop practising global dictatorship. Also, Canada should withdraw from NATO. Troops of a free nation should not be occupying other nations.
NATO grows: America spreads its weapons across Eastern Europe: World is safe - from ...?
Justin Raimondo: Lessons of Fallujah
Fred Reed: Nowhere To Hide
John R. Lott, Jr.: Banning Swords and Laser Pointers (Australia)
Paul Craig Roberts: Terror War's Legal Cost
Ted Galen Carpenter: American Conservatives Misread the Spanish Election
Ilana Mercer: The Spanish Prisoners Freed
Justin Raimondo: The Main Danger to Peace
Gary North: Politics As Voter Self-Esteem
John Pilger: The Unmentionable Source of Terrorism
Is everyone who fails to follow Bush guilty of "appeasement"?
GPS Monitored Anklets Could Help Track Ex-Cons
Rumsfeld "wanted to attack Iraq" on September 11
Former Counterterrorism Chief Richard Clarke: Al Qaeda was not on White House Agenda Before 9/11
Bush accused of ignoring al Qaeda until after 9/11
Harry Goslin: Beware Idiots, Madmen, and Lunatics
Justin Raimondo: Is Anybody in Charge?
Butler Shaffer: Martha the Scapegoat
Joseph Stromberg: Murray Rothbard's Treatise
Fred Reed: America is not a free country
The Antiwar Movement Is Not Progressive -- And That's a Good Thing
Zapatero rejects Kerry call on Iraq troops, pledges to fight terrorists - not Iraq
Zapatero wants "government that does not intervene in the economy"
By the way, Zapatero has the label "Socialist". Many get caught up in language and party labels. In practice, Bush, Clinton and Kerry are all big government socialists of one kind or another. Bush talks the "conservative" talk but talk does not make him "conservative". Bush talks "freedom" while he pursues the path of former presidents in foreign and domestic intervention.
Spanish voters did not want any part of the Iraq war, and that is part of the reason they punished their former leader. Americans fought a War of Independence, so they ought to understand why other nations want independence from the US. Other peoples don't feel proud when their leaders are bullied and deceived by the US government.
Most people in the world respect American ideals and much of American culture. The US government has had to work very hard to create "Anti-Americanism". Many Americans have been brainwashed, so they don't understand the nature of their government and how it contradicts their own ideals.
Ron Paul: Praise the Troops, Not the War
Justin Raimondo: The Déjà Vu War - Kosovo and Iraq
Ottawa Professor: Kosovo "Freedom Fighters" Financed by Organised Crime
Brian Wilson the Musician
Brian Wilson the Libertarian Talk Radio Host
Ron Paul Speaks - On Waco Etc.
Mel Gibson Hits Out at War in Iraq
Charley Reese: Don't Enlist In Culture War
Ron Paul: The Folly of Fed Interest Rates
Jim Lobe: For U.S. Hawks, Madrid 2004 = Munich 1938
Tibor R. Machan: Martha Stewart's "Crime"
Lew Rockwell: Spain's Sophisticated Voters
Justin Raimondo: The Meaning of Madrid
Necons Are So Full of It: US turns on Spanish 'Appeasement'
Freed Guantanamo Prisoner: Terror of Torture in Cuba Camp
Eric Margolis: Bush's War is a Financial Disaster
Jim Lobe: Bush Loses Spanish Election
Conrad Black: A Crusading Neocon among English Tories
Roderick Long: Roads to Fascism - 60 Years Later
Canada Not a Police State? MP Apologizes for Reaction to Single Mom's Spitting Threat
Poll: Bush Lied, Canada Right to Stay Out of Iraq War
Justin Raimondo: Iraq - One Year Later
Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England
Gary Mauser: The Right to Defend Yourself
The Historical English Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Natural Law and Rights: Coke and Blackstone
The Soviet Gulag
Habeas Corpus in Canada
Ron Paul: Indecent Attack on the First Amendment
Lew Rockwell: Take Not Insults From Campaigns
Thomas Woods: Ukraine Terror Famine
Canadian Troops Head to Haiti
Inappropriate Criminalization: Woman denies charges in C-section case
- This lady is possibly mentally ill as someone mentioned, and she made an irrational choice.
- She made a medical choice. People have to be free to make good and bad choices about their care. There are even people without the same facilities.
- She didn't actively try to kill her baby but many others do try to terminate their unborn babies, and they are not charged with a crime.
- She's a mother anyway, so give her a lecture and leave her alone.
 Adolescence Magazine, Fall, 1998, findarticles.com