Various Articles

You'll find various articles here that caught my interest for one reason or another. There is no particular order here, so feel free to browse around. If you have any suggestions for something that might fit into this motley mix, drop me a line and I'll give your suggestion all due consideration.

Voting Procedures

This is an article I wrote up in the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential election. Voting in this country is very badly messed up, and it seems like the powers that be aren't really interested in doing anything about it, because the massive fraud that has been discovered primarily benefits them. Since I'm a nerd, this document mostly concerns methods to validate that ballots cast are properly documented, and counted. The idea is to make sure that we, as citizens can trust tallies made through elctronic counting devices. At the end there are some additional ideas that concern validation of the voters themselves.

White Culture poster

The National Museum for African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), and institution that is a majority tax-funded has produced a poster that purports to represent "Aspects and assumptions of Whiteness and White culture in the United States. One can only assume, given the tone that the NMAAHC believes that all of the highlighted characteristics are somehow bad or otherwise undesired. Below is a copy of the graphic they produced using our tax dollars. Also below this, I've transcribed the entire thing into text to make it somewhat easier for folks to copy/paste and comment upon. One might also think about the fact that they think an 'emphasis on the scientific method' is a something to be condemned. We live in a bizarro world.

Robert Muller: UnmaskedThis is a complete and utter take down of the former FBI head by Congressman Louie Gohmert. If you'd like to know why Muller shouldn't be investigating anyone, much less the President of the United States, you need to read this.

On Immigration Reform

This is a major policy address by Donald Trump on immigration made on 8/31/16

Winning the Global Competition

The Threat: Radical Islam And The Age Of Terror

The links to the left are two speeches recently given by Donald Trump. The first is a speech about his economic policy and philosophy. The second is a foreign policy speech focusing on Islamic Terrorism. Both are serious speeches loaded with footnotes for almost every assertion. Reasonable people may agree or disagree with him about the substance of his remarks, but the point of my posting them is to point out how horribly both speeches were covered by what we here in America should laughably call our "free press".

Rather than focus in any meaningful way on the substance of either of these two speeches, the press digs as hard as they can to find a single sentence or phrase which they can act shocked and bewildered by, so they can shout with rabid indignation about what a horrible fellow Donald Trump is. If it all weren't so deadly serious, it would be funny.

Pine64 Media Center

I built a media center for all of my music out of a Pine64 micro-computer. Details and pictures in the article


A rememberance.


This is some interesting stuff. I was looking through some old backups, and came across an archive I had of every single article published by the Dallas Morning News about Waco as the event was happening, from 3/6/93 through 10/11/93 The backup this came from was created in 1996, which goes to show that it pays to back up your files, because you may some day want something that was on your computer 19 years ago.

I cleaned up the HTML that the zip file contained and have reposted it as a study in propaganda and media manipulation. For example, I count the word "cult" being used 1241 in the 171 articles contained here. The logical and storyline issues by the feds is left to the reader to discern.

Delegated Powers

This is not what I'd normally post here as an 'article'. It's actually a copy of a concurring opinion written by Justice Thomas. The case it is concerning was "Department Of Transportation, et al., V. Association of American Railroads. Even though it is really a legal opinion, it is really an interesting read regarding how the supreme Court has made decisions regarding powers delegated by congress. It's worth reading, for the historical perspective if nothing else.

Just for completness' sake, I also have the Opinion of the Court and Alito's Concurring Opinion as well.

The Income Tax in 1913

This includes graphics of the income tax forms and rate table as published in 1913, with inflation-adjusted comparisons to today. This might depress you or piss you off.

The Demonic Squirrel

I'm not sure about the author, but this is the funniest thing I have ever read. Enjoy.

Patriotism by Robert Heinlein

A speech by Robert Heinlein delivered in 1973 to Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy. As always, RAH is brilliant.

Philosophy by Ayn Rand

A speech delivered to the graduating class at West Point in 1974. This is a great read.

Immigration and Usurpation

This is a really interesting perspective on the current debate surrounding the latest illegal immigraion amnesty that the folks in DC are trying to foist upon us. Bottom line: Pols (of both parties) want a more malleable electorate.

Bob Barr on the Patriot Act

This is congressional testimony by former congressman Bob Barr concerning the danger to our liberty of the "PATRIOT"

Aliens Cause Global Warming
Environmentalism is a Religion
by Michael Chriton

Dispite its humorous title, Aliens is a serious discussion of the state of modern day science. Similarly, his speech on environmentalism is an excellent read on what is behind modern environmentalism.

What to do about copyright terms?
by Marci Hamilton
An article that describes a course of action we might take to try to reign in the ever-expanding copyright term.
Democracy in the Dark
by Melissa Barr
An article concerning the facts and concerns of the general lack of availability of judicial opinions to the general public.
The Second Amendment and the Historiography of the Bill of Rights
by David T. Hardy
An article that attempts to present a history of the Bill of Rights. This article links to a ton of other articles that I've mirrored locally that I've not yet had the time to add to this index page.
Haggling Over the Price of Global Warming
by Martha de Mey
An article that presents part of the other side of the 'global warming' scares.
Letter from the Founding Fathers
by Don Feder
A letter from the Founding Fathers to the current generations of Americans.
EO on Federalism
President Clinton's Executive Order on Federalism
Election 2000
This is a page that has a bunch of links for articles I've put together concerning the 2000 election and some of the events that happened around that time. It includes some articles by Zeugma.
In Hoc Anno Domini
This editorial was written in 1949 by the late Vermont Royster and has been published annually in the Wall Street Journal on the last publication day before Christmas each year since.
If you would like to view DVDs on your computer, but you don't run microsoft's windows (pseudo)operating system, this code will help you to do so. This is posted as a matter of free speech. Screw RIAA and MPAA.
The Cryptonomicon
By Tim May
This is a really interesting (and long) article about cryptography, privacy, freedom and lots of other things. Excellent stuff.
St. Crispin's Day
W. Shakespeare
An excerpt from Henry V - Shakespeare. An interesting read.
Cowonomics: Using 2 Cows to Explain Economics
The title says it all. Funny and fairly true.
The War On Drugs: Roots of Corruption
By Zeugma
An article about the drug war and the corrupting influence it has on political and judicial institutions.
The Great Giveaway
By the FSF
This is an article about copyright and the terrible mess congress has made of it. It also includes comments by Zeugma.
Bush v. PBC Canvassing board (SCOTUS Oral Arguments) Oral arguments before the supreme Court regarding the Florida election results.
Bush's 4th of July Message This is President Bush's 4th of July message. I believe it was last year. I found it while reorganizing my site, and figured I'd repost this link.
What Makes America Great
By Zeugma
On, the question was asked, "What makes America a great nation?" The following was my response. Enjoy!
How Taxes Work
By Anon
A nifty little explanation of how taxes work in terms just about anyone but a diehard socialst can understand.
Freedom To Travel Civil libertarian John Gilmore challenges as unconstitutional a secret federal rule that requires domestic US travelers to identify themselves.
A Letter to Microsoft
by Dr. Edgar David Villanueva Nunez

This is a letter sent by a Peruvian legislator to Microsoft in response to a letter Microsoft had sent him attacking a law he'd proposed requiring that the Peruvian government only use Open Source software.

This letter is the best response I've ever seen of why governments should use open source rather than proprietary software. It is a bit on the longish side, but he really lays out the reasoning for it and does an excellent job of combatting Microsoft FUD on the issue. The proposed law in question only concerns software that governmental agencies should use, and does not impact or legislate on what private companies or individuals should use.

New Censors
AP News
This is an interesting article about how police in one city are practicing a new form of censorship.
The Six-Lesson Schoolteacher
by John Taylor Gatto
This is an article about the current state of our educational system. It was written in 1991, but is every bit as apt today in my not so humble opinion.
Sermon for Barbara Olsen
by Father Franklyn McAfee

Father McAfee delivered this sermon at a memorial service Saturday for Barbara Olson, who was a passenger on United Flight 77 when hijackers flew it into the Pentagon on 9/11/2001.

Bush Speech

This is the text of President Bush's Speech before a joint session of congress on 9/20/2001.

Let's Roll! This article is about the struggle aboard hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylavania. Some medals need to be minted for their heroic actions.
The Illusion of Safety
by Zeugma
Are we giving up our freedom for the illusion of safety? I'm afraid that's how it will be.
Dane Geld
by Rudyard Kipling

Check out this poem. I like it, and hope you do too.

Assasination Politics
by Jim Bell

In honor of Jim Bell's sentancing, (see for more information) I'm reposting his essay. It's an interesting thought experiment and is a useful guide showing how far your free speech rights will go before Fedgov will find a reason to lower the boom on you.

Do Not Mourn The Loss Of Freedom:
We Have the Government We Deserve

by Steve Silver

Sunday, Augugust 19, 2001

The title says it all.

The Second Amendment in the Light of American Republicanism
by Joseph R. Stromberg
Thursday, August 09, 2001

A rather well-written article on the history of the Second Amendment.

The History of the 16th Amendment
by W. Cleon Skousen
Wednesday, August 08, 2001

This is an article that gives a pretty good explanation of how and why the income tax came about. I don't agree with all of the conclusions, but find some of the information here to be interesting nonetheless.

The Politics of Predators vs. Prey
by Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw
Sunday, April 01, 2001

This is an article who's title is pretty appropriate. I think you will find it to be rather enlightening.

The Fortress: An analogical short story
Archibald MacLeish
Wednesday, January 24, 2001

The article to the left is a great article written by an aspiring young journalist. It's a good read. Recommended.

The Electoral College For Europeans
by Michael Gilson De Lemos
Wed Nov 15, 2000

I've been re-energized the past week or so from a political point of view. As long as I can maintain this level of energy and interest, you'll probably be seeing a lot more new stuff here for a while.I found a great bit of commentary on the Electoral College and figured I'd pass it along to read. Turn off the television and other distractions before reading this.

The Window War
by Mike Vanderboegh
Wed Nov 15, 2000

This is an article I found at FreeRepublic. It's a good read of alternatives to violence.

We May Return
Kevin B. Shearer

Tue Nov 14 2000

This was posted on FreeRepublic in response to a posting I made on the site of Nightmare With Angels. It gave me chills.

Why You Pay So Much For Gasoline

September 29, 2000

There has been quite a bit of talk in the media about the price of oil since the since Clinton decided to heed the Gore's election year ploy in releaseing oil from the national pertoleum reserve. I found this today and figured readers here might be interested in it. The numbers are from OPEC, but a cursory analysis of those given seems to square with reality. There are actually two articles here, the second is called from the first, and there are several links to graphics that will open up in a separate window as they are a bit large. Enjoy!

We Deserve What We Get
by John R. (Bob) Locke

This is an excellent article stolen from Free Republic. It is written by a participant on the website. I highly recommend it.

by John Milton

Many thanks to Karen (you know who you are!) for pointing this work out. It is an excellent essay on censorship written by John Milton of Paradise Lost fame in 1644. I heartily recommend it to all who are concerned about moves in our present society to implement new forms of censorship. It is a good reference to the fact that there is nothing new under the sun.
This article was brazenly fromRenascence Editions.

Rant On The Media
by Anonymous

I recieved this as an email message from a friend. The origional source is anonymous at the moment, but that may change if the author desires to be known. It's a pretty good bit of commentary on the media in America and other things.

Politics In America
by Robert L. Kocher

Commentary on Same
by ME (zeugma)

A few days ago, I saw an article on Freerepublic titled "e;Politics In America: The Matrix that I thought was extremely interesting. It moved me to pen a bit of commentary that I include Here. If you have any comments on my comments, feel free to either drop me a line at, and I'll link them in to the link above either with or without attribution.

Nightmare With Angels
by Stephen Vincent Benet

I'm not entirely sure what Mr. Benet meant by this fine poem, but it appeals to me. It also has two of my more favourite lines in a poem. Can you spot them?

Hymn of Breaking Strain
by Rudyard Kipling

How far can we go before the strain breaks us? Mr. Kipling offers some thoughts on stress and tolerance for same.

Dictatorship through Deception
by Michael Rivero

This is an interesting article posted on the FreeRepublic website by Michael Rivero whose website can be found at It covers some aspects of how liberty is lost in a republic.
Test your Education Can you pass this test? It was expected of eighth grade students in Kansas around the turn of this century. What has 100 ears of public education achieved?
Why Guns?
by L. Neil Smith
An article explaining why Mr. Smith writes about guns so much. Pretty good read IMO.
The Last Liberty Tree

The last remaining Liberty Trees was felled this weekend as it had pretty much succumed to the ravages of age. Please read this article and reflect upon the metaphor that it raises.

A Problem With Guns?
by Robert L. Kocher

This article is, without a doubt, the best article I've seen about Victim Disarmament (known in the media as "Gun Control") in a while. It lays out the motivations for this agenda with striking clarity and lucidity. It is highly recommended. It's kind of long though. You might want to print it out and read it at your leisure. An additional side benefit of reading it in this manner is that after you are done, you can hand it to someone not web-enabled and open their eyes.

This article was brazenly stolen from I encourage you to visit this fine site for other fine material.

How To Break The Law by Duncan Frissell Steps to take if you decide, for whatever reason, to break the law or participate in any form of civil disobedience. Pretty detailed, and fairly extreme.
On the Right to Rebel Against Governors by Samuel West A rather moving an inspirational sermon given on election day in 1776.
The True Story of the InterNet
By Arnold
This is a rather weird tale set some distance in the future. Parts of it might be offensive to some, but I include it as it was posted anonymously to the cypherpunks mailing list some time ago and I thought it was strange, but entertaining. I would imagine it is funnier to those who have spent some time subscribed to Cypherpunks.
An Open Letter to the Republican Majority: Why the Right Mistrusts You
by Tom DeWeese
In the wake of the republican party's humiliation this election day, this is an apropos post.
Rules for changing a limited republican government
By Philip Freneau
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
How far-sighted were the founders of this country? Read this and find out.
The 50th Anniversary of Kristallnacht
by Rabbi R. Mermelstein
This is a letter sent by Rabbi R. Mermelstein to members of the Jews for Preservation of Firearms Ownership. The JPFO is an excellent organization. It is one of the few that I would always encourage people to support in any way they can.
Shame and Fate
Author unknown (to me)
This is a really excellent article I found on the Free Republic website. I'm not sure how to summarize it, other than to say it's definintely worth your time.
Slip Sliding Away
Author unknown (to me)
Another article from the Free Republic website. This one is likewise an excellent read. If I could write like this fellow, I'd have no need to look elsewhere for articles to place here.
Heart Break
Author unknown (to me)
Another article from the Free Republic website. It concerns the consequences of political and moral ignorance.
A Stolen Election
By Paul A. Gigot
On the Clinton's Campaign finance scandal. Published October 17, 1997. Anatomy of how to buy an election.
School for Scandal An article on the nature of the Clinton administration published in Marth of 1994. It rings especially true today.
Contemptible Behavior
by Byron York
Why the Democrat's Fundraising scandal is important.
- The New Improved NAZI Party!

by Bob Worn
If you've always thought of FEMA as just the nice folx who come to your aid after natural disasters strike, think again. This article presents some good food for thought.
The Parable of the Sheep
by Charles Riggs
Quite a little parable here about sheep who don't want to be food.
by Zeugma (me)
Lots of politicians have been claiming credit for a U.S. governmnet budget surplus, but you don't hear them talking about the debt do you? Also, I can prove this surplus is a lie according to the government's own figures from the OPD (Office of Public Debt).
Federalize Everything! By me! Actually it is commentary on an included article stolen from the WSJ. It's Zeugma ranting! I had a good time writing this. Hope you enjoy it.

Clinton's FBI Files List
Stolen from FreeRepublic
The above is a list of most of the people the Clinton administration illegally collected FBI files on. This was stolen directly from the FreeRepublic Web Site.

A Visitor From the Past
by Thelen Paulk

Posted in honor of my ancestors who fought in the American Revolution. As a son of the American Revolution, I weep for the police state our nation has become. This article should be read aloud for best effect.

As a companion piece, I offer Litany For Dictatorships By Stephen Vincent Benet. It, too should be read aloud.

Live Free or Die: How Many More Carl Dregas?,
By Vin Suprynowicz
This is an article about a guy who met his breaking point when pulled over by some local Kops who supposedly stopped him for having "Holes in the bed of his pickup truck".

It was stolen (with permission) from The Libertarian Enterprise.

Litany For Dictatorships
by Stephen Vincent Benet
I was looking for this recently and couldn't believe it wasn't already on my site! I really like this work by Mr. Benet. The first time I read it it brought tears to my eyes because it hit so close to home today in AmeriKa though it was written years ago.
You Will Pay For This Someday
by Claire Wolfe
An article on Lon Horiuchi getting away with murder.
Feral Government
By Me (Zeugma)
I wrote this article a couple of days before the OKC bombing. Afterwards, I was a bit worried about Feral Agents of the government knocking on my door.
Four articles concerning Waco. Mass Murder Victims at Waco
Pets Killed at Waco by BATF
HAMS Murdered by BATF
One More Murdered at Waco
An Appraisal of Technologies of Political Control
Mr. Steve Wright - Omega Foundation - Manchester
This document was published by the European Parliament. However, you should not think that it is only applicable to Europe. The techniques set forth in this document are also used extensively by the U.S. Government. This is a must read folks.
The Dangerous Expansion of Forfeiture Laws
By James Bovard
This is an article on how Asset Forfeiture now works in thes country. Read it and weep for the Republic.
By Claire Wolfe
Ever heard the quote, "America is at that awkward stage; it's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards."? Well this article is a follow-up article by the same woman.
Disarming the rats
By Vin Suprynowicz
An alternative view on the recent schoolyard shooting in Arkansas.
"Gun Control" Kills Again
The Title Speaks For Itself
The Rules of Civility
By George Washington
If everyone followed these rules of civility, the world would be a much more pleasant place.
The Battle of Athens
by JPFO (Jews for the Protection of Firarms Ownership
On 2 August 1946, some Americans, brutalized by their county government, used armed force to over-turn it. These Americans wanted honest, open elections. For years they had asked for state or Federal election monitors to prevent vote fraud -- forged ballots, secret ballot counts, and intimidation by armed sheriff's deputies -- by the local political boss. They got no help.

These Americans' absolute refusal to knuckle-under had been hardened by service in World War II. Having fought to free other countries from murderous regimes, they rejected vicious abuse by their county government.

Electric Utilities and Year 2000 - Impact on Fossil Generation
by Rick Cowles
Suppose that, all Y2K things being equal, an electric company's fossil generation facilities were Y2K prepared and ready to continue generating power after the turn of the century. The distribution grid remained online. The lights stayed on. A week passes, then two. Then, just when you thought you were out of the scary Y2K woods, during the third week of January, 2000, the power goes off. And stays off. How in the heck could this happen? I think you'll understand as you read a little further down the page.
How Our Privileged Class Has Become An Occupying Army
by Benjamin T. Moore
Those who do not learn from history will be condemned to repeat it.
Marshalls Occupy Sweeney Reseidence
by Atty. Linda Thompson
U.S. Marshalls Occupy the Sweeney residence. John Sweeney may be dead. Communication with Mr. Sweeney is not being allowed.
Sweeney Seige Peaks
by Atty. Linda Thompson
The Court of appeals denied the Sweeney's appeal.
1 of 3 - Boston Phoenix Yellow Rag Whoring
by Atty Linda Thompson
2 of 3 - Estate's rights
by Ellen Barry
Amerika, the Fourth Reich
by Thomas Colton Ruthford
This is a 3 part post. The first link is a reply by Atty Linda Thompson to an article published in the Boston Phoenix regarding the Sweeney family in Hamilton, Massachusetts. The second link is the article being responded to. The third links is a bit of a history lesson.
Amerika, the Fourth Reich
by Thomas Colton Ruthford
"During the past several months in the American press, the Democrats have frequently denounced the Republicans as Nazis due to their attempts to control runaway federal spending. How very ironic. I remember the Nazis. Let me share a little about them and recall some of their exploits."
United Nations: Then and Now
by William F. Jasper
"The site chosen for the debut of the UN's version of "peacekeeping" was Katanga, a province in what was then known as the Belgian Congo. The center of world attention 30 years ago, the name Katanga draws a complete blank from most people today."
The FCC's Secret Tax Increase
by Joseph Farah
Check out your phone bill this month. You'll likely find the federal taxes on it have gone up a bit. To get the whole story, read this article. Congress didn't impose this tax. Why must you pay it?
Battle Lines in the Drug War
by William Norman Grigg
"Near the climax of Triangle of Death, a novel written by former federal undercover agent Michael Levine, a confrontation takes place in Argentina between a "deep cover" agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and an officer of the CIA. The DEA agent had penetrated the heart of a globe-spanning narcotics network which was producing an enhanced variety of cocaine known as La Reina Blanca - only to learn that key elements of the drug network were actively cooperating with the CIA."
Call to Arms against F[reeh,uck]
by Attila T. Hun
I initially hesitated to put this on my page, as I don't particularly agree with the writer's opinions as they regard Isreal, the PLO and Hamas. However, he has an important point to make about the fact that Lying Scum Freeh will use the fact that those organizations the U.S. (Feral) Government considers to be "terrorists" can obtain and use high-quality encryption as a screen behind which to hide when he proposes to take away our freedom by restricting the availablility of unbreakable cryptography.
Crypto-Anarchy and Virtual Communities
by Tim May
"The past two decades have produced a revolution in cryptography (crypto, for short) the science of the making of ciphers and codes. Beyond just simple ciphers, useful mainly for keeping communications secret, modern crypto includes diverse tools for authentication of messages, for digital time stamping of documents, for hiding messages in other documents (steganography), and even for schemes for digital cash."
Untraceable Digital Cash, Information Markets, and BlackNet
by Tim May
"In [this paper] ... I realized it would be best to concentrate on a specific example rather than speak in generalities or try to educate folks about what digital cash is, how it works, how regulators and law enforcement types will try to control it, etc. I use an experimental--and controversial--experiment I released on the Net several years ago, BlackNet, as this example."
Rhyme Of The Waco Apologist
Author unknown
"The Waco autopsies are giving them fits. Even though they cordoned off Mt. Carmel, burned the place to the ground, destroyed key evidence, and excavated the ruins, the autopsies remain to point a cruel finger of truth at the murderers."
A Return to Accountability
The Guardian
Speaks to a concern many of us have that the U.S. government has become extremely unaccountable in its actions in recent years.
Why We Own Guns
By Charlton Heston
This is a speech made before the National Press Club by Mr. Heston. Not much on history, but well stated for the most part.
Fourteen Signposts to Slavery
by Dr. Warren Carroll and Mike Djordjevich
Keep your eyes and ears open for these signs of the times.
Thirteen Techniques for Truth Suppression
by DC Dave
Read this article and next time you see something in the national media that doesn't feel quite right, see which of these are being applied.
Militarization of Government
by Joseph Farah
An article about how the number of armed federal is increasing dramatically under President Clinton
USC 10 USC Sec. 311 Are you a member of the Militia? Read this excerpt of the U.S. Code and find out!
It Is Time
by Linda Thompson
Lack of understanding of the constitution is killing us all. Mrs. Thomspson has an excellent article here on this problem. Also available as a text file.
The Embarrassing Second Amendment
by Sanford Levinson
An excellent article on the second amendment. It goes a long way to expose the idiocy of opponents of same.
Conspiracy or Paranoia?
by Roxanne Johnson
An excellent and thought provoking article on conspiracy theories.
The Black Helicopter FAQ
by Linda Thompson
This is an excellent writeup on what have come to be called "Black Helicopters". Personally, I prefer the term, "unmarked helicopter".
Black Helicopter FAQ 2
by Linda Thompson
Another Black Helicopter Faq
Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto
by Karl Marx
I include this as I wish for the reader to understand exactly how far our government has gone down the road towards a truely evil form ov government. Read it and cosider which, if any are not official policy of the U.S. Government.
Jay Printz, Sheriff/Coroner, Ravelli County, Montana, Petitioner 95-1478 v. United States
Richard Mack, Petitioner 95-503
The pages herein are the Opinion, First and Second concurring opinions, and the First, Second, and Third Dissents. This decision revolves around the 10th amendment and the Brady Law. Don't let the media tell you what the opinion said. Read it for yourself.
William Jefferson Clinton, Petitioner v. Paula Corbin Jones The pages herein are the Opinion, and Concurring Opinion as ruled by the Supreme Court against President Clinton.
Too Much Information
by Alan Pugh
Too Much Information is an article I wrote shortly after I found out about a web site that was recently set up to allow folx to search for people's name, address, birthdate and other personal information on the web using records provided by the Texas Department of Transportation. Read it and weep for your lost privacy.
The Philospohy of Firearms
by Mark A. Laughlin
Added 4.9.97 This is an excellent e-book was designed to explore in depth a Philosophy of Firearms, hence the name. Mr. Laughlin's work is an excellent treatise on the subject and is required reading for those interested in the who, what and why of firearms ownership.
Supreme Court Arguments regarding the CDA The CDA is the "Communications Decency Act"
From Crossbows to Cryptography
by Chuck Hammill
A good primer on why cryptography is important to you (whether you know it or not), and why the government dislikes it.
Why Cryptography is Harder Than it Looks.
by Bruce Schneier
Mr. Schneier is the author of Applied Cryptography. This book is =the= definitive textbook on cryptography. If you are interested in the science (art?), you are advised by just about everyone in the field to first read his book. The text linked to here is an email message he posted to the cypherpunks mailing list.
The LP's 1st Priority
by L. Neil Smith
Until the big business' discovery of the internet, the net was populated overwhelmingly by Libertarians. They are still better represented in cyberspace than elsewhere. Perhaps the net is just better educated than america in general.
NO TREASON: The Constitution of No Authority
by Lysander Spooner
This is one of the first e-texts I ever downloaded. i was initially drawn to it by the author and title. I've kept it around because I like it, even if I don't agree with it completely. It was written in 1869.
A Nation of Cowards
by Jeffrey R. Snyder
A great text relating to the 2nd Amendment. Also an oldie but goodie for me.
Educte Yourself
by Alan M. Pugh (me)
I wrote this recently as I've seen far too much in the press about how the Internet is of no use to people unless they are A) perverts b) terrorists or c) worse. I see this medium as an extremely powerful tool to reclaim our liberties. Perhaps that's why the government hates it so.

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