Vol. X, No. 3, March 2004

The Disturbed Democrats

by Jonathan Wallace

"You have to vote for me, or you'll wind up with someone much worse, as you did due to your ill-considered Nader vote in 2000."

Dead Man Eating
by Sean Carter

A death row inmate is challenging lethal injection on the grounds it might give him an infection.

John Spragge's Medicine Line: Borders and Freedom

Imagine a world dominated by the United States, refusing on principle to accept any restraints on its actions.

Does One Ever Forget His Brothers In Arms?
by Dom Stasi

I remember all the guys who flew with me. How come no-one remembers George?

How the UN Helped Saddam Buy Allies
by Evan Maloney

Did Iraqi oil money pay for Russia's opposition to the U.S.?

The Assault Weapons Ban
by Janine Peterson

Let it die.

State of Disobedience: A Book Review
by Matt Gaylor

If your literary expectations are not too high, you will enjoy this Saturday afternoon matinee read.

Paternalism and the New GOP
by H. Scott Prosterman

Republicans love character assassination.

Letters To The Ethical Spectacle

Teach a child that sex before marriage is wrong and maybe their will not be so many innocent bastards to support on welfare.


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