Vol. V, No. 12 December 1999

Moral relativism is what you practice and spew as tho you were granted a license from a god you don't even believe in. Tell god you are wise and watch him laugh in your face hypocrite.

Practicing the art of free speech.

Scott Hartwell

Thank you for sharing that with the group. By a wild coincidence, when I received it I had already begun writing the following....

Morality and Truth

, by Jonathan Wallace

Thank God I'm an Atheist, by Lizard

Do You Believe in Magic?, by Ben G. Price

The Usual Suspects

Bob Wilson on Our Friend the Bomb: a reply to Wallace

Authoritarian Grammar and Fundamentalist Arithmetic part 4, by Ben G. Price

Laboring in the Political Vineyeards, by Peter Bearse

An Appeal on Israeli House Demolition, by the Israeli Peace Bloc

An Open Letter to Ambassador Barshefsky, by Glynn Ash

Richard Thieme's Islands in the Clickstream: Straight talk

John Spragge's Crossing the Medicine Line: Great Cities: Boston

Letters to The Ethical Spectacle

Jonathan Wallace's Hyperfiction

Censor in a box

Why Libraries Shouldn't Buy Censorware

The Censorware Page

Please also check out the website of The Censorware Project

Net Freedoms


by Jonathan Wallace and Mark Mangan

"Required reading for anyone interested in free speech in modern society."
New York Times Book Review

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