Vol. X, No. 12, December 2004

The Election

by Jonathan Wallace

The Democrat's carefully created and self-defeating message: "We are the party of non-Republicans".

Mel Hurtig, Canada's best known nationalist, and Lester B. Pearson Man of the Year Peace Award laureate has just completed his fifth best selling expose. Entitled RUSHING TO ARMAGEDDON, the book has been called "A powerful and devastating critique of the planned US missile defense system... shocking and factual." In Rushing To Armageddon, Hurtig points his readers to The Ethical Spectacle, and quotes liberally from Spectacle writer Dom Stasi's essay, The Sword Of Damocles which first appeared here in April of this year.

The Snivel War
by Bob Wilson

It was never the liberals' election to lose.

Machine Dreams No. 3: Sex and the Science of Disrespect
by Mark Antony Rossi

What happens when truth is fear?

A Fiscal Conservative's Interview with President Bush
by Alex Dashevsky

Please explain the budget deficit to the American People without using the words 9-11, Corporate Scandals, Iraq, or recession.

Balkanize the USA
by Thom Riddle

The Blues and Reds could each have their own country.

A Confederacy of Dunces
by Dom Stasi

So far we’ve spent $200,000,000.00 in Iraq, and done nothing but alienate the world and kill about 35,000 innocent people, mostly women and children.

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