Vol. IV, No. 7 July 1998

A Debate between Jonathan Wallace and John H. Trentes

John is a lawyer and life member of NRA who ran for the board of directors recently. We debated each other on Matt Gaylor's Freematt's Alerts Libertarian mailing list.

Meta-Messages: Wallace; Trentes

Legalities: Wallace; Trentes; Wallace rebuts.

Practicalities: Trentes; Wallace; Trentes rebuts.

Ethics: Wallace; Trentes.

Closing Statements: Wallace; Trentes.

Replies to Jonathan Wallace's Free Speech and Guns by:

Matt Gaylor

Walter Lee

Jim Ray

Anthony Kohler

The Usual Suspects

Defending Judges Against Liza Minnelli: The WebSENSE Censorware At Work, by The Censorware Project

Auren Hoffman: Your Brain on Drugs

Texas Decides Not to Kill Henry Lee Lucas, by Jonathan Wallace

Aussie Meyer on Juneteenth: Real History

Snipe's Portfolio: The Boyz 2

Daryl Lease Wants to Be a Bellhop in the Capitol

Mulder and McLuhan: Why the X-Files Doesn't Work on the Big Screen, by Jonathan Wallace

Wayne Grytting's American Newspeak

Josh Pollack on The Meaning of Genocide: A Reply to Wallace on Israel

Richard Thieme's Islands in the Clickstream: Voyagers

Martin Siegel on Bill and Vernon

Bob Wilson: Government as a parasite

Letters to the Ethical Spectacle

The Censorware Project

Blacklisted by CyberPatrol: From Ada to Yoyo; CyberPatrol and Deja News; Why Libraries Shouldn't Buy Censorware; The Censorware Page

Net Freedoms


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