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The Polite Slave

by Russell Madden

[Imagine: the Antebellum era. Someplace in the Deep South. Mississippi. Alabama. Georgia. A slave owner calls his favorite property into the house to discuss an important political and philosophical issue...] *  *  *

"Come in, Jacob," the stately gentlemen says. He smiles as his property nods and enters the parlor.

Jacob removes his straw hat.

Court strikes down law intended to keep kids from online porn

Posted on Thu, Mar. 06, 2003

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - For the second time, a federal appeals court has ruled that a law meant to keep Internet pornography away from children is unconstitutional.

The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Thursday the Child Online Protection Act, which barred Web page operators from posting information inappropriate for minors unless they limited the site to adults, restricted free speech.

Man Arrested for Wearing Peace T-Shirt


Associated Press Writer

March 5, 2003, 6:15 AM EST

ALBANY, N.Y. -- A man was charged with trespassing in a mall after he refused to take off a T-shirt that said "Peace on Earth" and "Give peace a chance."

Mall security approached Stephen Downs, 61, and his 31-year-old son, Roger, on Monday night after they were spotted wearing the T-shirts at Crossgates Mall in a suburb of Albany, the men said.

The two said they were asked to remove the shirts made at a store there, or leave the mall. They refused.


So a Federal Grand Jury has sprung up in New Jersey and anti-Constitutional zealots are jumping for joy. Hoping to crack down on activists practicing their right to dissent over issues of animal cruelty the FBI has convened a grand jury, one of their favorite tools in their war on freedom.

Schulz's Letter to the IRS: No Answers = No Taxes

Mr. Robert L. Schulz

2458 Ridge Road
Queensbury, New York 12804

June 17, 2002

Mr. Charles O. Rossotti, Commissioner
Internal Revenue Service
1111 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20224

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Andover, Massachusetts 05501

Dear Sirs,

Without protest, Americans are giving up freedom


IN NAZI Germany at this time of year, people freely shopped in large department stores for gifts for family and friends. The streets were full of traffic. It was "business as usual" for most of the citizens. While in the colonial states conquered by the Nazis, and in the concentrations camps for Jews, gays and communists, life was a living nightmare of dehumanization and human-rights violations.