A Journal for Western Man :  Issue V

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Filosofy

Atheism: The Rational Alternative:
September 18, 2002:
This essay by Don Watkins III clarifies why fundamental logical principles clash with the assumption of a deity's existence and why rational proof is necessary for every justified belief.

But It's Fun!:
September 18, 2002:
Don Watkins III reveals that the dominant conception of fun as un-intellectual revelry is not a form of pleasure but rather one of degradation.

Capitalism is Moral:
September 18, 2002:
Read this enlightening essay by Don Watkins III to discover the true morality of Objectivism and its justification of a free economy wherein the entrepreneurial spirit of value trade thrives and profits.

God: Examining the Arguments:
September 18, 2002:
This treatise by Don Watkins III serves to refute the theists' claims in defense of a deity and defend the values outlined in "Atheism: The Rational Alternative".

Government-Controlled Medicine: The Destruction of the Physician-Patient Relationship:
September 18, 2002:
Read about the frightening evils of government coercion applied to medicine and the necessity of a productive, voluntary doctor-patient exchange from a man who knows medicine, Dr. Richard Parker.

An Essay on Pleasure and the Desired Attitude Toward It:
September 19, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II discusses the necessity of constructive, progressive enjoyment as opposed to spiteful, envious slacker revelry.

The Meaning of Heroism:
September 20, 2002:
Scott A. McConnell explores the identities of the men who should be considered the most prodigious and heroic and the radiant selfishness which capacitates them to commit their illustrious deeds.

Poetry

What Is Conservatism?:
September 17, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II describes a terrifying character possessed by an institutional underclass created by the evils of welfare statism.

Hero Born Again:
September 18, 2002:
This work by Don Watkins III envisions a heroic man, his love of life, his motivations, his goals, and the world he would attempt to bring about.

Bum:
September 20, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II describes a terrifying character possessed by an institutional underclass created by the evils of welfare statism.

Politics

The Morality of Cloning:
September 19, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II urges all rational men to take a stand in favor of scientific advancement through the support of developments such as cloning, genetic engineering, and stem cell research.

A National Health ID Card: Another Assault of the Physician-Patient Relationship:
September 19, 2002:
In this open letter to a U.S. Congressman and Senator, Dr. Richard Parker warns of the most recent Big Brother scheme to nationalize our nation's medical services and rob patients of privacy, the Kennedy-Kassebaum Bill.

Cost-Cutting at Patients' Expense: The Inherent Deprivation of Statist Health Care:
September 20, 2002:
Edmund Daleford presents a recent bid to alleviate debts of the Portuguese government's national health care system as an example of the horrific failure of all government intervention in medicine.

The Meaning of Welch's Cave-In:
September 20, 2002:
Dr. Edwin A. Locke explains why diligent businessmen must not give in to public pressure for their expropriation.