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October 18, 2002:
Michael Miller demonstrates
that the word "man" is gender-inclusive, and that any politically
correct censorship of English terms, gender-based or generic, is a
violation of man's right to free speech.
Wal-Mart, Immigrants, and Thomas Jefferson:
October 24, 2002:
Unfettered flow of immigration
is key to both assuring economic prosperity and the universal human
rights upon which this country is founded, states Eric Miller.
Some Fundamental Insights into the Benevolent
Nature of Capitalism:
October 31, 2002:
Dr. George Reisman, in
thirteen lucid arguments, states why a free market system is optimal
for all and results in the most prominent gains for every party
On Root Causes and Relativism:
David Limbaugh explains that
the relativists' vehement denial of morality neglects the fact that
evil has no deterministic causes and that America must cling to
objective standards of judgment if it is to overcome the terrorists
and their ideological allies.
On Fundamentalism and the Need for Separation of
Church and State:
November 27, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II condemns the
Sharia-based repression of a Nigerian reporter's free speech and
produces a scathing critique of all retrogrades seeking to combine
religious dogma with the force of government.
Pledge to Do What?:
Tracing the origins of the
Pledge of Allegiance to both socialism and religious imposition, Harry
Roolaart questions whether Californian students should be forced to
recite it in public schools.
Men as Dhimmi:
October 25, 2002:
Bruce Walker describes the
oppression and prejudice encountered by historical Jewish and
Christian minorities at the hands of medieval orthodox Muslims and
compares it with the degradation systematically inflicted by Womenism
upon American males today.
Light Replacing Darkness: A Story of Spanish
Colonization in the Americas:
October 27, 2002:
G. Stolyarov II applauds
Spanish efforts in the New World for having brought technological
progress, moral improvement, and liberty to Europeans and Native
An Analysis of the Factors Affecting Early
November 6, 2002:
This essay by G. Stolyarov II
details the material and ideological stimuli to European colonization
as a means of empirically justifying that monumental development.
Give Real Meaning to Veterans Day:
On the occasion of Veterans
Day, Dr. Edwin A. Locke urges Americans to applaud the noble and
selfish efforts of U.S. troops in previous wars, while condemning
self-sacrificial and needless entanglements in order to reform the
military into a reinforcer of freedom and not its suppressor.
Upon an Ancient Mayan Ruin:
G. Stolyarov II recollects an
experience which sparked vivid memories of the oppression experienced
in America under pre-Columbian cultures and regimes and the liberation
which the West provided as a remedy.
Describing a technological
wonder, G. Stolyarov II envisions the amelioration and triumph it can
bring to man himself and his pristinely wretched environment.
The Magnate and the Moon:
G. Stolyarov II tells the
story of a man who aspired beyond the atmosphere... and the
bureaucrats who resisted him.
The Nobel Prize Should Go to Those Who Really
Support World Peace:
Dr. Andrew Bernstein critiques
Jimmy Carter's recent acquisition of the Nobel Peace Prize and argues
that Carter and many previous recipients have actually aided statism,
the main cause of war.
Thinking It Alone:
American unilateralism is the
only rational, non-sacrificial, ideologically sound, and successful
policy to pursue in the War on Terror, contends Alex Epstein.