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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

  By L. Neil Smith It’s happening again. And again and again and again. Goblins and mutants of various descriptions and apparent motivations invade  a public school or some other unprotected crowd somewhere, with whatever the politically incorrect Gun-of-the Month happens to be, killing or wounding pupils, teachers, or others by the dozen. Immediately (sometimes even before the fact, […]

The Night Bobby Died: An Eyewitness Account of the Assassination of Bobby Kennedy

The Night Bobby Died: An Eyewitness Account of the Assassination of Bobby Kennedy

VENTURA, Calif.– Ventura County writer-journalist Ivor Davis was in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel half a century ago to witness the horrendous assassination of the man who would be President—Senator Robert Kennedy, younger brother of John F. Kennedy. On Wednesday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m. – the 50th anniversary of the assassination – Davis will […]

How did withholding taxes get started?

It was sold as a “temporary” emergency wartime measure … American Minute with Bill Federer War Emergency – IRS Withholds from Paychecks Withholding taxes from paychecks began JUNE 9, 1943. Congress passed it as an emergency measure during World War II to get money to fight Hitler. Withholding taxes was the idea of Beardsley Ruml, […]

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

By Elise Cooper, October 24, 2015   PT 109 by William Doyle highlights the combat incident that influenced John F. Kennedy for the rest of his life.  This book, written about fifty years after the bestselling book of the same name by Robert Donavan, charted Kennedy’s brush with death, his leadership skills, and how the experience […]

SEIU: Strike averted at JFK–Delta caves to Union demands

SEIU: Strike averted at JFK–Delta caves to Union demands

Strike averted as Delta’s subcontracted airport security officers, baggage handlers and wheelchair agree to deal with Aviation Safeguards– NEW YORK (July 22, 2015) – The 1,200 Aviation Safeguards workers who were planning a potentially crippling strike beginning at 10:00 pm Wednesday July 22nd 2015 will report to their posts as usual after the company agreed […]

SEIU: Union to strike at JFK–Potential to snarl air traffic

SEIU: Union to strike at JFK–Potential to snarl air traffic

Delta’s subcontracted airport security officers, baggage handlers and wheelchair attendants voted to strike at LaGuardia and JFK airports in what will be the largest airport worker strike in recent history. Starting Wednesday July 22, 10:00 p.m. at  JFK Airport, Terminal 7 arrivals.   Airport workers subcontracted out to Delta will put up a picket line and […]

Reach for the Stars      

Reach for the Stars      

By Michael Greer, October 21, 2014 I remember well the day American astronauts first walked on the moon. It was July 21st, 1969 ~ my youngest daughter was three months old, and I had a serious ear infection. We had dinner with some friends, and watched as Neil Armstrong stepped down onto the lunar surface and […]

Underwhelmed by Paul Ryan

By Brian Kearsey   I have been underwhelmed with Rep Paul Ryan’s voting record and budget proposals for some time, but this issue of Imprimis, from the esteemed institution Hillsdale College, crystallized my stark differences with his concept of the oath of office that he swore on the Bible to uphold and his duties in […]