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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Knezovitch Effect

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Knezovitch Effect

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise A couple of days ago, at a “pro-choice” protest rally in front of the Supreme Court, Democrat Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (he wants you to call him “Chuck”) ranted against two Justices, both Trump appointees, who happen to disagree with him about abortion, threatening them […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Surprise, Surprise, Surprise

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Surprise, Surprise, Surprise

  By L. Neil Smith When I was just a little boy of nine, between Fourth and Fifth grades, my military family briefly visited New York City on our way to Pepperrell Air Force Base in St. John’s, Newfoundland. I was not impressed. Everything about the place was dirty, gritty, over-hyped, and the hotel we […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Truth is Down Here

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Truth is Down Here

    By L. Neil Smith I was born in 1946. Whatever the hell took place in Roswell, New Mexico happened in 1947. Weather balloon my ass. I have been lied to and kept in the dark — and so have you — by the Deepest State ever since then, more than 70 years, and […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Where No Libertarian Has Gone Before

The Libertarian Enterprise | Where No Libertarian Has Gone Before

  By L. Neil Smith Originally presented Friday, April 26, 1996, at the Colorado Libertarian Party Annual Convention —  First published in _TLE_ Issue Number 8, May, 1996] “It is moral weakness, rather than villainy, that accounts for most of the evil in the universe—and feeble-hearted allies, far rather than your most powerful enemies, who […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Andrew and Donald

The Libertarian Enterprise | Andrew and Donald

  By L. Neil Smith Over the past few weeks, it has surprised me how seldom the name Andrew Johnson has come up. Sure, every time it has been mentioned that Donald Trump is the third (or fourth — or third and a halfth) President to be impeached, Johnson, the first, is given a brief […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Meet Me In St Louis

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Meet Me In St Louis

  By L. Neil Smith   Sometime soon, I want you to do something for me — and for yourself. Click on: http://www.zianet.com/jjohnson/stlouis.htm I want you to go someplace that rents classic films and check out Meet Me in St. Louis, a swell old MGM musical with Judy Garland, Leon Ames, Mary Astor, Marjorie Main, […]

I’m Tired of the News

I’m Tired of the News

  By L. Neil Smith,  I never thought it would be possible, but I think I’m suffering from news exhaustion. Usually I have the television on twenty-four/seven, even while I write, even while I sleep, and I know that the conflict between Donald Trump and the Dumbocrats is going to be regarded as historic, someday, […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | The Crazy Years

The Libertarian Enterprise | The Crazy Years

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise With every day that passes recently, it becomes clearer what inspired the prophetic author Robert A. Heinlein to predict — in the 1950s or 1960s — the “Crazy Years” that we are living through now. He got a good, hard look at California, which he described (in […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Unfinished Business

The Libertarian Enterprise | Unfinished Business

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise This will probably be the strangest item that I have ever written for _L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise_. There is almost too much out there to write about these days. Our culture has reached a kind of crescendo of the “Crazy Years” that Robert Heinlein predicted […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | The United States Space Force

The Libertarian Enterprise | The United States Space Force

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise Many thoughtful observers believe that the most significant thing that Donald Trump has accomplished so far is his appointment of dozens of federal judges who share his philosophy of governance and I, amateur historian that I am, am inclined to agree with them — with one exception, […]

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