Take Back Our Kids

That’s the title of my column today at Strike The Root, in which I discuss how the State sinks its hooks into our children literally from the moment we leave the womb, and what parents can do to mitigate the damage. (One thing they can do is buy my new book for young adults. Yes, I …

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Gunning for Giuliani

Lest anyone think that Rudy Giuliani’s campaign trail conversion to RKBA believer is sincere, this damning video from 2000 should wake them up: According to Rudy, if guns aren’t sold for “hunting or law enforcement,” they must be “going to a criminal market.” If a mere civilian wants a handgun, he must be up to …

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Unpermitted Queer Parade

Hee-hee! It seems Council Speaker Christine Quinn is on the outs with the gay and lesbian community for getting into bed (groan!) with the NYPD over “parade permits”: We, the NYC queer community, are outraged that City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who claims to speak for *us*, has endorsed this plan, calling the new permit …

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Now we’re on to something

Best response to the hand-wringing over that judge who overturned the Child Online Protection Act:  “If only there were some people around whose job it was to raise these children.” Why hasn’t The Onion won a Pulitzer Prize yet? Hat tip: Unqualified Offerings

Wal-Mart Shrugged

According to the Times, Wal-Mart has written off New York. Thanks, union a-holes. I love overpaying for groceries and sundries. Really, thanks a million.

“The go-to site for NY Libertarians…”

… (both with a capital and lower-case ‘l’).” So says the lovely and talented Karol Sheinin at Alarming News about this here blog.

Lesczynski on the radio

I’ll be discussing my new book The Walton Street Tycoons on The Sloan Ranger radio program on WGNU 920 AM in St. Louis. I’ll be on about 5:35 p.m. Central time (6:35 p.m. Eastern time). You can listen live on the Internet.

How does this blog thingy work anyway?

It’s long overdue, but Serf City, everyone’s favorite libertarian tabloid, finally has a blog. Since we only publish about 3-4 paper issues a year, this will give our writers a forum for communicating with our loyal readers between issues. What can you expect here? Mostly the same stuff you’d find in Serf City the paper, …

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