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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Bisht and Jambiya

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Bisht and Jambiya

  By L. Neil Smith Not to bury the lede: I have sources (I’ve always wanted to say that) that tell me that Jamal Kashoggi, the “journalist” murdered so gruesomely with knives and swords and saws and things at the Saudi Arabian embassy in Turkey, was actually a CIA “asset” who hadn’t written a genuine article in years. I […]

The Boomless Bombs

The Boomless Bombs

L. Neil Smith   How stupid do you have to be? Eight or nine suspicious packages are “delivered” to the addresses of various prominent Democrat opinion leaders and “strategists”. (I’ll bet that Michael Moore and Rosie O’Donnell are furious as hell that they didn’t get one, when Maxine  Waters got three.) The round-heeled mass media, including the Murdoch-owned and […]

The Wonderful New Dart Set

The Wonderful New Dart Set

  By L. Neil Smith From some points of view, I probably have (at least) two bad habits. First, I have become a loyal Donald Trump partisan — everything  the Donald and the culture and characters he has brought to American  society have made me politically happy for the first time in my life. Second, […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

  By L. Neil Smith This essay is based on notes I made three years ago and never did  anything else with. I have tons of material like this which will keep  graduate students occupied and happy well into the next century. I was surprised the see that, after everything that’s happened  since, they’re still […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Desperate, Desperate Left!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Desperate, Desperate Left!

  By L. Neil Smith Pundits on TV keep exclaiming that they’ve never seen anything like the Left’s reaction to the presidency of Donald J. Trump. Democrats have exposed themselves, and been exposed, as the violent, destructive, mindless, power-hungry, criminals  that me have always said they really are. Watching them scream at the heavens on street corners or use bicycle […]

Chapter Sixteen | The Biplane General

Chapter Sixteen | The Biplane General

  By L. Neil Smith [AUTHOR’S NOTE] What follows is a brief excerpt from my new novel _ONLY  THE YOUNG DIE GOOD_, on which I will place the finishing touches and submit for publication this week. A sequel to my first vampire story _SWEETER THAN WINE_, it will be the thirty-fifth book I have written in my career. This […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Animals Are Property

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Animals Are Property

  By L. Neil Smith Last Friday I watched an episode of _The X-Files_ in which innocent zoo animals were being abducted — apparently by benign, superior UFOsies (the ones who mutilate cattle and stick huge needles in women’s bellies) — to save them from a despicable mankind responsible for the erasure of thousands of […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Hall-Pass Nation

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Hall-Pass Nation

  By L. Neil Smith I went out to a bar the other night to listen to karaoke. Yeah, I do that. For some perverted reason, a young lady near the entrance demanded that I produce identification. Since I am plainly a 72-year-old man in a wheelchair, I felt that this was peculiar and uncalled-for — especially since no […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | A Tale of Two Idiots

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | A Tale of Two Idiots

  by L. Neil Smith I confess that I don’t keep as close an eye on music as I used to.  I read today in a Breitbart article by A.W.R. Hawkins about one Eric  Church, a “country-western superstar” I never heard of — I looked him  up afterward and discovered that I’d never heard any of […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Once More, With Thinking

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Once More, With Thinking

  By L. Neil Smith It’s entirely possible that I explain myself too much at times; it annoys me when I have to do it. It means I didn’t do my job right (mostly I have always thought of myself as a teacher who had to construct his own classroom) in the first place. Unlike a public school teacher, […]

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