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"One media observer noted that in fact, 'there was a time in this country when psychopaths, simpletons and political hacks were not allowed to report the news.' ” - Media Giants Fail To Deny Diversity Programs (Associative Press) [satire by Lewis Napper]

" '... when you walk into a public school, you hear the loud noise of children out of control. When you walk into a private school, the only thing you hear is teachers talking.' "- Public Grocery Stores by Lewis Napper

"... regarding the Great Depression: You're right, we did it." -- Federal Reserve Board Governor Ben Bernanke finally admitting government culpability to Nobel Laureate Dr. Milton Friedman, at Milton's 90th birthday celebration HERE. Also see:  Rethinking the Great Depression HERE  and:   America's Great Depression HERE

Okay, so Smoot-Hawley didn't become law until 1930.  SO WHAT!?!  Its passage was threatening before the October 1929 stock market crash, and wise investors follow such things closely.  Duh.  "In the biography of E.F. (Bud) Hutton, the founder of the Wall Street firm, the biographer notes that in 1929 Hutton, then a broker in Seattle, avoided the crash by selling out on news that the tariff act was making progress in Congress." - from Smoot-Hawley and the Crash of '29

"Only those people who infringe on the rights of others lose these liberties. Everyone else keeps them." -- I DECLARE (and you should too) by Lewis Napper

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that a whole lot of people were confused by the Bill of Rights and are so dim that they require a Bill of No Rights." - The Bill of No Rights by Lewis Napper

"The American preference for exporting democracy rather than Enlightenment culture is not merely the result of a mistaken belief that democracy equals liberty. It is based in part on an epistemological and moral relativism that dares not criticize even the most depraved culture, much less point out the superior values that first emerged in the West and are therefore currently most fully realized in the West."  - from Two Jeers for Democracy

"Moral relativists are staunchly uncertain, adamantly indecisive, self-righteously impotent and defiantly irrelevant." and "A moderate is either someone who has no moral code of his own, or if he does, then he's someone who doesn't have the guts to take sides between good and evil." and "In matters of principle, stand like a rock." - from Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty

"If concern for human poverty and suffering were one's primary motive, one would seek to discover their cause.  One would not fail to ask : Why did some nations develop, while others did not?" and "When Western countries in the past were as poor as Third World countries are today, these Western countries nevertheless had one big advantage" and "the mentality with which many presumably educated, intelligent people approach matters of economics and business is, however astonishing it may seem, still that of the Dark Ages." - from THE GAP BETWEEN RICH & POOR

"Environmental groups have been telling us for years that the single largest polluter on the planet is our own government. Federal agencies have contaminated over 60,000 sites across the country." - Liberty and Justice For All by Lewis Napper

"Since the 1980's, for the first time in our nation's history, Federal officials can seize your property -- they can take your home, your money, and your car -- without even charging you with a crime." - Liberty and Justice For All by Lewis Napper
" 'Yeah, they all come a bustin’ in, a hoopin’ and a hollerin’, and a pointin’ their guns. Granny would of shot one of ‘em too if Uncle Jed hadn’t stopped her. We didn’t know they was from the guvament at first.' " - A Man Named Jedediah by Lewis Napper
"There is a not-so-subtle difference about the Libertarians though -- they're the only ones not pointing a gun at me." - Let's Have a Party by Lewis Napper

"The money that police officers pay into their retirement fund can be spent by the government on anything at all — it doesn’t have to be used for police retirement benefits. Their retirement funds can be frittered away every year just like the Social Security trust funds have been." - Have You Ever Needed A Cop?  by Lewis Napper

"More often than not Gilligan is the problem. At best he makes a bad situation worse. At worst, he makes a great situation completely unbearable." - Here On The Island: A Scholarly Critique of the Style, Symbolism,  and Sociopolitical Relevance of Gilligan's Island by Lewis Napper

THE Table of Contents of From DEEP Inside The Binary Bunker by Lewis Napper

"Mule fritters! It wasn't another drug related crime. It was another drug prohibition related crime." - Contract With South America by Lewis Napper

"The WOOFs are the ones with children and grandchildren to protect." - [Establish] The WOOF Army by Lewis Napper