Leave Christopher David Alone!

Leave Christopher David Alone!

Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015 by Scott McPherson When a gang wants to stifle a competitor, they bring in a “heavy” to rough up the offending party. Portsmouth’s taxi monopolists brought in the local government for their dirty work. It’s the same shakedown, but the gang sits under a big fancy seal of incorporation, and the […]

Rein in the Police, Not Protesters

Issue #35 – Thursday, April 23, 2015 by Scott McPherson Cops, not protesters, have created an atmosphere of violence. My brother once quipped, “The great thing about being a Leftist is never having to say you’re sorry.” He was talking about the propensity of those who erroneously describe themselves as “liberals” to endlessly pat themselves […]

What Will They Think of Next?

Issue #31 – Thursday, March 19, 2015 by Scott McPherson Perhaps it’s better not to ask. A couple of years ago a man in Ohio was sentenced to 30 days in jail for hurting a little girl’s feelings. That wasn’t the charge. It was “disorderly conduct” and “aggravated menacing” – for making fun of a […]

Do We Need Police?

Issue #25 – Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 By Scott McPherson Last month police killed another unarmed man, this time in Phoenix. Rumain Brisbon was shot twice in the chest for selling drugs. That’s not the official version. The officers said they “mistook” a pill bottle he was carrying for a gun. Of course. And Eric […]

Citizen, Arm Thyself

Issue #22 – Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 By Scott McPherson Had we a standing army, when the British invaded our peaceful shores? Was it a standing army that gained the battles of Lexington, and Bunker’s Hill, and took the ill fated Burgoyne? Is not a well-regulated militia sufficient for every purpose of internal defence? And […]