The Sunni Interview now online

The April Sunni’s Salon is now up and open.  Sunni Maravillosa and I had a fine ol’ time chatting and exchanging thoughts.   The interview is posted  here.  Ah, reflecting on those golden years of peach picking….. and battles with politicians and bureaucrats in yonder years. 

Sunni brings a passion to her writing & work for freedom that is very rare in these parts.




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4 Responses to The Sunni Interview now online

  1. Steve April 22, 2006 at 4:02 pm #

    Bravo Jim and Sunni. I just tackled (being a Steelers fan I was trying to be the Joey Porter of reading) all 13 pages of the interview and really enjoyed it. Jim, when you were in western NC in August 2001 I am quite sure you were within 50 miles of me- small world.

    With every reading I get of your work I find Libertarianism more and more attractive. I am still reading “Feeling Your Pain,

  2. Jim April 22, 2006 at 6:27 pm #

    Steve – all 13 pages? Sounds more like Franco Harris.

    Western NC is charming – a whole different type of folks than along the coast (same difference as with my native state Virginia). And the stories I heard there about the hospitality that the FBI received when they inundated that area @ 1999 warmed my heart.

    Glad you are liking what you see of libertarianism so far. It is a fairly broad tent…

  3. Steve April 22, 2006 at 7:33 pm #

    The FBI had HQ across the road from my workplace in the cove in Franklin, NC. They tracked a bear for a while with infrared stuff.

    One of the signs in an Andrews, NC restaurant red:

    “Eric Rudolph eats here, and so does the FBI.

  4. Jim April 22, 2006 at 8:01 pm #

    Like I said – good folks in western NC.

    I was told that the FBI had been so arrogant and heavy-handed in their dealings with the locals that they quickly lost whatever support or help they might have had.

    Fascinating that some folks think that the US govt could easily tightly control the entire nation – when the FBI’s best & brightest cannot even get a handle on one unpopular fugitive in a small area of the mountains of Carolina.