Great News for Freedom: Claire Wolfe, one of America’s most eloquent and principled political writers, is again blogging. She is posting her thoughts on a near-daily basis at the Backwoods Home blog site here.
Claire’s first book, 101 Things to Do Until the Revolution , quickly became a cult classic. No wonder, with zippety lines like the following: “America is at that awkward stage; it’s too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.” Amazon is selling 5 of her books here. Claire also co-authored two fine books – Rebelfire, a novel, and a nonfiction work, The State vs. the People: The Rise of the American Police State with JPFO’s Aaron Zelman. A new copy of the paperback version of that last work is selling for $127. I shudder to think how much it would sell for if it had Claire’s autograph.
Claire has a forthcoming novel based on her rip-roaring, fed-bashing, bureaucrat-scouring Hardyville stories. I would wager a case of pilsner that, when it comes out, it will quickly become one of the most popular libertarian books of the year.
Claire’s bio is here, with links to many of her articles and other work.