The headline was the opening sentence of a letter written to the Los Angeles Times. The writer, Jim Washburn, was so upset that the Times clipped that first sentence from his published response that he posted it on his blog. He commented: “A few days previous, they’d run an op-ed piece by some blowhard named […]
Archive | December, 2011
Brian Wilson and I had some fun this morning on Dallas station KLIF. I am waiting for the defamation lawsuits to arrive from the city of Boston and from the Postal Service. You can download or listen to the show by clicking the following: 12-27-11-invu
Future of Freedom Foundation Freedom Daily, October 2011 (posted online 12/23/11) Obama’s Dictatorial Assassination Program by James Bovard The Obama administration now claims the authority to kill American citizens without a trial, without notice, and without any chance for targets to legally object. The “targeted killing” program of George W. Bush’s administration has been radically […]
I will be on the air with guest talk show host Brian Wilson on Dallas’s KLIF radio this morning at 10 a.m. Eastern time. You can listen on the air at AM 570 in parts of Texas or listen live online by clicking here and tapping the Listen Live button.
< from Thursday's Wall Street Journal editorial page– Confessions of a One-Season Santa by James Bovard When I asked one girl what she wanted for Christmas, she gritted her teeth: ‘I want you to leave.’ In the fall of 1977, I moved to Boston seeking literary triumphs and intellectual stimulation. As a 21-year-old college dropout […]
From an interview today with Press TV: The historical low approval rating of Congress signals that most Americans may be finally paying attention to the ‘dishonesty’ of Congress, according to James Bovard of The Future of Freedom Foundation. “More Americans may finally be paying attention to what Congress is doing. I’ve been surprised for decades […]
The Los Angeles Times ran a couple letters defending the Postal Service today in response to last week’s piece on nearly 50 years of intentional mail slowdowns. I was especially hurt by the statement that I had “maligned” the Postal Service. Geez, I bend over backward to give the government a break and I still […]