1. Guilty On All Counts, ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, May 29, 2001
2. 14 Indicted In 1996 Saudi Arabia Bombing, NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, June 21, 2001
3. BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY; Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern, By HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A., FIFTH EDITION BY THE PUBLISHER'S EDITORIAL STAFF, WEST PUBLISHING CO., ST. PAUL MINN., COPYRIGHT © 1979 By WEST PUBLISHING CO.
Sam Aurelius Milam III
For years now, I've been objecting to the arrogance, hypocrisy, and intolerance of the feminists. Lest anyone be deluded, those characteristics continue. So do my objections. The most recent example to come to my attention is the female-only public school in Spanish Harlem (Reference 1). After all the decades of the feminists whining about sexual equality it seems incredible, but it's true. It's a female-only public school. They're even bragging about how much better the girls do, lacking boys in the classes.
Now, don't get me wrong. I approve of sexual segregation. I think sexually integrated institutions are the stupidest idea since female suffrage. However, women have coercively intruded into every male-only institution in existence, from male-only high school wrestling teams (Reference 10) to male-only military academies (Reference 6). So, as long as they insist on destroying, by their very presence, the fundamental nature of male-only institutions, so long as they refuse to even allow the existence of such institutions, then they can certainly relinquish their hypocritical insistence on having their own female-only institutions. As long as they insist on the equal treatment of the sexes (a stupid idea), then it has to work the same for them as for us. Until I can have a male-only workplace, a male-only research team, or maybe a male only sports program, END THE FEMALE-ONLY SCHOOLS!
(Some articles from the Frontiersman)
Letters to the Editor
dear sam a.m.III,
good to see the june edition of frontiersman. i quite like your views on things and totally agree with the statement 'the truth is within you'. heres a poem i wrote some time back. please consider it for publication in your newsletter.
sathyu; bhopal, india
You may tell me about the nuclear arms race
You will try to draw me into the plateau of practical life
You will give me the boring details of the rise of state power after
You will reason with me
Satinath Sarangi (Sathyu)
Re: attachment in the 2001-06 newsletter
It is a shame that criminals are read their rights while jurors are deliberately kept in ignorance. The only reason I can think of for this bias is the criminal justice system needs the criminals, but does not need jurors, to justify its
|existence. Like most bureaucracies, the
criminal justice system actually creates the problems it pretends to solve.
Sir James the Bold; Sacramento, California
The following three letters are all in response to the Timothy McVeigh Memorial Issue.
editor[Regarding the article Danforth's Folly, June 11, 2001 Frontiersman, page 4] Danforth made it clear to any thinking person (a rarity) that his investigation was supposed to fail, by design. In my opinion he was honest enough about it to make this known. The rest was a smoke screen to prevent censure. Working for the government does strange things to people with moral and ethical standards. The way he made his announcement and its timing suggests that he had already been briefed on what he was expected to do and not to do during his time as a special counsel. That he followed those instructions means his job with the government is more important to him than his moral and ethical standards.
Sir James the Bold; Sacramento, California
.... I'm featuring this miscarriage of Justice about Tim in the coming issue (July~August) of <<T.A.>>.1 I already wrote once about it at the time of the events and My disgust for the system has not changed since...; (Keep up the good work!)
Peter; Vankleek Hill, Ontario
Happened to be over a friend's house recently and noted a copy of Reader's Digest open; it had an article glorifying a BATF agent, with the usual "righteousness". What bothers me is not just the arrogance of the feds, but the sycophantry2 of too much of the populace, especially those who call themselves "conservative".
Joseph; Burbank, California
Here's a thought for you, straight out of Milam's Notes.
Bulwer-Lytton Contest Results
Original Source Unknown. Forwarded by Steve, of Fremont, California
These are the 10 winners of this year's Bulwer-Lytton contest, wherein one writes only the first line of a really bad novel. (Victorian author Edward George Bulwer-Lytton is famous or infamous for writing the novel that began, "It was a dark and stormy night.")
10. As a scientist, Throckmorton knew that if he were to ever break wind in the echo chamber, he would never hear the end of it.
09. Just beyond the Narrows, the river widens.
08. With a curvaceous figure that Venus would have envied, a tanned, unblemished oval face framed with lustrous thick brown hair, deep azure blue eyes fringed with long black lashes, perfect teeth that vied for competition, and a small straight nose, Marilee had a beauty that defied description.
07. Andre, a simple peasant, had only one thing on his mind as he crept along the East wall: "Andre creep" ... "Andre creep" ... "Andre creep".
06. Stanislaus Smedley, a man always on the cutting edge of narcissism, was about to give his body and soul to a back-alley sex-change surgeon to become the woman he loved.
05. Although Sarah had an abnormal fear of mice, it did not keep her from "eeking" out a living at a local pet store.
04. Stanley looked quite bored and somewhat detached, but then penguins often do.
03. Like an overripe beefsteak tomato rimmed with cottage cheese, the corpulent remains of Santa Claus lay dead on the hotel floor.
02. Mike Hardware was the kind of private eye who didn't know the meaning of the word fear, a man who could laugh in the face of danger and spit in the eye of death in short, a moron with suicidal tendencies.
AND THE WINNER IS:
01. The sun oozed over the horizon, shoved aside the darkness, crept along the greensward, and, with sticky fingers, pushed through the castle window, revealing the pillaged princess, hand at throat, crown asunder, gaping in frenzied horror at the sated, sodden amphibian lying beside her, unable to comprehend the magnitude of the frog's deception, screaming madly, "You lied!"
Buck Hunter Shoots Off His Mouth
What do you think of muslin for clothing?
I guess they dress that way because of their religion, especially the women.
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