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Re: Jim Bovard Article in Playboy- February 2000 Issue
>Jim Bovard has a great article on page 49 of the February 2000 Issue
>of Playboy http://www.playboy.com .
>Janet Reno May Not Like How She's Remembered"
>Bovard writes on Reno's "legacy" with the First Amendment, The
>Communications Decency Act, Waco, Ruby Ridge, civil forfeiture,
>cannabis, and the Independent counsel law.
>James Bovard is the author of Freedom in Chains: The Rise of the
>State and the Demise of the Citizen (St. Martin's Press) among
Of course, by writing for Playboy, he is part of a
Corporation that supports the suppression of free speech to a degree
Reno and Clinton only dream about--that of the totalitarian facists
Then again, what's a little integrity in the face of all that money.
And yeah, I *used* to work for them.
Some may be willing to rely on withering editorials in the New York Times
to preserve their liberty. I'm counting on a sleek and tasteful SIG-Sauer.
If the courts started interpreting the Second Amendment the way they interpret
the First, we'd have a right to bear nuclear arms by now.--Ann Coulter