Enter Stage Right is a non-profit journal published from Canada and founded and edited by Steve Martinovich. Our name refers to the often pronounced theatrical nature of politics. As Frank Zappa once said, "Politics is the entertainment branch of industry."
This journal promotes unfettered capitalism, liberty and individualism as expressed by thinkers like Ayn Rand and Aristotle. Our guiding principle is to present a more consistent approach to conservative thought by following through with what we feel are its expressed core principles. Our mission statement presents a brief view of those beliefs.
ESR originally began as a weekly Op-Ed piece written by Steve Martinovich and published in Laurentian University's student newspaper Lambda, beginning in the fall of 1993 and running until early 1997.
The on-line version appeared on June 1, 1996, originally hosted at CyberSudbury, moving then to a server located a local café in November 1996, to GeoCities in April 1997, and finally our own domain in July 1998. In June 2016 the web site celebrated its 20th year online.
Stuff we like using when composing Enter Stage Right: Microsoft Word, Dreamweaver CS5.5, Paint.Net 4.2.10, Outlook, Microsoft Edge, Bell Fibre
ESR took longer than it should have this week because of sleep and the range
Stuff that aided in this week's issue: Working from bed and continued social distancing
Use of material from ESR: All material in Enter
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