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January 1997 - December 1997

January 1997

Editorial
The Right to Wealth
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Larry Elders and Censorship
The 'Myth' of Media Bias
Our Forgotten Heroes
Earth is Flat Award

February 1997

Editorial
Who is this new leader of Hong Kong?
The ESR Create Your Own Crisis Kit
Only Money?
CFFJ Updates
Workers of the World: Individualize!
Tidbits
Earth is Flat Award

March 1997

Editorial
Crime...and non-punishment
Who is More Dangerous: Capitalism or George Soros?
Deng Upgraded To Satisfactory Condition As Superwoman Arrives!
CFFJ Updates
Tidbits
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

April 1997

Editorial
What Conservatives Owe Ayn Rand - Gord Gekko
Femspeak - Michael Miller
Tidbits
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Tom Coburn Was Right - Dr. Alan Keyes
Is Jean Charest the Future? - Gord Gekko
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

May 1997

Editorial
The 'Rights of Man' Didn't Create Rights, and Neither Can You... - Gord Gekko
Tax Heroes - Michael Miller
The Reasonable Union Representative - Steve Williams
Tidbits
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Corporate Tax Myths
Memo To President Newt: Off With Cling-Tong's Head! - Steve Myers
A Larry Elder Update
The Election to Date (May 20) - Dave Tomlinson
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

June 1997

Editorial
The Right to Discriminate - Michael Miller
Ford, Carter, Bush, Clinton, and Powell Tried to Force Americans Into Slavery and the Media Didn't Say a WORD! - Gord Gekko
A Libertarian Response to "Ellen" - Xona
Tidbits
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
What Kind of Burden Taxes Are
'Takings' as a Moral Issue - James DeLong
Either He Lied or He is a Moron. Neither is Good - Gord Gekko
Link of the Month - Quackgrass Press
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

July 1997

Editorial
Economic use need not be a death knell
Vin Suprynowicz argues that only private ownership will protect endangered species
Nihilism
Michael Miller says to reject all self-interest is to reject all good, absolutely and in principle
A Nation of Four Solitudes
About the only thing that Canadians decided on election day was that they really didn't want to decide anything, at least that's what Gord Gekko thinks
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Updates about farmers fighting for economic freedom
Canada drops to 14th in world economic freedom ranking
Celebrate Canada Day by finding out that Canada dropped on the list of countries in economic freedom
GST blamed for growing underground economy
Capitalism always finds a way around lunacy
The Virtues of Competition
George C. Leef argues that competition shouldn't be confined to the business world
Site of the Month - Museum of Communism
Flat Earth Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

August 1997

Editorial
Blowing smoke at freedom
Gord Gekko may be worse than Hitler because he smokes, but he wonders why the government thinks it should be the national arbiter of individual choice
Acid Test
Michael Miller says to reject all self-interest is to reject all good, absolutely and in principle
Union takes page from Greenpeace book
Hey tree huggers, Rainbow Warrior this! One union tired of Greenpeace terrorizing their industry decides to strike back with an environmentalist tactic
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Updates about farmers fighting for economic
freedom
Rejecting Responsibility
Russell Madden argues that 'forced charity' is a contradiction in terms.
When did we start valuing 'stability' over 'freedom'?
Vin Suprynowicz talks about Hong Kong because it's worth still talking about
Site of the Month
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

September 1997

Editorial
United we stand?
It seems everyone is talking about uniting the various flavors of conservatism in Canada into one unified group?
Greenhoax effect
Michael Miller tells the truth about environmentalist fear mongering
Medicare and the for-profit hospitals
Vin Suprynowicz defends the notion that profits and hospitals go together
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Updates about farmers fighting for economic freedom
Myths of the Rich Man
Joseph S. Fulda discounts the notion that malevolent rich men control all the resources
Empowering workers: The privatization of social security in Chile
It's time private industry take over government handouts and the man who did it in Chile, José Piñera, tells how its done
The HUAC testimony of Ayn Rand
The House Un-American Activities Committee still gets the goats of many in Hollywood. Was it all just a witch-hunt, or was there a point? Here's one perspective
A very special Labour Day message
Gord Gekko and Canadian Auto Workers president Buzz Hargrove come together for a special Labour Day letter. Well, sort of...
Site of the Month
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

October 1997
Editorial
Moral Criticisms of the Market
Ken S. Ewert proves that Christians have nothing to fear from capitalism
Times have changed and so must conservatives
Gord Gekko once again calls on conservatives to wake-up and promote liberty, not faith and tradition
Crowd Delirium
Steven William ponders the dangers of crowd-delirium, that nebulous, intoxicating sense of shared excitement
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Updates about farmers fighting for economic freedom
Get Out of Jail Free?
Violence during the recent UPS strike was hardly the first time Americans have experienced it, and Vin Suprynowicz surprisingly tells us its all legal
I, Pencil
The 1958 classic by Leonard Read. The story of the pencil is used to illustrate the beauty of the free market and individuals
In praise of insider trading
Matthew O'Keeffe defends insider trading as a property issue
The Waste Report
Courtesy of the Reform Party in Canada, come and read some heinous examples of public spending your government doesn't tell you about!
Site of the Month
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

November 1997

Editorial
The Weak Case for Public Schooling
David Friedman shows us that Adam Smith was right, it is prudent to leave education to the private sector
Oral Presentation Delivered to the Conference on Rethinking School Governance
Andrew J. Coulson tells us the history of school governance in his Kennedy School of Government presentation this past June 13th, 1997
How Capitalism Saved the Whales
James S. Robbins says that technology saved the whales, it did not nearly eliminate them
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Canadian Farmers for Justice Updates
Updates about farmers fighting for economic freedom
Mother of young miscreant sues police, victim
Vin Suprynowicz tells us the story of Jeremy Anderson, who's vandalism is everyone else's fault but his...so his mother says
Stopping spam is the responsibility of the spammer, not Big Mother
Gord Gekko takes a decidedly unpopular stance...stop government from legislating spam email
The anti-capitalist jihad against Microsoft
Gord Gekko asks, Microsoft may be a monopoly, but so what?
Site of the Month Award
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

December 1997

Editorial
The Long Boom: A History of the Future, 1980 - 2020
Bladerunner was a cool movie, but the future is actually going to be good, says a recent Wired magazine piece...and it all began with Reagan and Thatcher
Brother, can you spare a few million?
Corporate profits continue to increase...you know what that means! Time to 'persuade' businesses to give to charity says Gord Gekko
Minimum wage, maximum harm
Let the market determine a fair wage, not the government argues Perry E. Gresham
Tidbits
News you possibly missed
Farmers for economic freedom
Updates about farmers fighting for economic freedom in western Canada
Live free or die: how many more Carl Dregas?
Vin Suprynowicz tells the story of Carl Drega and why he killed
U.S. Foreign Policy Is Foreign to Reason
Self-described isolationist Michael Allen wonders what exactly the United States is thinking when it makes foreign policy decisions
Second Annual Enter Stage Right Person of the Year!
Two people who made a difference in 1997
Site of the Month Award
Earth is Flat Award/Vinegar in Freedom Award

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