Unlike some "civil rights" organizations, JPFO doesn't
pick and choose among the Bill of Rights; it's all or nothing. Indeed,
one of our catch-phrases is "All the Bill of Rights for All
But maybe that's not enough, either.
In our latest article entitled "Toward an International Bill
of Rights Union," L. Neil Smith analyzes the United States'
trend toward globalization, a trend that has in the past led us
toward -- as Smith puts it -- the "seemingly inexorable Nazification
of a once-free civilization."
Yet globalization goes both ways. Rather than importing more laws
and more restrictions on our freedoms , perhaps we should concentrate
on _exporting_ the Bill of Rights around the world.
Read "Toward an International Bill of Rights
Union" at www.jpfo.org/smith/smith-intlbor.htm
. And don't forget that you can read all our articles
by L. Neil Smith at www.jpfo.org/filegen-a-m/lneilsmith.htm
In addition, we have two quick notes of interest.
First, we've received many responses to our Jesse
Jackson handbill (www.jpfo.org/filegen-a-m/handbill-jackson.jpg).
Those who have not seen our documentary _The
Gang_ ( www.thegangmovie.com
) were bewildered at the offensive "hunting
license" pictured in the handbill. We didn't
create that license -- _the BATFE did_!
Read about it at www.jpfo.org/docs/batfegobrqa.txt
Secondly, for those who have been following the Red's Trading Post
saga ( www.jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/redstradingpost.htm
), a grassroots campaign is springing up to nominate owner Ryan
Horsley as a replacement for scandal-ridden U.S. Senator Larry Craig.
Read about it in the Liberty Sphere blog at http://thelibertysphere.blogspot.com/2007/08/idahos-ryan-horsley-for-us-senate.html
- The Liberty Crew