Criminal Justice or Let's Jail Everyone? A Master's level paper by Gary Shade with an updated look at jailing non-violent offenders and the cost to society (2003).
The Ethics of Firearm Industry Lawsuits, Rod Murphy and Gary Shade 2003
The Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The Legacy of Republicanism vs. Absolutism A look at the historical significance or the militia and answers once and for all who the militia is! by Gary A. Shade
The Bears of Manley Book Review
- An update on the $3.1 million award to Randy Weaver and his two daughters An update on Ruby Ridge. Must reading for anyone following this case!
Letter by Associate Professor of Law Jeffrey M. Blum, of the University of Buffalo School of Law, in response to a request from a federal court judge. A great summation of the problems with the War on Drugs.
"Crime and the Drug War", by Kirby R. Cundiff. An article which appeared in Claustrophobia, August 1994. A short but concise presentation on the War on Drug's effects on crime.
"The Drug War and the Constitution", by Paul Hager of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union (ICLU). A transcript of a speech given at an ICLU meeting, debating the Constitutionality of the Drug War. Includes the companion notes to the lecture.
The Federalist Papers. This is a HTML version of the Federalist Papers. Currently this project is in Beta version.
"Security," by L. Neil Smith. A short article on the encroaching draconian rule being set up in the name of "security".
NRA Letter to former President Bush. A text of the letter sent by NRA President Tom Washington to former President George Bush, concerning his departure from the NRA and his criticism of the NRA's criticism of the BATF and other federal law enforcement agencies.
"LAPD Gets Permission to Terrorize," By Paul Ahuja, Via the Workers World Service, reprinted from the May 11, 1995, issue of Workers World newspaper. An essay on the draconian level of authority recently given back to the LAPD.
Arms, Law & Society. I have received permission from Jeff Snyder to post the first issue of "Arms, Law & Society" in full, so that people can see what it has to offer. There are no solid plans yet to reprint any further issues, but he did mention the possibility of some articles of further issues being allowed in postings. Obviously, this newsletter is also a source of income for Mr. Snyder and other writers, so he will not want to undercut his financial efforts.
Militia Q+A, from the Constitution Society. A great questions and answers file on the militia.
"Statement of Rep. Charles B. Schumer on April 5th. If you had any doubts about the lack of logic and irrational hopolophobia of the anti-RKBA crowd, just read this.
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