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September 2006



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Vol. 1, No. 9      September 2006 FREE


Taxes & Rural Cleansing
by Ken Anderson

TABOR Will Terminate Tax Relief Scams
by Senator Paul Davis

The Forgotten Anniversaries
by Matthew Jones

by John Frary

An Agenda for Change: Getting Maine Back on Track
by Senator Chandler Woodcock

Plans Moving Forward to Create a North American Union

Thoughts on Taxes
by Lenny Murphy

The Government That They Deserve
By Matt McDonald

The Token Conservative: Accountability Blues, But Thank the Founders for Federalism
by Jon Reisman

Profit Motive or the Soul of Man
by Fritz Spencer

Made In China?
by Bob Sanders

How Some of Our Legislators Think
by Bud Landry

Bioterrorism & Hauling Hay
by Ken Anderson

Profiles in Rural Maine: Smyrna, Maine
By Ken Anderson

Straight from Nana Beth’s Kitchen!

Needed Reforms: Part 6 & 7
by Michael Fundalewicz

Media Bias Against Guns, Part II
John R. Lott, Jr.

Decade of Sustainable Development: Marxist Indoctrination of Children
by Laura Adelmann

The Evolution of Homeowner Associations
by Shu Bartholomew

Why We Must Advance the Principles of Freedom
by Tom DeWeese

Letters to the Editor

The Fall Webworm (hyphantria cunea)

A Man Worth Knowing
by David McCullough

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This Month’s Contributors:

Laura Adelmann Ken Anderson
Michelle Anderson Shu Bartholomew
Beth Cyr Senator Paul Davis
Tom DeWeese John Frary
Michael Fundalewicz Matthew Jones
Bud Landry John R. Lott, Jr
David McCullough Matt McDonald
Patrick Moening Lenny Murphy
Jon Reisman Bob Sanders
Fritz Spencer
Senator Chandler Woodcock
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