Reminder Note for Ender's Review: Nov. 18 - 24, 2007
- I Used To Not Be Anti-Cop; Lincoln Was Wrong; Why Attack Iran?; Richard Paey
Speaks; "H.A.D.": A Short Story; highlighted this week.
View this week's entire issue at URL-
(try clicking on the link above or cut and paste it into your browser
address line, whichever method you prefer).
I selected 80 (a special large 'holiday' issue) items for this week's
review, all accessible via the link above. Directly below I list links to
this week's featured items within the review,
"I Used To Not Be Anti-Cop"
- By Manuel Lora from LewRockwell.com;
"Lincoln Was Wrong: The Ease of Fooling Most of the People Most of the Time"
- By John Chuckman from Dissident Voice;
"Why Attack Iran?"
- By David R. Henderson from AntiWar.com;
"Richard Paey Speaks"
- Interviewed by Radley Balko from Reason;
"'H.A.D.': A Short Story"
- By Shaun A. Saunders from Sunni and the Conspirators.
The weekly review contains many more articles, 75 this issue, but the four
above ranked as my favorites this week.
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. . .Tom Ender
Editor and Publisher, Endervidualism