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L. Neil Smith at Other Locations on the Web

Essays by L. Neil Smith collected by Keith Lynch -- these are in .txt format instead of the HTML formatted pages here at the Webley Page Web Site.

Reviews of Restaurants in Fort Collins by L. Neil Smith for the on-line "Fort Collins Entertainment Review Page".

An interview with L. Neil Smith by the on-line "Fort Collins Entertainment Review Page": What I want to accomplish artistically amounts to nothing more than fulfilling the promise of the American Revolution.

The Cdn-firearms FTP Archive/Smith from Ian Jefferson in Canada; a collection of L. Neil Smith's essays with a search engine attached.

Revolution: Ammo for Freedom Fighters is a libertarian information site that has a few essays by L. Neil Smith.

Advocates for Self-Government has an L. Neil Smith page

Interesting & Useful Links

Libertarian News Network NEW!

Libertarian Underground, a discussion forum

The Prometheus Awards from the Libertarian Futurist Society

Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign!

Protect Privacy Online: Join the Golden Key Campaign!

Laissez-Faire Books

TOR Books

The Ultimate Free Market Resource Guide

Brassroots, Inc., the no-compromise gun rights group of Tucson, Arizona

The WWW Libertarian Pages.

American Firearms Network has much information, including a monthly magazine for the gun trade.

A Liberty Library, from Bob Bickford

Journal X on-line magazine is maintained by Kevin Bertram.

New Libertarian, a weekley web magazine from Samuel Edward Konkin III. Also check his Agorist Institute pages.

The Lawyer's Second Amendment Society, a great organization! [Updated!]

Frank Ney has the BATF Abuse page

Arizona Libertarian Party [Updated!]

Tuck Landry's "Sorta Home Page".

Geoff Beneze's Arizona Shooting Sports page.

Gary Smith's Home Page

The Web Page of Sean Gabb, containing various writings about guns, sex, drugs, religion, identity cards, money laundering, encryption, history, truancy, and much more, along with links to many other sites of libertarian interest.

The Vindex, containing the words of wisdom of Vin Suprynowicz.

pissedOff, A Daily Rant With No Hype, from Bill Folsom

Liberty Activist Page, by Mary Lou Seymour and Kevin Burt.

The Liberty Round Table, by Don L. Tiggre

Gun Owners of America

Sean Strasburg has a wonderful page!

The Memory Hole, information about freedom, provided by Alan Koontz

Coalition for an American Future

Jeff Chan's Libertarian Resources and RKBA web site is an excellent collection of important material.

Steve Hagensicker's Netsurfer Central has lots of links to all kinds of good things, guns included.

Paul Birch, Cowes, England

F.E.A.R. -- Forfeiture Endangers American Rights, and it does!

Wolfe's Lodge - Claire's Den, the new website of Claire Wolfe.

Charles Curley, a producer of fine software and/or web pages.

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership -- they don't compromise!

Citizen Action links page, and Publications links page, from the Constitution Society.

Yael R. Dragwyla's HydroDragon Enterprises home page has science fiction, non-fiction, thoughts, books, and other nifty stuff.

Eric Steven Raymond's Home Page. This guy is the author of The Cathedral and the Bazaar, a groundbreaking essay on the theory and practice of decentralized software development that's recently been making waves even Wall Street can see. Turns out he's our kind of folks -- an anarcho-libertarian gun-nut who likes Heinlein and .45s.

The Minaret of Freedom Institute, a home on the web for libertarian Muslims!

"The Wyoming Libertarian party invites you to check out our web page.... Aside from the usual bylaws, platforms, etc, we have a large and growing Links page and a most unusual Calendar. We have our published Letters to the Editor. Researching Second amendment issues? It's a good place to start. And you can join the Wyoming Libertarian Party in the comfort of you own home."

Wendy McElroy has just brought up her web site.

Libertarians for Privacy, a project from the Vermont Libertarian Party: help crack the Fed's RC5/DES encryption scheme by donating part of your computer's time for the calculations (probably best on computers with full-time Internet connections!).

Freedom, Democracy, Peace; Power, Democide, and War, a new website by R.J. Rummel, author of Death by Government.

Real Mensch "It's a libertarian-oriented webzine that features irreverent and satirical views on modern political issues, hype, and balderdash." Recommended!

Captain Nemo Presents Science Fiction and Fantasy Sites has more links than you can shake a stick at, and he also has a Freedom Lovers Site that you ought to check out, too.

Bill Stone's "Live Free Or Die" website.

Syndicate 23: "We call ourselves Syndicate 23 .... We talk about all sorts of things, from politics, art, and more. Strong Libertarian theme."

We are a friend and honorary cousin of the Cross-Country Cousins, Who say "We are diverse libertarian individuals, communities and organizations who want to talk to, and work with, each other without going through the hierarchy of the Libertarian Party of the United States."

The Committee to Impeach the President

John Rohmfeld has a web page highlighting civil rights abuses by the Texas Army National Guard.

The Canadian Firearms Home Page, of Skeeter Abell-Smith.

Oleg Volk is a talented photographer with a really good RKBA site. Well illustrated as well as thoughtful.

Gun Truths a recently unveiled resource for pro-firearms activists.

Liberty Journal, an extremely good and interesting site.

Reality Zone where freedom and the free market is the concern (along with reality!).

Jeff Colonnesi's Web Page

The Jeff Davis Show

Imagine Freedom, by "stormy MON" (the whole book, free and not copyrighted)

Ultimate Object is a new "selective web guide" (sort of like "Yahoo" ®) devoted to libertarian and freedom themes.

Arm The People, from Joe Zychik: "If you think that the Second Amendment is about guns, please don't let yourself be fooled by the pseudo-scientific nonsense that floats around in today's politically correct atmosphere. The Second Amendment is about good and evil, period. To deny that there will always be evil people in the world is to deny that there will always be moral choices. To deny innocent people the right to self defense is evil, period." -- lots of gun links.

The High Lonesome "Looking to the Past for our Future"

F. Paul Wilson has just launched a Repairman Jack website

Brad Spangler's personal Web site includes essays by L. Neil Smith

Institute for Contemporary Studies has a "mission to promote self-governing and entrepreneurial ways of life"

Home Page of Pierre Lemieux, a sterling fellow.

Syndicate 23 "Join the campaign for world wide freedom"

The Partisan "Journal of the American Freedom Fighter"

Geoff's Firearms and Freedom Page

Citizen Duquesne, Libertarian for U.S. Congress

Hunter's Shooting Association, Advanced Field Marksmanship for Hunters

The Heinlein Society NEW!

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