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New people are joining the fight against Fascism, epidemiologic public health fraud and prohibition. We are glad to present to our readership a new American website: <a href="http://choosefreedomiowa.org/">Choose Freedom Iowa</a>.

Open Letter to Editors of Scientific Journals

<div style="text-align: justify; ">The suppression of speech and dissent is collateral damage, perhaps the most pernicious, inflicted on all components of society by the tobacco control movement.&nbsp; Dr. Dunn reveals the repercussions of a decision made by a federal judge whose adherence to the Constitution is weaker than her fealty to health activists.</div>

An intelligent proposal for the next president

<div style="text-align: justify;">It is quite probable that closet smoker Barack Hussein Obama will be the next president of the United States. Here is an intelligent proposal by Clearing the Air (CTA) on how to start the redistribution of wealth that Obama has promised.</div>

Smoke in their face: smoking ban ignored in India

<div style="text-align: justify;">Way to go, India! In spite of the weak attempt of the article to bestow on the reader the fraudulent information that smoking &ldquo;kills&rdquo; some 900,000 people a year (not even one, of course, can be proven to be killed by smoking) and in spite of the effort to equate smoking with urinating in the street as antisocial behaviour when, in reality, antismoking is the actual antisocial behaviour; finally, in spite of the picture that shows a guard forced by a civilian antismoking activist to do sit-ups for allowing a smoker to exercise his right indoors (the guard must be pretty dumb indeed!), the news is seeping through: Indians ignore the fascist, fraud-based smoking ban all over India.</div>

Somebody is trying not to understand something

<div style="text-align: justify;">As we know, &ldquo;public health&rdquo; is in the business of making things illegal and suppressing the freedom of choice. &nbsp;That business, of course, does not concern just tobacco and smoking, but almost everything else under the sun.</div>

Iowa Rulemaking Process, Recorded October 28, 2008

<div style="text-align: justify"><img alt="" hspace="4" align="left" src="https://www.forces.org/userfiles/audio_button.jpg" />This 31 minute broadcast chronicles the continuing advocacy efforts of Iowans for Equal Rights. A recap of events during and after the October 14, 2008 meeting of the Iowa Legislature&rsquo;s Administrative Rules Review Committee.&nbsp;</div>

Banish the Knaves

<div style="text-align: justify;">A London neighborhood’s response to the &quot;epedemic of obesity&quot; reveals the elitism of the governing class and its army of social engineers.</div>