Monday, April 21, 2014

Dallas Libertarians publish my self-interview

The Libertarian Party of Dallas County Newsletter publisher Curry Taylor included a banned article in its April 2014 issue.

I originally wrote it for my "Dallas Libertarian Examiner" column but never posted it because a similar article about my Selected Salvos book launch that I actually published in my companion site "Libertarian News Examiner" was promptly "unpublished" by the staff of for being guilty of "self-promotion."

Note that I didn't say that either article had been censored.

Examiner is a privately owned online media site and they have the right to impose and enforce any rules they choose, just as I have a right not to write for them if I choose.

You can read Dallas-Area Libertarian Launches 'Fun&Freedom' Book by Garry Reed by following the embedded link. It comes with photos, a separate article by me, and eight pages of excellent libertarian articles by other contributors, all put together in a professionally designed package by Curry Taylor.

(NOTE: The opening article by me is on a local subject. My self interview is located at the end of the newsletter.)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Selected Salvos now in great company

We've all heard variations on people defining something or someone this way:

If you looked up "lying cheating backstabbing psycho freak" in the dictionary you would see a picture of my ex.

But now I can say something like that for real!

If you looked up the phrase "zero aggression principle" in you would see a picture of Selected Salvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian book.

The French language website,, has a full page entry for Zero Aggression Principle and offers a definition from the English-language Wikipedia entry for Non-aggression principle.

It then provides links to related images (none), search results on Google and Bing (Wikipedia, Mises Institute, The Libertarian Enterprise and Zero Aggression Project), French and English scientific articles about the principle (Wikipedia,,, something that according to Google converts to "Development of applications for Google search" (none) and then this, three of the eight entries under the heading "Books on the Zero Aggression Principle term:"

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

A Baker's Dozen of Booksellers

You can now buy SelectedSalvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian, some in paperback, some in ePub, some in either/or, from any one of these 13 online bookstores.

But shop around because prices vary significantly.

You can buy a paperback copy for as high as $17.99 from Bookworld unless you join free and become a Citizen, in which case you'll save a whole buck. (But these are Australian dollars so check your exchange rates if you're not a Down Under native).

Downloading an ebook will set you back $3.55 at the DEA Store.

So here are your best prices:

Paperback: Lulu $6.00 (and remember that virtually all physical books add tax and/or shipping and/or "handling" charges but this is the lowest price in US$ for  these 13 sellers.

ebook: Only 1,99 Euros from Republic of Ireland iTunes with required iOS devices or $1.99 from Barnes&Noble Nook books.

So no more excuses. Get out there and buy! Read! Enjoy!

Also available in Euros, (€) Austrailian dollars (AU$), Swedish Krona (Kr), and South African Rands (R).

And one more thing ...

Amazon says I have one used paperback in "Very Good condition! Huge seller with millions of transactions! Satisfaction Guaranteed!" and sells for $41.20 + $3.99 shipping.

Do not believe them. Since this is a self-written, self-designed, self-published and self-promoted book it is also my very own self-autographed copy and I won't part with it!