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Michael Peirce on the election.
A Republican telemarketer, that is.
Michael Peirce hears from an old friend.
Michael Peirce on why it's so wrong.
The animals are running both parties, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce on the value of warriors and why you wouldn't want them occupying your town.
Michael Peirce on Dean's advice to Southerners.
Just not of Lt. Col. West, says Michael Peirce.
It can be denied, but never destroyed. Michael Peirce on 'Gods and Generals.'
From a man who knows: Michael Peirce.
I feel desperately sad, says Michael Peirce.
What might have happened, by Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce on what we've come to.
Michael Peirce on the future of freedom.
We're that close, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce on the foolishness, hubris, and sin of war.
Michael Peirce has a bunch of reasons.
Michael Peirce comes across a letter.
The feds, that is, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce on the real meaning of the war.
Michael Peirce says, Stop smearing a great nation.
How Michael Peirce responded.
Michael Peirce helped get terrorists without hurting civilians.
It's only news to the historically illiterate, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce on conservative government-firsters.
The politicians are scared to death of this "unified" America, and rightly so, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce and his wife compromise on a flag.
After all, people suffer wars, not abstractions called nations.
Michael Peirce looks on the national, and individual, ways to proceed in this disaster.
For it's Jonah this, and Buckley that, and Derbyshire, you say? Michael Peirce's ode on neocons and their war.
Michael Peirce on actually killing terrorists.
To start, Gen. Wesley Clark, who armed and financed Islamic fundamentalists in the Balkans.
They stand in the way of freedom, says Michael Peirce.
Let me explain what it really means, says Michael Peirce.
George W. Bush could be one, says Michael Peirce.
Michael Peirce debates a critic.
Compare any modern politician to the great Breckenridge, says Michael Peirce.
Leftists are making a movie about the man they admire, an abortionist and part-time sex educator.
Why the Republicans will probably lose.
Is there a point of no return? Michael Peirce says yes, and it's right around the corner.
Michael Peirce says that in business, in general, uniformity makes much more sense.
Michael Peirce, veteran of Ian Smith's freedom army, tells us how to react.
It's broke, so let's fix it, says Michael Peirce. Or leave, and take our state with us.
Michael Peirce on male cowards, in uniform and out.
Michael Peirce on the real history of our revolution, as versus the lying Brit version.
The problem, says Michael Peirce, is that we "have made a mockery of everything that was ever good about this country, and now, in the words of Tom Petty, we 'revel in our abandon.'"
Michael Peirce on our Soviet media vs. a talented young pitcher.
Michael Peirce remembers a fallen comrade.
What the Hell is Mom doing making a public spectacle of herself in support of an unconstitutional effort to deny free born Americans the right to bear arms? Has Mom just joined the communist party? Is she stupid? What is going on here?
As the War of Northern Aggression showed.
Says Michael Peirce. But he doesn't have much use for the sissies at MS-NBC Sports.
Former Rhodesian freedom fighter Michael Peirce defends Rockwell's view of the military.
Whatever they might have been in the past, says Michael Peirce, today they are militarized tools of state oppression. Just who do you think will be confiscating your guns?
Another reason to oppose imperialism, against China or any other country.
They really did create a New Soviet Man, says Michael Peirce, just as the US regime has created a New Welfare Man.
Michael Peirce writes to Jonah Goldberg.
But this time, sadly, David Hackworth has joined the band.
Indeed, people of all ages. Want to really aid the freedom fight? Move out of New York and Massachusetts, and come South.
Michael Peirce looks back at his NCO from the Rhodesian Army.
It's failed, says Michael Peirce.