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"Suprynowicz has given us the lyrics to freedom's song. It is up to us to make the music." -- Bill Branon, author of "Let Us Prey" (a New York Times Notable Book of the Year), "Devil's Hole," "Timesong," and "Spider Snatch"
"This volume is the seminal work of the last five decades. It will change lives. It will direct nations." -- Bill Branon, author of "Let Us Prey" (a New York Times Notable Book of the Year), "Devil's Hole," "Timesong," and "Spider Snatch"
Vin Suprynowicz grew up in a nice, Politically Correct Democratic family, fine folks who taught him that it was wrong to steal or hate people for being different from them. He still feels that way, but has since expanded the list of those deserving such tolerance from merely homosexuals and members of racial minorities to also include machine-gun owners; militiamen; folks who choose to vote their conscience in the jury room in defiance of the judge's instructions; who use intoxicants other than those approved by the current government; who decline to vaccinate their children or turn them over for government indoctrination; or who decline to contribute any portion of their earnings to support the welfare/police state.
He landed his first newspaper job at the alternative Hartford Advocate in 1972 after graduating from Wesleyan University. He went on to become the star reporter at the daily Willimantic Chronicle, news editor of the Norwich Bulletin, managing editor of the daily Northern Virginia Sun, and founder and publisher of the weekly Providence Eagle. Suprynowicz was named three times to the Golden Dozen (the top 12 weekly editorial writers in the U.S. and Canada) by the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors.
A resident of Las Vegas, he's now an editor, editorial writer and weekly columnist at the daily Las Vegas Review-Journal. In wide demand as a dinner speaker at Libertarian and gun-rights gatherings throughout the U.S. and western Canada, he also pens a twice-a-week column appearing in 20 or so newspapers around the country, and publishes the monthly newsletter "Vin Suprynowicz's Privacy Alert."
Not just about Waco.
I put off buying this book for a long time because I only had a passive interest in studying the events of Waco. Read more
...and deservedly so. Even as government works daily to restrict your freedom -- there can still be hope. This should give you reason for hope. Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by William J. Rogers
The "official" government reports about what happened at Waco is not even close to being true! Waco, along with Ruby Ridge, are government atrocities which must never be allowed... Read morePublished on November 2, 2009 by Allen G. Lough
Finally someone speaks out against the libtard Clinton dolts who were trying to ruin our lives. It is good, no it is stupendous literature that should be read by every American... Read morePublished on July 27, 2007 by Cathy J. Taurine
While writing from a Libertarian and non-religious perspective, Vin takes us across the gamut of current attitudes and the hopes and aspirations of self-sufficient, liberty minded,... Read morePublished on February 16, 2003 by HappyDaze11
For the past several years, there has been a lonely libertarian writing a column for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and now his columns have been collected and sorted by subject. Read morePublished on March 3, 2002 by Eric Oppen
I can't agree with everything the author proposes, but I can say that this book opened my eyes about a lot of things. Don't be scared off by the title. Read morePublished on August 22, 2001 by H. Bates
Vin Suprynowicz's "Send in the Waco Killers" provides a crystal clear defense of individual liberty. Read morePublished on August 4, 2001 by Dann Todd
This book covers our current government school problems and much, much more. Lost right, government excesses, and what to do to start curing some of these problem areas. ... Read morePublished on July 15, 2001 by Pat A. Hines