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Columns on STR: 6


Andrew Rogers
United States

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Andrew Rogers is a writer in Seattle.


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Columns by Andrew Rogers

Important News and Offers from Strike The Root!
Andrew Rogers 2005-03-16 17:00
Rob doesn't like to make a big deal out of this, but I will: Strike The Root is $1,000 in the red. If you like what you see on STR and want to see more of it -- if you value STR and all the work Rob has done to make this one of the very best pro-freedom, anti-war sites on the Web -- now's the time to show it. How? Two easy ways:
The Financial Times--Theirs and Ours
Andrew Rogers 2004-03-28 16:00
STR readers in London may have noticed a small earthquake earlier this month. That's when the following rumbled its way out of The Financial Times newspaper's offices and onto its editorial page: Herein lies a paradox. The rise of the market in the 1980s and 1990s resulted from a rebellion against the "dead hand of the state" and disenchantment with governments' record in meeting economic...
First Chapter, First Footnote
Andrew Rogers 2004-03-09 17:00
Chalmers Johnson, the great chronicler of American Empire, has a new book out: The Sorrows of Empire: Militarism, Secrecy, and the End of the Republic. This great title pulls no punches demonstrating the remorseless rise of American military and economic imperialism from one side of the planet to the other. And in this important book, the very first footnote in the very first chapter...
Support Our Troops!
Andrew Rogers 2004-02-04 17:00
Last Tuesday was Election Day in Seattle . My friends and neighbors voted to tax themselves (and me -- thanks, guys) to continue funding our government schools. They called it a vote of confidence in the system. Me, I also cast a vote of confidence for something I believe in -- not by endorsing theft and government propaganda, though. I did something much better: I made a contribution to...
If They Want It So Badly...!
Andrew Rogers 2002-11-25 04:00
 As Crow T. Robot once put it, there's no tradition like a new tradition. And one of the new traditions of the post-election season is the spate of articles blaming the Libertarian Party and its candidates for the loss of votes, and consequently Congressional seats, that are apparently the rightful property of the Republicans.   Here in "the other...
Peeling Off My Capital "L"
Andrew Rogers 2002-11-18 04:00
 Last Saturday, I dodged Seattle rain showers to go out and peel the Libertarian Party bumper sticker off my car. This was a big step for me. I've been involved with the LP, one way or another, since helping found my college's Campus Libertarian Coalition in 1986 (we were a "coalition," see, 'cause individualists like us don't join clubs). I volunteered my services, ever...