Copyright © 1997 by Hugo S. Cunningham
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The Great Leader and Teacher I.V. Stalin (5 minutes of stormy applause)
Pavlik Morozov [revised 20060711]
This delightful cherub denounced his father to the secret police, and was adopted as a patron saint by the Young Pioneers.
Info on songs and slogans:
Druglibrary -- The most extensive on-line, drug policy library in the world. Hosted by the Drug Reform Coordination Network (DRCNet).
Drug Policy Foundation, leading anti-Prohibitionists
In his book For Your Own Good, libertarian Jacob Sullum takes a skeptical look at "second-hand smoke."
"Consumer Freedom Network" (formerly "Guest Choice Network"): originally founded by restaurant and tavern owners who want to leave health choices to informed consumers, rather than political zealots and cranks.
"Open Law"s challenge to Congress's perpetual extension of copyright at the behest of wealthy media conglomerates.
The US Constitution allows copyright only for a "limited" term (Article 1, Section 8, clause 8). The Court's failure, thus far, to enforce this limit encourages suppression of free speech, as in the "Wind Done Gone" case.
Carl Malamud's "Public Resource" makes US public documents (eg. court decisions, patent filings, and building codes) freely accessible to the taxpayers who paid for them and the people required to know and obey them.
(The name is a parody off "free-range" livestock.)
Questions the panic and litigation-fear that keeps kids from normal, growing activities like walking to school, Halloween trick-or-treating, and school recess.
debunks bogus medical claims.
Robert W. Poole Jr. on Barry Goldwater's foreign policy wisdom [CW]
Comments on the Massacre of 11 Sep 2001
Until Jun 2007, a deja/google search could find most of my Usenet postings under author
"Hugo S. Cunningham". For reasons unclear, that no longer works. They can still be found under my original "author" E-mail addresses (real or artificial), but those have changed over the years.
ISO Latin-1 "accented" characters in HTML
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Robert Beard of Bucknell University started a portal to on-line dictionaries in many foreign languages
A couple of Soviet songs
Some curious quotations (a work in progress) 
Several sites honor William McGonagall of Dundee, allegedly the worst poet in the English language. You can check them out and see for yourself, eg:
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