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Robert James Bidinotto
July/August 2007 -- Okay, I know, that’s a cheap pun. But this July–August 2007 issue marks the start of my third year at the helm of The New Individualist, and that gives me cause to reflect on where The New Individualist has been and where it’s headed. So, I thought I’d take a break from the usual opinionating you find here and instead share with you, our loyal readers, some of those reflections.
July/August 2005 -- I cannot take the helm of this magazine without first paying tribute to the helmsman who has steered it so far, and so true.
Fall 2005 -- The so-called “Takings Clause” of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states: “...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” But like many passages of the Constitution meant to limit government power over the individual, this protection of private property has been undermined over the years by many court rulings.
Fall 2005 --
November 2006 -- The fifth anniversary of the 9/11 atrocity has come and gone. Many of us took time to remember the fallen, and to reflect upon the wider meaning of the ideological threats to our way of life.
March 2006 -- In March, I was stunned to learn of the unexpected death of a remarkable individualist and friend, Madeleine Pelner Cosman.