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Note: Many more and more recent articles by J. Neil Schulman can be found on J. Neil Schulman @ Rational Review.
- An old review by Neil of C.M. Kornbluth's classic libertarian novel
- Neil decides to put the last nail into the crucifixion of his screenwriting career by ticking off the other half of Hollywood whom he didn't already tick off with his lifetime NRA membership in
Jews for Gibson
- In Two Excerpts from his newest novel, Escape from Heaven, Neil explains how God decided to "trade his omnipotence, his omniscience, and his omnipresence for the possibility of finding love," and why only Adam could redeem his own original sin in "The History of Creation" and "The Gospel According to Jesus."
- Neil makes it up to Steven Spielberg, praises Eddie Murphy and compares Mel Gibson to Fred Astaire, tells you about one of his favorite unsung Disney movies, an independent film, and a Western he likes, skewers another in the endless series of the Evil Hollywood Blacklist movies and hoists Michael Moore on his own petards, in
Neil's IMDb.com Film Reviews
- In an essay written with a New Yorker sensibility -- if he wasn't also a right-wing gun nut -- Neil decides to commit career suicide as a Hollywood screenwriter by criticizing the head of Dreamworks Pictures in
Nietzschean or Human Self Hater?
- JNS reviews another author's take on Jesus returning to earth, tells you about a couple of his favorite books while growing up, praises the Beatles and a classic SF TV show, and reviews a classic Gnostic heresy in
A Few Amazon.com Reviews.
- In FreeRepublic, Neil gets downright neighborly in
Should the U.S. Offer Iraq Statehood?
- In Free Republic, Neil takes us to the Banal Frontier in
Does Star Trek Even Make Sense?
- In an article reprinted from the Sierra Times a year before the pilot episode of the CBS TV series Century City "coincidentally" used the exact same plot device, Neil vividly portrays the human tragedy potential in outlawing cloning in
When Clones Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Clones
- In Rational Review, Neil discusses the ethics of war in
Collateral Damage and the Libertarian Non-Aggression Principle
- In Jerry Pournelle's Chaos Manor, Neil opines on the state of the State of Israel in
- In an article reprinted from the Sierra Times, shortly after 9/11, Neil discussed homeland security in
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself ..."
- Neil asks if our expedient and fluid definitions of childhood are driving our kids crazy in
- Neil comes out of the closet and publicly admits he's had his own conversations with God in
Who Is God and What Was He Thinking, Anyway?
- How can George W. Bush achieve a bipartisan consensus that both conservatives and liberals can live with? Neil cuts to the root of the American experience in
The American Principles: A Guide for President-Elect Bush.
- What is sex and should the Boy Scouts of America have any opinion about it? Neil cites Bill Clinton in defense of the Boy Scouts' exclusion of gay scoutmasters in
The Boys Against the Gays.
- Neil's article "The Ilogic of Animal Rights" has brought him way too much hate mail from animal-rights activists, and Neil delivers the coup de grace to their arguments in
Fifty Things Animals Can't Do.
- Should Republicans steal Joe Lieberman away from Gore and the Democrats? Neil suggests strategic magnamity by asking,
Should President-Elect Bush Offer Secretary of Education to Joe Lieberman?
- Do the Republicans have the stones to win the 2000 presidential election? Neil tells them,
It's Time for Republicans to Tell The Democrats "No!"
- Neil finally admits that he doesn't really care about the NRA, the Second Amendment, or even guns, in Sillygisms.
- Neil applies his talents as a science-fiction writer to ask us Which Future Do You Want For Elian? .
- When is it gentlemanly to curse out a woman? Neil weighs women's wrongs against women's rights in Chivalry, Courtesy, Provocation, Women's Suffrage, and the Vile United Nations .
- His name sounds like all the White House scandals put together, but can Bill Gates be trusted ... or antitrusted? Neil redefines the inquiry in Billgate.Doc.
- How do the U.S. threats to bomb Iraq resemble a pulp science-fiction story published eight months before Pearl Harbor? Find out in Iraqnaphobia.
- Find out who's ultimately to blame for the latest White House scandal in Go Impeach Yourself!
- Neil hoses down the street to get rid of the stale smell of yellow journalism in Two Letters to the Los Angeles Times!
- Make sure you follow the links at the bottom before making up your mind about Seven Tips For Reading in the Home!
- Electing Barney The Dinosaur," Neil's witty morning-after look at the re-election of Bill Clinton, part of Free-Market.Com's Election96 excellent election commentaries.
- Neil responds to an editorial in The Economist in his letter, "Economist Misrepresents American and British Gun Violence."
- "No More Mr. Nice Guy," a poem in which Neil, on the day before he takes his daughter to her first day of kindergarten, reviews the PBS kiddie shows they won't be watching anymore.
- "The Pitchman and the Oracle," how the Internet denizen's hatred
of "spam" plays into the Ruling Class plan for world domination.
- "The Unconstitutional Bill of Rights," where a federal appeals
court repeals one of the Bill of Rights.
- "A Rude Awakening," about the Dunblane massacre.
- "Queen Latifah For President! (Robert Downey, Jr. For Vice President!)"
- "If Alien Abductions Are Real," revenge for the Naked Apes?
- Excellent source of new statistics: "Cease Fire, Ed Asner!"
- Check off items on Neil's "A List For Santa."
- The Factmaster shows "The Illogic of Animal Rights."
- Examples of "Political Behavior."
- "Springtime for Clinton," a review of The American President.
- Prescribed reading: "Medical Technocracy."
- Your are now entering "The Paranoia Game."
- "Keep your Powder dry," a movie review.
- Neil tells you why every critic in America was wrong about Showgirls.
- "The People's Truth," remarks after the O.J. verdict.
- Neil defends the defender of our Right to Keep and Bear Arms, "In Defense of the NRA."
This Page Last Updated June 17, 2011