John W. Boushka, Items Previously Published by Others
(legal name: John William Boushka)
A portion of Chapter 3 of my first DADT book (1997) (Do Ask Do Tell: A Gay Conservative Lashes Back) was reproduced by The Ninth Street Center with permission. The links are no longer there. Today the sites are https://www.ninthstreetcenter.org/ and https://www.rosenfels.org/ �� My own copy of the chapter is here (to be moved soon).
My review of Paul Rosenfels�s book Homosexuality: The Psychology of the Creative Process was at one time republished by the Ninth Street Center with permission. My own site copy is here (to be moved soon).
Ground Zero News (PO Box 1982, Colorado Springs, CO, 80901) Frank Whitworth was the editor when these items were published (around 1994).
1994, "A Question of Honor" (Review of Joe Steffan's Honor Bound, as published by Villard in 1992).
Jan. 1995 "Perils of Rebuttable Presumptions"
March 1995 "Military Ban: Constitutional Questions and Policy Proposal," including June 1993 White House Letter.
January 1996: "Debating
Family Values Honestly" (also printed by the
newsletter of the Baptist Fellowship of Washington DC,
Forward Observer, published by Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Veterans of America, editor Mack Thomas
Summer 1995 "Thoughts on the Ban, A Libertarian View," similar to March 1993 GZN article.
Winter 1998 "Ninth Inning for the Military Ban" (available here).
Minnesota Libertarian, published by the Libertarian Party of Minnesota,
October 1998: "Is Libertarianism Good for Lesbians and Gay Men" (available here), became Appendix 8 of Our Fundamental Rights
July 1999: "Child Online Protection Act Would Suppress Adult Free Speech" (available here)
March 2000: �Don�t Ask, Don�t Tell 2000 (available here)
The Quill, published by Gays and Lesbians for Individual Liberty (website no longer valid). Dave Edmondson was editor until January 1995, when I
became Editor. Address is
Here is the index to the archive of Quill�s at hppub.
August 1994 "A Conservative's Approach to Individual Rights and Responsibilities" (available here)
October 1994: "A Question of Honor" (same as December 1994 Ground Zero News). (available here)
March 1995: Editorials: "The Workplace" and "On the Military Ban"
September 1995: Editorial: "Talk Radio"
August 1996: "A Right to Privacy Amendment?" (available here)
July 1997: Editorial: "Crossroads for Freedom of Speech"
December 1998: "The Child Online Protection Act" and "Psychological Libertarianism"
Quill's between 1995 and March 1998 all contain a news summary section, "What's Happening in Our World" which I write.
The Washington Times has published
four Letters to the Editor by me. They are (1)
US News and World Report, Blue Chip, published a letter by me on "gay witchhunts" on
The Washington Blade published my "paraphrase of the military
�Business Ethics, Professionalism, and the
Workplace: Information Systems (1997): published at https://www.trcc.commnet.edu/, no longer available
I also developed (for hire) a multiple choice test for Brainbench in 2002 (25 questions) in Microsoft Access, but I no longer have it; the copyright belongs to them. I did ask a question about "conflict of interest" over Internet speech that got their attention!
Apparently the 1997 link was for this item:�� available here
Public speaking engagements: ("Public speaking is very easy." Al Gore (or was it Dan Quayle??), Oct. 1995)
I am published in an anthology:
Wells, Ken R. Teenage Sexuality: Opposing Viewpoints.
I have a contribution on p. 183 'Homosexuality Should Be Discussed in High Schools', in a chapter called 'What Should Teens Be Taught About Sex?' p 168
Amazon link: This is part of the Opposing Viewpoints Series.
The original essay text was this: July 1997: "Editorial: Teaching about Homosexuality in Public High Schools"
Much older publications:
"Family Men," in The
Gay Old Times,
Personal Responsibility," Understanding,
Master's Thesis for M.A. Degree in Mathematics, Jan. 1968, at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Furthermore, a reconstructed freshman English theme for the 1961 class discussed in the book, regarded as "third party" since it is an academic assignment.
Interview of me by "Call Me Ignorant #24" on Bitchute: Interview of me June 2019. OK, Youtube has a problem with this and needs to be on a "free-speech" platform"? That is wokeness.
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