Author Archives: MamaLiberty

About MamaLiberty

As a lifelong individualist and voluntarist, my philosophy can best be summarized here: No human being has the right -- under any circumstances -- to initiate force against another human being, nor to threaten or delegate its initiation. Self defense, and the defense of others, is a basic right of all living creatures. After a long career as a registered nurse in So. Calif, I retired in 2005 to NE Wyoming, living alone in my own log home, with good friends and neighbors all around. Biological family includes two grown sons and five grandchildren, unfortunately still in California. In addition to writing and editing, I garden, sew, cook and bake my own bread from home ground wheat and other grains. Hobbies include identification and cultivation of wild food and herbs. I am also a certified instructor for firearms and self defense. I carry a gun at all times.

Fedzilla’s Land Grabs, Part I

By Bradley Harrington “The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the state governments are numerous and indefinite.” — James Madison, “The Federalist No. 45,” 1788 – … Continue reading

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If I Were The President…

By Bradley Harrington “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.” — Theodore Roosevelt, “Letter to Henry Sprague,” 1900 – In view of the fact that we as a nation are well on our way towards electing … Continue reading

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Watch Out for the “Economic Development” Scammers

By Bradley Harrington “When plunder becomes a way of life, men create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” — Frederic Bastiat, “Economic Sophisms,” 1848 – “Economic development” is the new buzz … Continue reading

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The Voluntaryists

By Garry Reed  The Voluntaryists Versus the NSA: Part I Saving Snowden (left); Part II Shielding Assange (right) | Source Fun & Freedom Are you tired of mucking through mounds of political pap in search of a little liberating sunlight … Continue reading

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Hot Air and Broken Promises

By Bradley Harrington “Money is MADE – before it can be looted or mooched – made by the effort of every honest man, each to the extent of his ability. An honest man is one who knows that he can’t … Continue reading

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Dissing Snowden

by L. Reichard White In tandem with the release of Oliver Stone’s excellent biopic “Snowden” this week, there’s also a resurgence of the effort to discredit NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden. I don’t need to suggest who might be interested in … Continue reading

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The Strangest Fires Ever Told

by L. Reichard White The extraordinary claim that fire was the ultimate cause of the complete progressive collapse of three skyscrapers on September 11, 2001 is the flimsy foundation upon which the Police State is being constructed. How realistic is … Continue reading

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Mob Rule…

From an email… no attribution. But so very true I couldn’t resist… Who owns your life? You… or the voters?

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Good Morning America!

By MamaLiberty I LOVE the smell of cordite and the sound of gunfire in the morning! Have you ever been to an Appleseed shoot? I’ve been to four of them, three as a participant, and the last one at my … Continue reading

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Election SIT-Out

By MamaLiberty Two good posts at LRC blog today by Michael S. Rozeff: #Election Sitout Sit-ins used to be popular. I recommend a SIT-OUT. I recommend an ELECTION SIT-OUT. And Effects of #VotingSitout A #VotingSitout is partly symbolic, partly motivational, … Continue reading

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