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.

A Possible Miracle for MamaLiberty

By MamaLiberty I’ve been told since 1949 that my hearing loss was permanent, and that nothing could be done for it. Each time my hearing has been tested since then, the message was the same: hearing aids will not help … Continue reading

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“Uninstall the system”

Or, Confessions of a Disillusioned (Former) Libertarian (by the Brunette) A Mother’s day call to family back east involved several handsets, 9 family members, and lots of background noise. Hard to tell who I was talking with at times, and … Continue reading

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Titanic Hillary

By Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The headlines of two articles appearing simultaneously and fortuitously in today’s issue of The Wall Street Journal say it all: “Brazilian President Rousseff’s Downfall Was Years in the Making” (5/12/16) and “Emails Are Likely to … Continue reading

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Oozing Sleaze — Secretary Clinton Surges Onward and Upward

By Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The left-of-center main stream media — which believes that it is entitled to foist the next president of the United States on a gullible public — has been bullying Senator Sanders and his supporters to … Continue reading

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Let’s Change The $20. Bill

Indeed… let’s talk about important things like who’s image is on the fiat “money.”

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Voting and Complaining

By MamaLiberty Every election cycle, at least a few people tell me that if I don’t “vote,” I can’t complain about the results. This has never made any sense at all to me, but this year it seems even more … Continue reading

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Mama’s Note:

Nathan is traveling again, and very busy, so there may not be any new commentary until next week. I’m trying to come up with something myself… but I’ve said it all so often I can’t seem to make it sound … Continue reading

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Yet Another Hillary Big Lie

By Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Upwards of ninety percent of the American electorate finds Secretary Hillary Clinton untrustworthy and what she said at a recent roundtable on equal pay in New York — in advance of the Democratic primary in New … Continue reading

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Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost?

By Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The Michigan Democratic primary was a close race which Secretary Hillary Clinton unexpectedly lost and Senator Bernie Sanders surprisingly won. The pundit analyses of this unanticipated reversal relied almost exclusively on economic explanations.  It looked … Continue reading

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My “Every Day Carry” (EDC)

By MamaLiberty Over at The Truth About Guns, many people have posted pictures of the things they carry every day, and some good commentary on why they do so. But, so far, it’s all been about men and what they … Continue reading

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