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Libertarian News and Comments for 10 JUN 2015, #15-23A: Nazgul & Disabilities & More

By Nathan Barton Today, I have the commentary in two parts. Enjoy! Nazgul (Judges) especially in committees What power does Congress have?  According to a Washington Post article, not much: the Nazgul ruled Monday that the president alone has the … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #15-07A: The elite with us.

By Nathan Barton Good morning!  Though still very much under the weather, I hope to have several commentaries published this week. Here are several stories from recent days. Elites?  Gag. The WaPo claims that “love brought Oregon’s governor down” when … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #15-06A: Overcoming! (This and That)

By Nathan Barton [Mama's Note: So glad to see Nathan posting again! He's been quite ill, and is not 100% yet, but I'm sure he'll be well soon. Welcome back, my friend. ] Well, we are half through the winter, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-04E: Decline and Collapse

By Nathan Barton Good morning: the theme of many stories today is “Decline and Collapse.”  How quickly is the system, the society, the civilization collapsing?  Here are some examples. Educational system collapse:  The schools continue to decline ever more rapidly.  … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #15-02A: Gas prices and more

By Nathan Barton Good morning, and I hope you have a good week.  Last week was fixated on the Islamic war, especially the European front.  But there is other news, and here are a few topics: oil and fuel being … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #15-01E: Legislatures in session: hold on!

By Nathan Barton Good morning! A short commentary today, as I get back on the road. For many states, and for the FedGov, the legislative season has opened.  Unfortunately, NO, you can not buy a license or a tag for … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News: #14-51C: Economy slipping?

By Nathan Barton Good afternoon! Let us look at the economy briefly, with a couple of stories. Convenience Store Decisions, a professional webzine I receive, notes that demand for gasoline in the US nosedived after Thanksgiving, despite the continued drop in … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-50C: Historical changes in the Middle East; dead letters

By Nathan Barton Whether we want to admit it or not, history is constantly being rewritten, and what we see in the world today is much different in many ways that what was seen a quarter- or half-century behind us, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-49E: Bad cops, bad laws

by Nathan Barton Yesterday, I was looking at racism and welfare (entitlements) and the Home Front.  More today, it seems… Speaking of welfare queens, how about American cops? Regardless of skin color. “The White House is pushing a multi-million-dollar program … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-49C: Burials and corruption

By Nathan Barton Good day!  An odd historical reference/discovery is my theme for some of the stories today, and I think you will have as much fun reading them as I did writing! According to the WaPo, “DNA evidence proves … Continue reading

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