Tag Archives: Crash of 2009

Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-29C: Situation crumbling?

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  Are things starting to crumble even faster?  The Fuehrer and his minions got another few kicks in the teeth this week.  I feel so sorry for him! Different sets of Nazgul made conflicting rulings on … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-29A: government does NOT protect us.

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  Here are a few examples in the news about what government does (and does not do).  Be warned, please. Job growth picks up in states that raised minimum wage, according to Fox News, quoting US … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #14-27E: Urban areas, economics, and government

By Nathan Barton Good morning and welcome to the end of another week.  Let us briefly look at cities, economic matters, and of course, stupid government, remembering that much government just plain shuts down for the weekend. John Ransom at … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26D: 4th of July and government fireworks

By Nathan Barton Hope that you have a great Independence Day.  Today is the 4th of July, a national holiday celebrated by parties, picnics, and fireworks (where they are legal, at least, and where people can afford them).  Enjoy the … Continue reading

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Baker’s Dozen: America’s Real Financial Situation, not Hillary’s fantasies (Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26A)

By Nathan Barton Good morning, after a lengthy and unplanned weekend with no commentary! My major comment today is in the form of a Baker’s Dozen (TM) on the Economy. Over the past several weeks, I’ve seen a lot of … Continue reading

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Crash of 2009 and government damage to the economy still with us (Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-22E)

By Nathan Barton According to the FedGov and its sycophants and supporters and hangers-on, the “last recession” ended sometime in 2009 and we have been “enjoying” a “modest recovery” for the last five years.  Now, there is worry that (blame … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-22A: Children being “saved”

By Nathan Barton Good morning, and welcome to June.  Children have been in the news the past few days. Everyone knows that children can and must be protected from their parents first and foremost.  We have a number of stories … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-21C: It is about the power

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  Temperatures climbing nationwide as we enter summer but there are still lots of mountains with snow on them, and vast areas still to turn green.  Politically, things remain on the boil, but more and more … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-20E: Home front economics

By Nathan Barton Good morning. Fighting off flu-like symptoms, here is a short commentary to end the week. I start out with a real zinger today.  There are lies, and then there are LIES and then there are BIG WHOPPING … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-18E: Government-ruined schools and taxes

By Nathan Barton Good morning:  some good news to those of us who have to travel a lot on the highways and byways of America: supposedly fuel prices may be dropping a bit as we go into late spring and … Continue reading

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