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RIP: Bill of Rights Day – Mourning

By Nathan Barton Monday is “Bill of Rights Day” and I think it is appropriate to use the opportunity to remember the late and great document which once helped us keep some hard-won liberties. Therefore, I’d like to suggest that … Continue reading

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Evil disguised as care and compassion, tyranny disguised as liberty (was Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-48D)

By Nathan Barton Happy Thanksgiving! I wrote about thanks yesterday; fortunately, most of us still have many things to be thankful to God about, but we also need to include both prayers for deliverance (and the strength of will to … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-48A: Irrigation season approaching? Or already here?

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  The tree of liberty must be watered at frequent intervals by the blood of patriots and tyrants.  It is the duty of every lover of liberty to make the tyrants (and their minions) provide the … Continue reading

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United No More?

by Susan Callaway and Nathan Barton This week, on Thursday the 18th, up to 4.3 of 5.3 million Scots subjects of Her Majesty will vote on whether or not to secede from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the News, #14-36E: The problems with government are…

By Nathan Barton …too long to list, and keep to under 1,000 words.  But good morning, anyway, and here is a few stories and quotes that attracted my attention today. Anyway, Good morning! I haven’t commented on quotes much recently, … Continue reading

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Fools Seeking More Foolishness

By Bradley Harrington “Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.” – H.G. Wells, “The Outline of History,” 1920 – Politics, as a branch of philosophy, deals with the fundamental principles a group of people employ … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the News, #14-33F: Blessings and curses

by Nathan Barton Good morning.  As things seem to spiral downward both at home and abroad, it never hurts to realize that we have many blessings.  So (at risk of ticking off people who do not believe) join me in … Continue reading

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Is it time yet?

by Nathan Barton One of our better known libertarian authors has been asked this question often, starting with her 1996 book (my oh my, 18 years ago now!): “America is at that awkward stage; it’s too late to work within the … Continue reading

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Liberty: The Gold That Does Not Glitter

By The Hunter, Knight of Non-Aggression All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes a … Continue reading

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The Hobby Lobby Decision: Nazgul in Action

By Nathan Barton On  the last day of June, the US Supreme Court, the Nine Nazgul, in a 5-4 decision, Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby and three other closely-held corporations, which challenged the ObummerCare mandate that all … Continue reading

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