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April: Liberty Month?

By Nathan Barton Yes, I know the month is half-over, but I’ve been mulling this over a while.  Humans are weird (as if you didn’t know that) and we get all hyper over dates and anniversaries and seasons and feasts … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-12A: Theft is a many-splendored thing.

By Nathan Barton Good morning!  If you haven’t already, visit and read my rant “In my inbox…” written on a cold, snowy Saturday afternoon here in the Paha Sapa. Even as I am going through news stories right now, looking … Continue reading

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The government WILL disarm us, IF we let them

By Nathan Barton Usually, the columnists over at FreedomOutpost.com are thoughtful, make pretty good analyses, and understand the world we live in. Sadly, Tim Brown fails to meet that mark, when he writes, “Our government isn’t going to disarm us.” … Continue reading

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Bill of [Rights] Restraints Day

By Robert Greenslade – © Nitwit Press December 15th is the 222nd anniversary of the adoption of the Amendments commonly known as the Bill of Rights. Unfortunately, a majority of the American people still do not understand the true intent … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-48A/B: Political correctness and other evils

Many of the stories today are about events that are the result of political correctness, and show that freedom of speech, a basic, God-given right for all people, is not recognized by many people and organizations today, whether it is … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-46A: A slow start to the week

A slow start indeed to the week and the month, as we slip down to the Christmas-New Year’s season.  Lots of news but not enough time, so here are some interesting and perhaps important stories and comments. Islamic wars – … Continue reading

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Did You Ever Lick a Knife?

It’s not that people are dumber, it’s that stupidity used to be more painful. (Author of quote unknown) When I was about four years old, we stayed for a while with our Aunt Kay after father died. She had a … Continue reading

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False Guilt and The Common Good

By MamaLiberty As we approach the holidays, it is a good time to take a look at ourselves, to examine our motives and the principles on which we base our decisions. My father’s favorite saying was about the man who … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-37C: Free Will and the Price We Pay

Weeks come and weeks go, and now, welcome to Fall 2013, A.L. (Anno Libertalius 237), and the fifth year of the glorious reign of our evil, scum-sucking “messiah.”  To our everlasting shame.  In Europe, nearly seventy years of history is … Continue reading

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Downsizing Government

What does the president of the US (whoever that might be) actually DO that improves your life and helps provide the essentials necessary for survival? What would you like him (or her) to do that would improve your life without … Continue reading

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