Tag Archives: liberty

Aren’t they always? Part 2 – Nazgul

By Nathan Barton Just as political parties are always screaming about how evil their opponents are, so too are Nazgul constantly finding reasons to steal away rights, often for their own perceived self-interest. Ammoland talks about how Ruth Ginsburg, the … Continue reading

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Bakers Dozen ™ Rules for liberty partisans

By Nathan Barton The enemies of liberty are all around us: we must strike and not count the blows; for just one strike, just one effort, is not enough. We are not talking about or advocating aggression against those who … Continue reading

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Does it really matter?

By Nathan Barton We are now in the latter part of July: the old party conventions are starting, and the last stages of the 2016 General Election in the Fifty States will unfold. The actors are being finalized, the stage … Continue reading

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The Somme, Canada Day, and the Second and Fourth of July

By Nathan Barton On the 1st of July, I wrote of the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, and how it crafted the world in which we live in 2016. Let me expand on that a bit. The … Continue reading

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Government gone wild: out of the bedroom, into the bathroom

by Nathan Barton Raw Story reports that New York City has joined the latest political fad, as their Council approves a unisex bathroom requirement. “The New York City Council on Tuesday (last week) approved a law requiring single-stall public bathrooms … Continue reading

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Celebrate!

By Nathan Barton Last Thursday, by about 52 to 48 percent, British subjects of Her Majesty voted to divorce the island nation from the European Union, triggering celebration and panic and predictions of a glorious future and a hideous future. … Continue reading

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*acebook: enemy of liberty and privacy?

By Nathan Barton Government and other criminals (pirates, slavers, burglars, con-artists, etc.) are not the only enemies of liberty, including our rights of privacy and many others. Consider the big, and increasingly powerful, social media, information technology companies, and food … Continue reading

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Webster and “just rulers” – Does Webster make sense?

By Nathan Barton Noah Webster, a genius in the early 19th Century, wrote much about government, politics, and society. He is best known for his dictionary, but his writings are extensive and thoughtful, and worth perusing nearly two centuries later. … Continue reading

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Selling us down the river

By Nathan Barton Anti-Liberty No, it isn’t due to their toking up. It is simply the same old transnational socialism/progressivism, perhaps the worst extreme form of statism which we now face. Rolling Stone Magazine has joined the New York Times, … Continue reading

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The arrogance and overreach of human government

By Nathan Barton How much power do human governments have? And specifically, how much power do SOME human governments have? I think that it is clear that too many people, not just those IN these various governments, think that government … Continue reading

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