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Arlington House and the Many Crimes of Abraham Lincoln

By Nathan Barton This week is the 150th anniversary of the first military burial at what today is Arlington National Cemetery outside the District of Criminals in Virginia.  The site was, in 1863, known as Lee House, the Custis-Lee Plantation, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-09E: Nanny state and culture warfare

By Nathan Barton Good morning!  Having talked about stupidity for several days, let me move on (or back) to the nanny state and all the culture war type evils we find today. Our beloved nanny of nanny agencies, the Department … Continue reading

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The Coming Civil War? Oathkeepers’ dilemma

Are things in this nation heating up?  Today’s little DC street scene (reminding so much of Deadwood’s and Hill City’s daily gunfights during the tourist season, except for (maybe) the real blood) is a reminder of just how on edge … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #12-50C: Military and more

Military – Stupid government tricks Breaking Private Manning (CounterPunch by Michael Ratner) “By the time the 23-year-old soldier’s court martial starts on February 4, 2013, Bradley Manning will have spent 983 days in prison, including nine months in solitary confinement, … Continue reading

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Military: women in combat (Libertarian Commentary on the News, #12-50D)

Military – Stupid people tricks ACLU sues over policy barring women from ground combat (Reuters) “The American Civil Liberties Union sued on Tuesday on behalf of four U.S. servicewomen to challenge a longstanding policy barring women from thousands of ground … Continue reading

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