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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-15C: Taxes, Thugs, and Blood

By Nathan Barton Good morning, all.  Look around and enjoy the day, remember that even when there are bad things going on, there is still a lot of good around: family and friends and neighbors and pets and plants… Do … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #14-14A: massas or farmers?

By Nathan Barton Good morning in an April spring.  As fields start to green up and leaves start to bud, many folks’ thoughts turn to farming and gardening.  Apparently, those who claim to rule over us, seem to be treating … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-13D: Prayer, ObummerCare, and Sanctions

By Nathan Barton Good afternoon. In what may be a short week due to weather, travel, and work, I will be traveling into the Wild West, the wilderness of the Eastern Plains of Colorado, heartland of the still not-yet-born “State … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-12C: Short Wednesday Comments

Good morning!  When your family has all put in forty hours of work and it is only Tuesday night, you can figure it is going to be a long week.  That is the case with us:  a second landfill fire … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #14-11A: Crimea and America

Good morning!  Well, the Crimea has voted to secede and join Russia.  War hasn’t broken out in Ukraine and the Crimea yet, and the ‘messiah’ hasn’t bombed Moscow yet, or even told Pepsi to stop selling to the Russians.  The … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-08C: Secession and Nullification

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  Governors were upset about the proposed budget cuts for military forces and gutting the National Guard budget, manpower, and missions.  But some are upset about more than just that.  Sure, it is politics as usual, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-42D: Politics 2013

A few thoughts on a few political matters and events this week! Racism in government – Politics 2013 Holder may pursue civil rights charges against Zimmerman (Conservative Action Alerts) U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder may pursue civil rights charges against … 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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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-34D: Syria and other stupidity

The “messiah” and stupid government tricks Rumsfeld: Obama Has Driven Our Country Into a Cul-de-Sac (CNSNews.com) Nathan: Well, I don’t think “cul-de-sac” is a good word: it implies neatness and orderliness and good planning and engineering.  Nope, he has driven … Continue reading

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Resisting Tyranny in the Police State of Colorado

Colorado is my birthplace, though my heritage is mixed Scots-Irish-English-Texan-Comanche.  It is also where I completed both high school and college, and I was a citizen there for many years.  So I consider it important to me and my family, … Continue reading

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