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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-39E: World events and home front news

SHALE GAS – Europe’s COLLAPSE There will be no revolution in Europe (Les Echos) This week, France confirmed its ban on shale gas exploitation and the European Parliament demanded environmental impact studies before all test drilling starts. More obstacles for … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #13-08A: TSA, Guns, and G-d

Work and family demands are cutting my writing this week, as they did last week.  Still I am accommodating demands by my faithful readers (BOTH of them) to continue to comment on things. Due to some technical glitches, the denizens … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. Security Agent,

I was going to write something profound and serious and, maybe even snarky… but Matt Bracken beat me to it. So, instead of pounding the keys myself, here’s Matt at the Western Rifle Shooters website. Damned good… damned right! The … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #12-51B: Home Front

Home Front: TSA Thuggery and Congress in Action Is TSA dead? (Huntington Post) One by one, panelists took turns excoriating the agency charged with protecting America’s transportation systems. It was plainly clear why Pistole was a no-show, and it had … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #12-49E: Thanksgiving & Lost Liberty

Thanksgiving is a time to remember what we are thankful for, and there are many things for which I am thankful, even though those tend to get crowded out by the week’s and day’s worries and frustrations.  But here is … Continue reading

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