Monthly Archives: November 2019

Rational response to political problems? Not in Congress.

Is it possible for “democracy” to address matters that affect communities, states, and even the world in a way that is rational, and not overwhelmed by emotions, even madness? Is it possible even in a republic? Or a tyranny or … Continue reading

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Manmade global warming? or global cooling?

Now nearly 40 years behind us, the era of above-ground nuclear bomb tests (1945 to 1980) has been described more than once as a very long, drawn-out nuclear war. Indeed, with 521-529 above-ground detonations (numbers vary based on data sources … Continue reading

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Washington's Thanksgiving Day Proclamation

Please read and share: See below for further thoughts. Thanksgiving ProclamationNew York, 3 October 1789(Bold is added by theĀ editor.) By the President of the United States of America. a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge … Continue reading

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Libertarian view of history of the Black Hills now available

As discussed earlier in November, The Price of Liberty now has a short history (still in progress) of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. You may view it here, or by clicking on the link in the masthead … Continue reading

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Protests

The list of nations around the world with nearly constant and widespread protests seems to be growing. Here are at least some:

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A baker’s dozen ™ things for lovers of liberty to be thankful for

By Nathan Barton As lovers of liberty, and as free people, we have every right to be thankful (or NOT to be thankful) to God (and to others) for the wonderful things that we enjoy, that are good (or good … Continue reading

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Our climate and weather hubris – and what we can do

In a recent commentary, about the predictions of this winter (2019-20) being a bad one, I touched on the topic of that new religion, global warming. Let us take a bit and put the claims in proper perspective. To do … Continue reading

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