Monthly Archives: January 2020

A request

By Nathan Barton If any reader has a pdf copy of Mama Liberty’s book “I am not a victim,” could you please e-mail me a copy at TPOLNathan@gmail.com. Both copies I had have been corrupted and are therefore unreadable. Thank … Continue reading

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Once upon a time… no more

Yesterday was part 1 of this commentary. Today? How life has changed from fifty or sixty years ago. And not all due to technology. Today? You dispose of what does not work or when you get the latest gadget. You … Continue reading

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TPOL site back up and running!

Just again letting everyone know that things have been restored so that traffic is flowing freely. By Nathan Barton I suppose I should be used to this with all the construction I’ve been involved with over the years. I very … Continue reading

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Once upon a time… a look back

Part 1 of 2 parts When I was growing up (late 1950’s and 1960s), things were different.

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TPOL temporarily down – have to figure out how to renew domain mapping

If any reader can assist, we are trying to figure out how to renew mapping of the domain for The Price of Liberty on WordPress. Apparently, Nathan did not receive messages warning that the renewal was due on 26 February. … Continue reading

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Is China still a Communist nation?

As China once again is in the news – thanks to the coronavirus and the recent Phase I trade deal – let us look at that empire a bit more. China is increasingly becoming THE bugbear of American politicians and … Continue reading

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The China Crisis

There are very few empires left on this planet. I count three, to be precise; some might have a total of five. Those are the FedGov (USA), India, and China. Some would add France and Russia. All of those are, … Continue reading

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