Category Archives: Friends of Liberty

“Do as I say, not as I do.” Politicians can’t change their stripes.

As we enter into a period that might be the beginning of the beginning of the end of the Pandemic Panic, we find that “caution” (mascaraing as paranoid, panic, fear and terror) on the part of the politicians and the … Continue reading

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Unintended consquences? COVID-19 brings out people’s true beliefs

Thoughts shared by a retired newspaper publisher and Great Plains farm wife: Evidently, its taking a pandemic to bring out people’s true beliefs. Politicians are fighting each other, citizens are losing their livelihoods, numbers of coronavirus victims are questioned, some … Continue reading

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Guest column: Fire extinguishers and guns

Nathan’s notes:  I found this recently and want to share it.  I am posting this without Mr. Post’s permission, as Quora.com has very poor ways to contact people who write answers.  Mr. Post, if you object, please contact me and … Continue reading

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Guest column: Americans Should be Very Skeptical Of Calls For New Terrorism Laws

Editor’s note:  I am reposting this column by Caitlin Johnstone from one of Laissez Faire / Agora’s many publications, as it brings forward a very real concern.  I wrote my column on “One-Minute Hate” before reading this or anything on … Continue reading

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Guest column – When being an immigrant meant something positive

by Rosemary LeBonte (Please see my comments at the end. – Nathan) Back in 1900, when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to the United States, people had to get off a ship and stand … Continue reading

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Guest Column – Why it’s called Independence Day

By Bob Livingston Note: I am republishing this from Mr. Livingston because I think it deserves as much distribution as possible.  Please, please share this with others. On June 7, 1776, the Continental Congress met at Philadelphia and received Richard … Continue reading

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Justin Raimondo – rest in peace

By Nathan Barton Liberty has lost a good – excellent! – friend and advocate. Or at least anything more from him. His existing, huge body of work for liberty and freedom, and against the state and war will be long … Continue reading

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The bizarre relationship between the FedGov and Wall Street

May I offer readers a guest column! Jim Carter has submitted this fascinating look at how Big Government (the FedGov) and Big Finance (“Wall Street”) conspire and cooperate.  I think you will find this of interest.  It is a long … Continue reading

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Gun Grabber Posters

By MamaLiberty Do you wish there was something you could DO about the gun grabbers? Here’s something fairly simple… If you’ve got a blog, FB page, Twitter or Gab account (or whatever), grab these and let them loose on the … Continue reading

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Lincoln – Truth and Consequences

By MamaLiberty Yesterday, Feb. 12, was listed on my calendar as Lincoln’s birthday. I didn’t notice it then, even went to the county library – which was open! These past “presidents” don’t get much attention these days, since so many … Continue reading

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