Category Archives: Friends of Liberty

Ken Starr – and a bygone era

A few days ago, Ken Starr passed away, going Home, in Houston, Texas. Although we here at The Price of Liberty did not agree with brother Starr on some things, politically, governmentally, or religiously, he was still a person who … Continue reading

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Can State legislatures be “reformed” or even “restored” to better ways?

From ideas by Ari Armstrong Bad as the US Congress and the House of Commons in London, Ottawa, and Canberra are, many State and provincial legislatures are just as bad. We can argue that some (California and Ontario come to … Continue reading

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A beautiful summary of guvmint beer flu “mis-statements” (lies)

Again this year, we see government – and all the enemies of liberty – eating their own. One of the latest examples of seeming cannibalism in the beloved Centers for Disease Control and its Director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky. Even NPR … Continue reading

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Guest column: Unimpeded mobility: right NOT privilege

Editor’s note: This commentary by Robert J Hansen was originally published at Newsbreak.com. as “Unimpeded Mobility: the right to drive, on 26 August 2021, and is published for purposes of commentary. Mr. Hansen is not affiliated with TPOL in any … Continue reading

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Walter E. Williams – he will be missed

I just heard on a talk radio program that the beloved Walter E. Williams has just passed away. None of the “regular” news sites have reported this, but I assume it is true: he was 84. Walter was an American … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on “A view of war…”

Here are some thoughts on Margaret Figert’s article, which we published yesterday. I believe that it is a timely article, and worth spreading. She obviously did not write that with the viewpoint that we are engaged in the great struggle … Continue reading

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A view of war from the Great Plains

Editor’s Note: I am posting part of a commentary from Margaret Figert, a retired frontier newspaper publisher, writing from Valentine Nebraska, on the edge of the Sand Hills and the Great Sioux Nation. I’ll provide some comments on her commentary … Continue reading

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“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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