Category Archives: History of Liberty

In requiem: the Democracy of the “United States of America.”

With the end of the second decade of the 21st Century, democracy has died, and is replaced by a mobocracy which may swiftly transform into a tyranny. However oblivious and unwilling the observer, it is clearer than ever that government … Continue reading

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Happy Hanukkah – may liberty in God be found again!

Today (it is after sunset) was the last day of the Festival of Lights, better known as Hanukkah. Mostly celebrated only by those of the Hebrew faith (Jews), it is a holiday for all lovers of liberty. It is a … Continue reading

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Four hundred years

The year 2020, for all its problems, is the Four-hundredth anniversary of the founding of Plymouth Colorado, the beginnings of Massachusetts and the original “Northern Colonies” – established for much different reasons than Virginia and the rest of the Southern … Continue reading

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COVID-19 madness is really not new

It seems, that COVID-19 is contagious – even highly contagious. But the rate of spread and contagion of the novel coronavirus pales in comparison to the rate of spread of panic and madness triggered by this pandemic. Madness? First, the … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s evil history … (part 2)

See here for Part 1, and here for why I’m writing about New Mexico’s history and hostility to liberty. Mexico’s legacy – its political and cultural DNA – continues to breed true, traced from Iberia and its 700 year fight … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s evil history of tyranny and oppression (part 1)

To understand the situation in New Mexico, its enmity towards liberty, and its tolerance and embrace of tyranny (currently in the form of MIchelle Lujan Gresham), we have to look at history, going back 1400 years and across the seas. … Continue reading

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Revolution and counter-revolution: enemies and The Enemy

By Nathan Barton We are the heirs of the American Revolution. They are the heirs of the French and Haitian and Bolshevik Revolutions — the heirs of the street mobs, of the guillotine and the gulag. Actually, they are COUNTER-Revolutionaries: … Continue reading

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At last! A reason to support this new pogrom – Woodrow Wilson

We watch the increasingly shrill (and violent) attacks on anything and everything that can possibly be labeled as “racist.” This is exploding from the Twenty-Dollar Revolt over the killing of Minneapolis criminal George Floyd by a “racist” obviously abusive jack-booted … Continue reading

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What is a dictator?

Following up “What is a tyrant?” The dictionary tells us DICTATOR  a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained control by force; a person who behaves in an autocratic way; (in ancient Rome) a chief … Continue reading

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A Baker’s Dozen ™ characteristics of a police state

We frequently hear warnings of the Fifty States (or some one state) becoming a “police state.” Merriam-Webster’s Police state definition is – a political unit characterized by repressive governmental control of political, economic, and social life usually by an arbitrary exercise of power … Continue reading

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