Category Archives: Ideas for liberty

Revolution spreading?

Back in the 1770s, the tax revolt against Parliament and King George did not instantly flare up in even half-a-dozen colonies, but rather started in a few places and spread from there. That was not entirely due to poor communications … Continue reading

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Collapsing civilization? Electrical power in North America

Anyone who has perused a survivalist or prepper website or gotten emails from all those people that sell goods and services for that market has probably seen multiple stories and concerns about the vulnerability of the electrical power supply in … Continue reading

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The 39 flavors of socialism

We are told today that more and more young people in America think highly of socialism. They believe it superior to capitalism or other forms of economy and government. They say that socialism is the wave of the future. That … Continue reading

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Time to offend?

By Nathan Barton The entire Democratic and neverTrumper Republican effort on the 2020 election, together with dozens of news stories on a weekly basis reveals that the enemies of liberty are desperate and fearful. Even if their object of attack … Continue reading

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Beyond eternal vigilance

What is the price of liberty? To put it another way, what are we willing to pay for liberty? Eternal vigilance, yes – especially once you have liberty.  Once you have won that liberty, at whatever cost. But what are … Continue reading

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Eternal vigilance

The Price of Liberty is… Eternal Vigilance The name of Mama Liberty’s webzine is of course taken from this well-known (and often misattributed) quote, but she always looked at it as having many levels of meaning.   The earliest known … Continue reading

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Liberty and the environment

I’ve been asked this question more than once over the years, as an environmental engineer: “If business is not regulated by government, wouldn’t the environment be destroyed?” Here is a compendium of my answers, over time. Here in the Fifty … Continue reading

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