Category Archives: Nathan’s Rants

Feral Bullies In action

The Washington Times reports that on Friday, the FBI arrested a pro-life activist in Pennsylvania for allegedly twice for “attack of a patient escort” because he shoved a pro-abortion activist to the ground twice during anti-abortion protests in Philadelphia in … Continue reading

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The price of slavery

What is slavery? Libertarians tend to include taxation – involuntary taxation – as a form of slavery. That is, taxes forced out of people (whether the force is actual or implied/threatened) for which nothing of worth is actually exchanged. It … Continue reading

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The watermelon gang

A number of prominent political commentators have recently spoken out about the dangers of Russian propaganda. In some cases, they’ve traced the Russian disinformation and propaganda pushed in the last three or four years back to the Soviet propaganda work … Continue reading

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Politics 2022 – Why governments want inflation

On Wednesday, as expected and as we were warned dozens if not hundreds of times, the Fed raised interest rates. While we here at TPOL don’t pretend to understand the reasoning – or even why the Fed should have any … Continue reading

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Memes, games, and fraud in the 2022 political climate

While we here at TPOL are working on a reduced schedule (for The Price of Liberty) and even going for hours at a time without listening to news, we can’t help hearing some. Like the accusations being made against a … Continue reading

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Why the 2022 elections probably won’t change things in the States

Once again we are constantly told by pundits of all flavors that this upcoming election is critical to the future of the nation. With less than six weeks to go, our mailboxes are filled with political junk mail, the radio … Continue reading

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Repost: Kleptocracy, conspicuous consumption, and arrogance

Publisher’s Note: Due to a glitch not found until late Saturday, the 17th, so that the website was not accessible, we did not this out to our subscribers and others in a timely manner, so we are republishing it. With … Continue reading

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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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Perceptions – Martha’s Vineyard and other things

We humans tend to – and love to – exaggerate. Especially when it concerns our enemies and rivals: in romance, business, war,… or politics. The latest (and rather amusing, in a weird sort of way) example is found at Fox … Continue reading

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Kleptocracy, conspicuous consumption, and arrogance

Today’s American politicians are clearly trying to keep up with the Joneses – or in this case, with the House of Windsor. Or so it seems. The death of Elizabeth reminds us that the Windsors are among the wealthiest families … Continue reading

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