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Can we do without government?

By Nathan Barton Modern advertising, as we know it today, did not exist until sometime in the 1700s, well after the invention of printing.  Today, in print and electronic media, it is pervasive – and invasive.  We cannot do anything … Continue reading

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Free speech? In DC? Ha!

By Nathan Barton The METRO (the subway and bus/train system which serves the District of Columbia and nearby areas of Northern Virginia and Maryland) has a ban on political and religious advertising on its buses, trains, etc. It is commonly … Continue reading

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False religions, new and old

Libertarian Commentary #16-19C, By Nathan Barton False religions are, of course, a dime a dozen and have been since not all that long after Adam and Eve got kicked out of the garden. Today, more than ever, we see the … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 02 December 2015, #15-48C

by Nathan Barton What comes across my desktop these days seems a steady stream of fearmongering, and predictions of disaster, the world economy is rushing to catastrophe, the American economy is crashing, World War III is being gestated in Syria, … Continue reading

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