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Wyoming still lets “law enforcement” steal from travelers

By Nathan Barton In the old days in England, people had to put up with “highwaymen” – armed robbers who would come upon unsuspecting travelers (on foot, horseback, in carts or stages) and order them to “stand and deliver.” Often … Continue reading

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Politics 2016 and Looting (A Rant)

Nathan’s Rant, 20 January 2016 (#16-03C) by Nathan Barton H.L. Mencken wrote: “Every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods.” This may never be more true than in 2016 in the Fifty States. I’ve given some … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 20 November 2015, #15-46D: Government is Evil

by Nathan Barton Theoretically, and morally, “governments” (and therefore, the State) are supposed to protect and defend good people from bad people: to prevent (and if necessary) punish evil-doers and their acts of evil: theft, murder, aggression in various ways, … Continue reading

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