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Personal Liberty and Security, a rant

Libertarian Commentary #16-08B by Nathan Barton While we understand (as too few do) that liberty is a greater good and priority than security, the two ARE connected. Overall, in the long term, security for individuals and families is ONLY possible … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #14-42D: People are the problem

By Nathan Barton Good morning. As many as 1,000 potential jurors may be called to fill out questionnaires that will eventually lead to the selection of a panel that will decide the fate of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-37D: Weekend news good and bad

Good morning.  Despite the Road-E-O, had to hit a few stories today! The National Institutes of Health study released states that more physical ailments are reported by people who live near natural gas wells (and therefore, fracking operations) in Washington … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-18A: Government action versus voluntary private action

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  A few stories from the weekend and even last week, which I think you will find of interest.  Apparently, Ukraine did NOT explode over the weekend, although Mount St. Helens is showing life and there … Continue reading

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