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Living free – first responders?

by Nathan Barton Do we know what it means to live free?  Are do we depend on government and other institutions too much? The term “first responders” is commonly understood today and frequently used to describe the various services (usually … Continue reading

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Wyoming – business as usual

By Nathan Barton Mama Liberty would have loved this story, found in the Lusk Herald in their 18 April 2019 issue (hardcopy only; I was unable to find it on their website). In Buffalo, Wyoming, a wanted man fled law … Continue reading

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Government’s results on display again

By Nathan Barton The recent swarms of tornadoes across the eastern Great Plains and the record-setting flooding in Louisiana have once again showcased the benefits of depending on government for assistance in times of disaster and emergency. And at the … Continue reading

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Disasters and the Response of Lovers of Liberty

Libertarian Commentary #16-19A  by Nathan Barton This incident should be of great interest and closely watched by a whole raft of folks. A massive wildfire has forced evacuation of Fort McMurray, Alberta, as reported by CBS News. “The entire population … Continue reading

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