Tag Archives: Federal government

Who’s in charge, anyhow?

Although this is usually (for us here at TPOL) a rhetorical spiritual question, it doesn’t hurt to ask it regarding politics and liberty, now and then. Who is really running things? The thought this time is triggered by a blogger … Continue reading

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How many fronts?

In WW2, the FedGov was apparently fighting a war, officially, on two fronts: The Great Pacific War against Japan (supported by primarily the British and their Empire as allies and China), and The Hitler War (with again, British Imperial allies, … Continue reading

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States and the FedGov

By Nathan Barton Well, the election is almost over: the House and Senate must officially view and accept the Electoral College’s vote on 6 January, but there is no reason not to assume that Trump will be credited with the … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-43F: Federal Government Incompetence on Parade.

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  A very short final commentary for the week, following 24 hours and 800 miles of driving broken up with meetings and traffic.  Today, lets look at examples of how the FedGov demonstrates incompetence and hurts … Continue reading

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