Tag Archives: food

What can we do?

It is less than two weeks now. As the elections continue to spin more and more out of control, what’s a lover of liberty to do? It isn’t just the election to see who is Massa on January the 20th. … Continue reading

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The extreme nanny state event horizon?

One of the many marvelous scenes in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is the discussion of the “Shoe Event Horizon.” Emotional depression turns into economic madness. Read about it here. I wonder if we here in 21st Century America, … Continue reading

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Hope: Food and Medicine

By Nathan Barton Anyone remember Soylent Green? SF story and movie? Well, apparently a company in California (where else?) is now producing a “super milkshake” called Soylent. Pricey stuff, too! (At least for us frontier Westerners.) Their website doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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Low how the mighty have fallen: deterioration, decay, and collapse

Libertarian Commentary #16-09D by Nathan Barton Lo, how the mighty have fallen. The deterioration of government and society and the current “civilization” worldwide proceeds apace.  Stories this week illustrate this, and send a chill up my spine. The major example … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 13 NOV 2015; #15-45C: Bad Luck?

By Nathan Barton A constant theme from some parts of the “larger” liberty and conservative movement is our poor food and diet: a product of government-subsidized and corporate-controlled agriculture, food production, and distribution.  So, what about “Open-sourced food production – … Continue reading

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