Tag Archives: Fourth of July

Courage – part 1

By Nathan Barton As we here in the Fifty States celebrate the 242nd anniversary (official, at least) of the independence of the United States of America from the Kingdom of Great Britain, let us meditate on the courage of the … Continue reading

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The Somme, Canada Day, and the Second and Fourth of July

By Nathan Barton On the 1st of July, I wrote of the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, and how it crafted the world in which we live in 2016. Let me expand on that a bit. The … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26D: 4th of July and government fireworks

By Nathan Barton Hope that you have a great Independence Day. ¬†Today is the 4th of July, a national holiday celebrated by parties, picnics, and fireworks (where they are legal, at least, and where people can afford them). ¬†Enjoy the … Continue reading

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