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Bloody hands

By Nathan Barton The severe beating of Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner by North Carolina Congressman Preston Brooks in the Senate Chamber on the afternoon of 22 May 1856┬áis emblematic of the increasing tension between the Northern and the Southern states … Continue reading

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Do the courts care? Do we?

By Nathan Barton Too many people who claim to be lovers of liberty (libertarians and Libertarians, including anarchists (of the free-market persuasion), are very quick to push the “rights” of homosexuals, transsexuals, and similar persons. Clearly, these people are human … Continue reading

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The growing conflict

By Nathan Barton We see more and more evidence of growing divides in American society, on multiple issues. Not only are the factions more separated and more entrenched than ever, but rhetoric and actions are ramping up on nearly a … Continue reading

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