Tag Archives: History

Guest column – When being an immigrant meant something positive

by Rosemary LeBonte (Please see my comments at the end. – Nathan) Back in 1900, when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to the United States, people had to get off a ship and stand … Continue reading

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Optimism

By Nathan Barton In our land, and in our movement, there is often one critical element that is constantly in short supply. Optimism about the future.  As we are constantly barraged by a flood of bad news and prognostications about … Continue reading

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Liberty for all – even those who don’t want us to have it

By Nathan Barton Happy Liberty Day: on the 2nd of July, 1776, the Continental Congress approved the secession of its Thirteen member States from the British Empire. Remembering that, consider this recent conviction in the United Kingdom, where a young … Continue reading

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Let’s get rid of all the guns…

By Nathan Barton Over at Firearms News is one of Vin Suprynowicz’s latest columns, “They took the doughboy’s rifle away.” It an excellent, long, and fun read, taking us back over a century and showing Vin’s exceptional reporting skills. (So … Continue reading

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Notre Dame, a symbol of our times

By Nathan Barton Today, on an island in the Seine, the magnificant Cathedral of Notra-Dame-de-Paris is burning, perhaps to the foundations.  The famed edifice, the number-one tourist attraction in France and perhaps all Europe, with 18 million visitors a year … Continue reading

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The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

Posted by Nathan Barton These are lengthy reading but important, and worth once more seeking to apply to a FedGov gone wild and certain to get worse. I am providing these to spark discussion and encourage people to follow again … Continue reading

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France – Part II

By Nathan Barton Considering the Yellow Vest protests (even rebellion) in recent weeks, we left my journey through the history of French revolutions, rebellions, and protests in 1945, freed (by their own, not just Allied (British Empire and United States), … Continue reading

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