Tag Archives: Honor

Memorial Day – the Price of NO Liberty

Belatedly on this Memorial Day, last day of May, 2021, let us reflect just a wee bit. As millions spend this day in ceremonies and visits to gravesides and memorials to honor certain dead people – and millions more spend … Continue reading

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Outmoded ideas – and ideals

In these Fifty States of AD 2021 (Anno Libertatus 244), the old ideas and ideals of liberty, personal and economic freedom, responsibility, and accountability are seemingly more and more ignored. Indeed, they are often condemned by the masses, echoing the … Continue reading

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Veterans (Armistice) Day thoughts

By Nathan Barton A century ago, a small space in time, the guns fell silent on the Western Front: The Reich had agreed to a ceasefire which amounted to abject surrender with occupation of much of the nation, loss of … Continue reading

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Flags and Honor, Part II

By Nathan Barton Racism in the Southern Cross?  Personal Liberty reports on a national poll. The CNN/ORC poll claims that 57 percent of Americans say that the Southern Cross flag is a symbol of Southern pride. That’s compared to just 33 … Continue reading

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