Tag Archives: Independence Day

Fourth of July Special

As I sit here in a certain unnamed city in Colorado, I hear the occasional pop or boom of fireworks. Fireworks almost certainly illegal in this municipality, which has so graciously permitted SOME legal fireworks (if you can call them … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

Happy Day of Liberty to all readers of The Price of Liberty. Since the days of the Liberty Round Table (aka the Knights of Non-Aggression, KNA or LRT), back in the early 1990s, many of us have chosen to celebrate … Continue reading

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Freedom = I Won’t

These are NOT the faces of free people. These are the faces of livestock, obeying the will of their masters, their owners. Some do it with joy – like dogs. Some do it with distain – like cats forced to. … Continue reading

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The LAST Independence Day?

Happy Independence Day! Remember and honor those who declared and fought for our liberty – even if misguided in many things, incomplete in their understanding, and unable to actually achieve all that was needed. At least by our lights, looking … Continue reading

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Guest Column – Why it’s called Independence Day

By Bob Livingston Note: I am republishing this from Mr. Livingston because I think it deserves as much distribution as possible.  Please, please share this with others. On June 7, 1776, the Continental Congress met at Philadelphia and received Richard … 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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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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Happy Independence Day

By Nathan Barton Today is the 2nd of July.  242 years ago, in Philadelphia, the Continental Congress voted to approve the Declaration of Independence. Even the FedGov recognizes that today is the REAL Independence Day, as can be seen in … 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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Culture change? Counter-revolution? New revolution? (Thoughts on Independence Day)

By Nathan Barton Saturday is the 4th of July. I was asked by an acquaintance earlier this week what my family and I were going to do to celebrate Independence Day.  After a long day and much frustration dealing with … Continue reading

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