Tag Archives: Independence Day

Libertarian commentary on the News, #14-27A: Propaganda Wars

By Nathan Barton Good morning, the long weekend is over.  Sadly, no one declared independence on either the 2nd or the 4th, and we have no new nations or states or groups on planet Earth.  Oddly enough, the 4th of … 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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2014 Declaration of Independence

By Robert Greenslade In A Convention of Sovereign States—July 4, 2014 The unanimous Declaration of the fifty united States of America In the Course of securing Liberty and establishing the Republic, our Forefathers Dissolved all allegiance to the British Crown … Continue reading

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Independence Day

It is the fourth of July – commonly celebrated as “Independence Day;” the day that the Declaration of Independence was publicly proclaimed, although it had been adopted on the second of July.  237 years ago, about a million Englishmen (or … Continue reading

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