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The American way? Destroying authoritarian regimes

A question recently asked on a forum went something like this: “Is destroying/destabilizing the central government the American way of freeing citizens from their authoritarian regime?” The questioner was a bit sarcastic: “After all, having no central government and being … Continue reading

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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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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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Oh, yes, the mainstream media

By Nathan Barton Time and again, the media demonstrate that they cannot be trusted. Consider three different stories. See how the mainstream media buries the story under the huge serving of propaganda they are dishing out to us, the public. … Continue reading

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A look back at the Declaration of Independence

By Nathan Barton Today, in 2019, we hear the Founding Fathers and even the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution are racist, hypocritical, and therefore to be treated with contempt and anger.  And the principles contained therein are to be … 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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Just shut down and stay that way

By Nathan Barton Although I disagree with my brother Phil Robertson on many things both religious and political, his comments as posted at The Blaze make me want to hug him.  He’s cut straight to the point.  (You can also … Continue reading

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Should libertarians support “New California?”

By Nathan Barton Eagle Rising, a conservative website, has an article discussing and applauded efforts of “rural” California attempting to secede from the core urban areas of the Golden State. A lessening in the size and power of the People’s … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26C: Happy Independence Day

By Nathan Barton Good morning, and welcome to the second half of Anno Domini 2014!  As I started to write this yesterday, friends north of the border were celebrating Canada Day, the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867. … Continue reading

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