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Liberty, peace, and prosperity (or not) at home and abroad

Libertarian Commentary #16-11D, By Nathan Barton With the GOP race down to just two contestants (down from 17 to start; and Kasich cannot mathematically hope to be anything but a spoiler), and multiple claims that Hillary has now toasted Bernie, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 23 September 2015, #15-38C: Civilization Falls

By Nathan Barton As we watch things crumble. First, Europe: I think that I know why Germany is changing its tune on Muslim “refugees” which are flooding Europe after “fleeing” Syria.  Or at least a major reason: Oktoberfest.  At that … Continue reading

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Libertarian commentary on the news, #15-01D: Current events are… confusing

By Nathan Barton Good morning! Two incidents, one at a theatre in Ohio, and the second at a mall in Indianapolis, involving large gangs of “youth” fighting each other and terrorizing other patrons of the venues took place this weekend.  … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-18C: Solutions? Symbols?

By Nathan Barton National Review has discovered something a lot of us have realized for years: the multiple generations of politically prominent families in the US is getting worse.  We’ve all known about the Kennedys and the Rockefellers and the … Continue reading

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