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Government complexity and failure – illustrated in blood

By Nathan Barton On Saturday the 10th, tragedy struck Moab, Utah. At the Intrepid Potash Mine (seen above, from Google Maps), down the Colorado River from the popular tourist town, three men were removing a pump. The equipment touched a … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 28 September 2015, #15-39B: Mining in space and other fun things

By Nathan Barton Popular Science babbles on about how it may soon be legal to mine asteroids, and has this article filled with references to the Outer Space Treaty and how companies might be “given the right” to mine on … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-49B: Foul doings and stupid government

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  I guess some folks were upset about stool pigeons, yesterday.  Sorry, I just calls ’em as I sees (or reads) ’em. And it might not have been the Taleban: given that it happened at Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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