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Annual refresher training for Congressmen – just like MSHA

By Nathan Barton This current crop of new congresscritturs makes us realize one of the strongest arguments for unlimited terms for them is the difficulty in getting them trained o- the-job. (Not that such an argument comes anywhere close to … Continue reading

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How government enforces our “protections” (and why it is wrong)

By Nathan Barton In the last two commentaries, I discussed government and weeds. In those, I raised the question of how government enforces laws, even without having any legitimate authority to do so. Laws which are supposed to protect people … Continue reading

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Blood in the homes – not just the streets

By Nathan Barton Once more, we see “American” police gunning down innocent people for no more reason than a mistaken address given by someone – or misunderstood by cops and dispatchers. The latest is in Southaven, Mississippi, as reported by … Continue reading

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