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Who owns us?

By Nathan Barton For those of us who advocate and practice (to the best of our abilities) the principle of self-government, the answer is obvious. Whether we are proponents, or even comfortable with, the philosophy of Ayn Rand or Harry … Continue reading

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Socialism: the nature of government

Libertarian Commentary #16-08E by Nathan Barton As I discussed in a recent commentary, government’s nature is both evil and secretive, not because it necessarily wants to be, but because that is how government functions, for many reasons. The nature of … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #15-08B: Ownership and Power

By Nathan Barton Today, we accept that people who OWN something may not actually control it: ¬†shareholders in a corporation (especially a large, publicly-traded one) do not control that company; we “own” our house and land but government dictates to … Continue reading

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