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Welfare – the alternative

By Nathan Barton Today, it seems that more and more of government resources here in the Fifty States – federal, state, tribal, and local – go to providing welfare.  Although the statistics seem to say otherwise, the cost of helping … Continue reading

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Oh my stars and garters!

By Nathan Barton Every once in a while, some startling revelation shows up on the television or computer screen. It happened again.  A major understanding of the laws of the universe has been revealed – and get this: by a … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26B: Islam, Poverty, and Sports

By Nathan Barton Here are a few stories I meant to comment on last week, still of concern. Things continue to go (depending on your view point, of course) very bad OR very good in the land of Mesopotamia, formerly … Continue reading

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Baker’s Dozen: America’s Real Financial Situation, not Hillary’s fantasies (Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-26A)

By Nathan Barton Good morning, after a lengthy and unplanned weekend with no commentary! My major comment today is in the form of a Baker’s Dozen (TM) on the Economy. Over the past several weeks, I’ve seen a lot of … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-20D: “Unintended consequences?”

Good morning… I think. Lots of fun things: In Connecticut, one of the strongest (worst) police states of the Fifty States, the legislature has been “forced” (by the fear of losing federal money) to make chocolate milk illegal in schools, … Continue reading

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