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Taxpayers, Slaves, Employees, Wages, and Gifts

By Nathan Barton Ronald Reagan had a number of good quips, including this one: “The taxpayer; that’s someone who works for the federal government, but doesn´t have to take a civil service examination.” And of course, doesn’t get paid for it. There … Continue reading

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Taxes Death and Dominion

By Nathan Barton This year, Americans will have stolen from them over $3.5 trillion in federal taxes and another $1.6 trillion in state and local taxes. That’s $5.1 trillion total — more than we spend on food, clothing and shelter … Continue reading

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Loving your chains of slavery

By Nathan Barton For two-thirds of a century and more), the “Johnson Amendment,” a provision in the FedGov tax code that applies to all 501(c)(3) organizations and even religious groups that have NOT accepted the mark of the beast (501(c)(3) … Continue reading

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Do people “deserve” liberty?

By Nathan Barton Do people “deserve” liberty? I have just been embroiled in a heartbreaking situation, one of a series. Without going into detail and thereby creating problems of privacy and decency, bear with me a minute. An older married … Continue reading

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Thomas J Jackson – a brief analysis

By Nathan Barton The 21st of January, 2017 is the 193rd anniversary of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, better known as Stonewall Jackson, and a man who should be admired by all lovers of liberty for his life, his words, his beliefs, … Continue reading

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Built by slaves

By Nathan Barton In recent times, we’ve heard from the consort (and partner in crime) of that squatter at 1600 PA how “… I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.” [Snopes] Actually, she is … Continue reading

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Webster and “just rulers” – Does Webster make sense?

By Nathan Barton Noah Webster, a genius in the early 19th Century, wrote much about government, politics, and society. He is best known for his dictionary, but his writings are extensive and thoughtful, and worth perusing nearly two centuries later. … Continue reading

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