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A justified nanny state? Part 2

Read part 1 here: a commentary by Margaret Figert. Over the past weekend, I drove though one of the emptier parts of Wyoming and Utah, passing by Flaming Gorge Reservoir, a spectacular area built decades ago under the jurisdiction of … Continue reading

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A justified nanny state? Part 1

This is a guest column. Margaret Figert is a retired publisher (conservative-somewhat-libertarian politically) in South Dakota and Nebraska.¬† I am reposting some of her column without any comments, just remarks in an afterword in the next column. This follows up … Continue reading

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The nanny state: a society of tattletales

By Nathan Barton Tom Woods recently reported on a well-known conductor whose career may have been ruined by a snitch, this weekend at the Oregon Bach Festival. Overhearing a conversation between two good friends (one British white, one Florida black), … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-25B: Threats and fears

By Nathan Barton Good morning, as we enjoy the first full week of summer. ¬†Much of the Fifty State will enjoy warm days and a chance of rain (in the Black Hills, thunderstorms are likely the rest of the week). … Continue reading

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