Tag Archives: Super Bowl

Playing games

Now, I didn’t watch that football game yesterday – or even keep up with it by smartphone or radio. Later in the evening I heard that the teams were tied at halftime, but one team (the Kansas City Injun Leaders?) … Continue reading

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Modern-day Idolatry – Bread and Circuses – and More

Today is Super Bowl Sunday. It is also Groundhog Day. And it is the day before the official start of 2020 Political Circus – supposedly to elect the next Massa. And three days before Senate Impeachment Vote Wednesday. They are … Continue reading

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Football and faith and liberty

By Nathan Barton This week was the Super Bowl, or the “Easter” of one of America’s most fervent religions, professional football. There are lots of things to note about this event, and the lead up to it and the responses … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #15-03B: This and that

By Nathan Barton Good morning: a short workweek for some people, but not us – holidays used to be much more important, when they meant something worth celebrating. For anyone who is interested, I treated myself by NOT listening to … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News: #14-51C: Economy slipping?

By Nathan Barton Good afternoon!┬áLet us look at the economy briefly, with a couple of stories. Convenience Store Decisions, a professional webzine I receive, notes that demand for gasoline in the US nosedived after Thanksgiving, despite the continued drop in … Continue reading

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