Tag Archives: Theft by government

Oh dear! Theocracy is just around the corner

By Nathan Barton Restating a campaign promise, the new Massa recently announced – at a PRAYER BREAKFAST, of all things – that he intends to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment. USA Today “reports” on this in a commentary-laced “news story” which … Continue reading

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Cold and Cold Running Mud

By MamaLiberty First light at 6:10 AM. Mountain standard time, Newcastle, Wyoming. Sunrise at 7:30 AM, a few scattered clouds fast fading from pink and black to white. Most of the last snow melted yesterday, and we will now have … Continue reading

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Baker’s Dozen (TM) things that government fears

By Nathan Barton Baker’s Dozen ™ Things that Government Fears 1. People who can reason and absorb and analyze information. Their intelligence and rationality make them a threat to government, as they are less likely to respond to propaganda and … Continue reading

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Oh, oooh! Where can I donate?

By Nathan Barton Actually, that is a rhetorical question… the website is [yescalifornia.org] and the donate button is right there at the top, slightly to right of center. Which is NOT where the backers and organizers of this secession movement … Continue reading

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Welcome to New Boss, Same as Old Boss…

By MamaLiberty The media, internet and neighborhood conversations are filled with every sort of commentary, boasting, celebrations, protests, analysis, predictions and general hand wringing. I’ve lived through a great many national elections, starting with Eisenhower, and pretty much all the … Continue reading

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The EpiPen Crisis revisited

By Nathan Barton Like virtually every crisis de jour, at least in the last several decades, the “EpiPen Crisis” or scandal has faded from the headlines, from congressional desks, and from the minds of the public – indeed, probably everyone … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

By Bradley Harrington “Schools teach exactly what they are intended to teach and they do it well: How to be a good Egyptian and remain in your place in the pyramid.” — John Taylor Gatto, “Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden … Continue reading

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