Tag Archives: transportation

Colorado’s collapse – in realtime for your viewing fear

While publishing the homeschooling series (starting here), some other things have come up. Most notably, the rapid collapse of Colorado. As I write this, Interstate Highway 70 has been closed through Glenwood Canyon for THIRTEEN days (29 July through 10 … Continue reading

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Government and… (Examples of Why “Government is Bad”)

Nathan’s Rants: Living Free Government (and by that I mean mandated, nonvoluntary, “monopoly (or near-monopoly) of force” government), is bad for people. History demonstrates that government and its actions have violently killed and caused directly or indirectly more premature deaths … Continue reading

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Energy Thoughts – Bureaucrats and Innovation

By Nathan Barton Government bureaucracies are “conservative” in the sense that they want nothing to change, except for a very limited number of things which give them more power and wealth.  We see this in particular in high-tech, such as … Continue reading

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Paying for Highways

By Nathan Barton The Tax Foundation just released a study on how states pay for highways, and you can read it here. The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) (in their daily e-zine) released a summary, which has some telling … Continue reading

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