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A turning point in history? Nuclear fusion

Over at the Gatestone Institute, a short article on the recent announcement of net-positive nuclear fusion power generation dissects the situation. Lawrence Kadish does it in a way that brings holiday cheer to the hearts of anarchists and even libertarians. … Continue reading

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COVID madness rising again? Still?

The current regime in DC clearly bewildered people enough – and scared them enough – to avoid the usual mass layoff of congresscritturs last month. But never fear, they are already ramping up for 23 months from now: the November … Continue reading

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Anarchy, tyranny, and liberty

Too many of us get confused on the basics of life, the universe, and everything. Especially these three concepts. Let’s dive in. Many of us find ourselves defining key concepts in a lot of different ways. All three of these … Continue reading

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Empires’ collapse – some libertarian thoughts

The death of Elizabeth Windsor and her recent appointment of Liz as new prime minister prompted us to ask about Britain’s fate – something the media and the talking heads (political and media and celebrity) won’t. It triggered some further … Continue reading

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What do we mean by government?

In the commentary “what do we mean by liberty?” we looked at several definitions. Some of those mentioned “government.” One reason we like the American Heritage definition is it speaks of control or restrictions “by a government or other power.” … Continue reading

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Legal ≠ moral, wise, or just

Last week, and again this week, the FBI raid on the Trump compound at Mar A Lago has been in the news and the media and the blogosphere. We’ve seen people of all political shades come up with a truly … Continue reading

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Fear, hatred, raw power, and other “virtues” of government

During a couple of days on the road, we here at The Price of Liberty are watchning an example of the evils of government right here in South Dakota. In a panicked response to angry activists and people, the Oglala … Continue reading

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Concentration camps – a brief review

In the era of the Dritte Reich (Third Reich), the German governments and their puppets and slaves spent billions of grams of gold building elaborate concentration camps (Konzentrationslager) (and extermination camps (Tötungszentren: killing centers)). Together with the urban ghettos, these … Continue reading

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Honor and glory… and regret

Today is the 78th Anniversary of the best-known D-Day, the Normandy Invasion of France in 1944 by British, Canadian, and American troops. An invasion which killed thousands and thousands of young men and a fair number of old people. Why? … Continue reading

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Death of a city?

Hopefully. I also hope that the suburbs of the City of Houston experience a MASSIVE building boom as hundreds of businesses close up shop in this pitiful perversion of a government. Especially in Texas. Why? Apparently (according to this ABC … Continue reading

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