Tag Archives: War between the States

American fascism and the War Between the States

A number of libertarian historians, and in particular, Thomas DiLorenzo, have long researched, written, and preached the truth about that American demigod, “Honest Abe” Lincoln. One of his latest commentaries can be found at Lew Rockwell. Thomas notes the 100th … Continue reading

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Military threats to the Fifty States: A subverted military

The seemingly treasonous actions of which General Milley is accused, in the waning days of the Trump administration, make me ponder the current state of threat to the Fifty States: The US Constitution The federal government The Fifty State governments … Continue reading

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Consent of the governed: REVOKED!

We all know many adages and axioms concerning government. One in particular is that regardless of the form of government, it requires the consent of the governed. It’s been stated many times over the centuries.

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The fake history of slavery in the United States

By Nathan Barton Many sites claim to have timelines or histories of slavery, usually “in America” as if the United States (the Fifty States) were all that there is to “America.” But that is just the first error.  Many sites … Continue reading

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Thomas J Jackson – a brief analysis

By Nathan Barton The 21st of January, 2017 is the 193rd anniversary of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, better known as Stonewall Jackson, and a man who should be admired by all lovers of liberty for his life, his words, his beliefs, … Continue reading

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Arlington House and the Many Crimes of Abraham Lincoln

By Nathan Barton This week is the 150th anniversary of the first military burial at what today is Arlington National Cemetery outside the District of Criminals in Virginia.  The site was, in 1863, known as Lee House, the Custis-Lee Plantation, … Continue reading

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