Tag Archives: World War Two

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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The deadly war on some drugs

The last several weeks in South Dakota have seen jockeying back and forth as the legislature wrestled internally on whether to follow “the will of the people” in the 2020 elections to legalize both medical and recreational use of that … Continue reading

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Beat the drums slowly: Armistice Day 103 years later

Editor‘s note: This column was supposed to be published last Thursday, the 11th, but got pushed aside by travel and work outside TPOL. Our apologies for the delay, but we think you will still find this worth reading and thinking … Continue reading

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Salt losing its savor and more problems

Way back in the day (1998) the Foundation for Economic Education, a premiere organization and website supporting liberty, had an article about that very thing: salt losing its savor. It discussed the way unions are treated by government agencies (like … Continue reading

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The White Rose – in defense of liberty

By Nathan Barton I was again reminded of die Wei├če Rose (in English, the White Rose), today. That movement, led by Sophie and her brother Hans, resisted the Dritte Reich (Third Reich, Nazi Germany), and its totalitarian government. It was … Continue reading

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