Tag Archives: liberty

The Tools Our Fathers Left To Us

A Personal Reflection
Though I had to work a little last weekend, I was thankfully able to spend the bulk of Father’s Day with my wife and seven-year-old daughter. At morning church service, I shed a few tears for my own father, whom I miss very much. My perceptive little girl knew exactly why I was [...]

Events

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Thursday, July 7th @ 8pm

WHERE:
Karl’s Klipper
40 Bay Street in St. George near the Ferry
Staten Island, New [...]

Identity Crisis: So who exactly are the Libertarians?

“Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.”

New fake rights distract from real rights being taken away

Finland has become the first nation in the world to declare that broadband internet access is a human right. The world should stand up and applaud! After all, we are living in an information society, and knowledge equals power, right? Finland’s Minister of Communications, Ms Suvi Lindén, says, “From now on a [...]

Happy 4th of July!

I received the following via email from Chris Edes, former Chair of the Libertarian Party of New York. He gave me permission to share it here.
Friends,
Two hundred and thirty-four years ago a new nation was born, one based on the idea that all human beings possess inherent dignity and inalienable rights.  One based on the [...]

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