Thoughts, essays, and writings on Liberty. Written by the heirs of Patrick Henry.

“There has grown up in the minds of certain groups in this country the notion that because a man or corporation has made a profit out of the public for a number of years, the government and the courts are charged with the duty of guaranteeing such profit in the future, even in the face of changing circumstances and contrary to public interest. This strange doctrine is not supported by statute or common law. Neither individuals nor corporations have any right to come into court and ask that the clock of history be stopped, or turned back.”     Robert A. Heinlein,    Life Line

January 23, 2007


by Brad Warbiany

According to Sitemeter, The Liberty Papers crossed the 100,000 mark as far as unique visits today. It’s quite a milestone, especially considering that over 40,000 of those visits occurred in the last two months.

I’d like to thank the contributors here, who have turned a blog that was fairly inactive a few months ago into a very vibrant site. I’d also like to thank all those who come here to read and comment, as some of the discussions generated have been quite interesting.

2007 should mean big things here, so stick around!

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  1. I’ve also noticed your articles showing up in Google News. Don’t know how long that’s been going on, but it deserves congratulations.

    All of you, keep up the great work.

    Comment by Wulf — January 23, 2007 @ 4:09 pm
  2. We are a Google News site, so we get “front page” billing every so often. It’s great for getting our view to a wider than libertarian or classic liberal audience.

    Thanks for congrats Wulf!

    Comment by Adam Selene — January 23, 2007 @ 5:04 pm
  3. I echo Wulf’s congratulatory sentiments.

    A great site. Best to you this year.

    Comment by Ben — January 24, 2007 @ 1:37 pm

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