As you may have already noticed, Nathan Barton has taken over publishing The Price of Liberty. He has been my faithful friend, critic and moral support over at least the last 20 years, and I couldn’t say enough about that if I wrote for a week.
I won’t be involved any more because I am dying of an aggressive cancer and have little idea how much time I have left. I am blessed with a wonderful family and many good neighbors and friends, so will not be alone or lonesome in that process.
Please give her your good-byes here or at The Price of Liberty.
I’ve known for a month or two that Susan is dying; I wasn’t free to say anything. She’s been torn between wanting to tell more people yet not wanting to be an object of pity or the subject of anti-cancer advice. So please don’t hit her with recommendations about shark cartilage, coffee enemas, or apricot pits. Let her go in peace and with your love.