Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos brings his weekly truth supplement and insights on the passing scene. Pro tip: Don't just read his articles, read the comments as well. He has a solid brain trust of readers.
One of the greatest lessons we can learn is to improve the world by first improving ourselves. Barry Brownstein has a terrific two-part series on taming the dictator within. It begins with not overestimating our ability to be rational.
It's telling that the people who are most outspoken about tolerance tend to be the most intolerant. Daniel Lattier has a great explanation of how fixating on one virtue can cause us to abandon the others.
If you are still wondering why opposing lockdowns was the moral and proper thing to do, look no further than what's happening in Shanghai. Jordan Schachtel shares the chilling reality of what a total embrace of lockdown mentality produces.
The level of outright propaganda and gaslighting that's being blasted at us 24/7 is simply stunning. Caitlin Johnstone says if it feels like you're being manipulated, it's because you are.
How can you tell we're in trouble economically? Take a look at Jon Miltimore's latest column on why used cars are selling at higher prices right now than new cars and you'll see what I mean.
The thought of a downshift in our standard of living is daunting to most of us. But would you rather have it come with a warning or be taken by surprise? Brandon Smith describes two economic crises that the media is currently ignoring.