Caleb Franz from the Profiles in Liberty podcast joins me to talk about Thomas Jefferson, whose birthday was yesterday. Lovers of liberty owe Jefferson a significant debt of gratitude.
Politicians are quite skilled at pretending things are not so bad. But deep down, most of us know that something is wrong. J.B. Shurk has a handy list of ten steps to totalitarianism that confirms what we're feeling.
Have we really reached the point where the nuclear family has become obsolete? Sarah Weaver cautions against the dystopian future where women and men just don't want children.
Word on the street is that a new and deadly form of bird flu is wiping out millions of chickens in America. Kit Knightly reminds us to remember that the people hitting the panic button are the same ones who distorted and hyped the Covid stats.
The world desperately needs heroic individuals. Jacob Hornberger reminds us that authentic heroism often requires identifying and confronting evil--particularly when it's here at home.
Understanding logical fallacies is a great way to become a better thinker. Jon Miltimore lists out 6 fallacies to look out for when the subject is gun control. This is a great object lesson.
Most people fear being called racist. Not because they are but because of the stigma that even an accusation can carry. Bryan Caplan offers an ironclad argument against racism and other forms of collective guilt.
Do you find yourself becoming more cynical about politics as time goes on? Maybe that's because the limits of cynicism are being pushed to the breaking point. As the Z-man puts it, politics is a sales campaign being pushed by fraudsters.