You don't have to end your prayers in the name of Elon Musk to appreciate how deeply he is upsetting our ideological gatekeepers at Twitter. Laura Williams explains how the panice reveals so much about the current state of free speech.
If you're unfortunate enough to be shopping for a car right now, you'll notice that the deck is firmly stacked in favor of the dealers. Adam Thierer wonders, why make direct car buying illegal in the first place?
Nowhere is the hypocrisy of the U.S. government so apparent than in its lust to get its hands on Julian Assange. Caitlin Johnstone pulls no punches in describing how the U.S. cries about war crimes while while imprisoning a journalist for exposing its war crimes.
Here's an interesting thought exercise: Imagine that you were transported back into your six year old body with all the wisdom and experience you now possess. Would anyone take you seriously? Why not? William Gillis has an interesting take on our first prison.
The only thing sweeter than succeeding without your critics' approval is when your critics directly contribute to your success. Andrea Widburg explains how the Washington Post has triggered the Streisand effect for Libs of TikTok.
As relieved as we might feel for seeing mask mandates fading into history, we still face a serious threat in the name of public health. Kit Knightly warns about the global pandemic treaty being pushed by the WHO.