Show Notes for April 27, 2022
Anyone who values his or her personal freedom should be feeling acutely aware of how that freedom is dwindling. George Leef asks, is there chance of restoring our lost freedom?
Before you give anyone a molecule of authority over your life and personal choices, make sure they are accountable and responsible. Jeff Minnick explains how the self-serving elites who never say sorry don't deserve our consent or support.
When I find sound advice, I like to share it. Jeffrey A. Tucker's essay on how to develop a work ethic and be an amazing employee is well worth your time.
Is the U.S. obligated to go to war with Russia if a NATO nation is attacked? Jacob Hornberger reminds us that the NATO treaty has not amended the Constitution.
Maybe it's just a rumor. But the prospect of food shortages is not something to take lightly. Kit Knightly lays out 5 signs that the power brokers are creating a food crisis.
The propaganda machines that are working so hard to shape public opinion are very skilled at what they do. Caitlin Johnstone says everyone's anti-war until the war propaganda starts.
There comes a point where following current events can become an obsession. Walker Larson has a workable antidote for when you're overwhelmed by news headlines.
When a culture is in decline, it's common to see desperate attempts to find meaning. Wokeness is a good example of this. Paul Rosenberg explains why the woke movement is our problem to fix.