I know we're supposed to believe that the ruling class is infallible. Still, as James Bovard explains, corrupt federal statistics cover their endless cons.
As hard as the politicians in D.C. are pretending that they are victims of January 6, there's an occasional bit of reality that prevails. Especially when a judge has issued an acquittal for a defendant who was allowed by Capitol police to enter the building.
The world really can be divided into those who wish to control others and those who don't. Kent McManigal advises to govern yourself so you violate no one else.
If you've seen the video clip of Obama's recent visit to the White House, it seems clear that Joe Biden is on his way out. Andrea Widburg has some interesting takeaways regarding Obama's actions.
The price of meat continues to rise and I'm determined not to start eating bugs instead. Robert E. Wright has a great article touting wild meat markets as an alternative.
While the near future looks to be a bit uncertain, there are still many reasons to be optimistic. Here's some much needed perspective from David Deming on our underground future.
Elon Musk's presence at Twitter is making significant waves. Max Borders has a great essay explaining free speech and genuine diversity to the Twitterati.
The conflict in Ukraine has many people wondering if World War III has kicked off. The Z-man ponders the question of whether this will be an economic war or an actual shooting war.