My understanding of limited government and personal freedom has been greatly impacted by libertarianism. Dr. C Ronald Kimberling joins me to discuss the 50th anniversary of the birth of the libertarian movement.
As much as it feels like the Covid mania has passed, now is not the time to pop the champagne corks. Todd Hayen has a clear, dispassionate look at what they got & what we lost. We still have some heavy lifting ahead of us.
If you find yourself obsessing over Russia, it's very possible that the official propaganda has sunk its hooks into your mind. Caitlin Johnstone explains how U.S. officials admit they're literally just lying to us about Russia.
U.S. policymakers want to believe that they're the good guys. At the same time, their actions are not those of good guys. Pepe Escobar says that's why they're willing to sit back and watch Europe commit suicide. Some hard truths here.
Right now it's fashionable to view everything that came before us as wrong. Jonathan Barnes puts that myth to rest as he explains that there is greatness in our past--despite what critical theorists try to tell us.
One of life's biggest missed opportunities is when we summarily dismiss people who hold differing viewpoints. Christine Black makes a compelling case that the urge to shame, purge, exclude and dismiss others diminishes us.