The law of the harvest says we reap what we sow. In the case of our societal fixation on "wokeness" we find that we've elected astonishingly incompetent leaders. Robert Weiss describes how
We're also getting an object lesson in unintended consequences thanks to the various Covid mandates being enforced by employers and the state. Jon Miltimore has an excellent piece on the
One of the toughest things many of us are facing today is a very clear realignment in our relationships with the people around us. Allan Stevo has a beautiful essay on how
Like it or not, we're living through truly historic times. Someday, your children's children may ask you about
We live in a time where a large number of
The most unsettling aspect of the ongoing pandemic isn't necessarily the threat posed by a particular virus. It's the destruction of our remaining liberty by the systems that are working overtime to rule us.
On matters of being free, Alex R. Knight III always has a take worth considering.
His latest column includes some of his best speculation and prognostication about what the future will bring. He starts with a question that not many people are willing to ask: Do most people even want to be free?