The Twitter files are successfully pulling back the curtain on left-wing censorship and manipulation of public opinion. Phillip W. Magness and David Waugh explain how these practices may have intentionally kept people in the dark regarding covid.
It may sound overly dramatic but stakes in the the war on information are as high as the stakes in any shooting war. Martin Geddes says Twitter is exposing the deep state mass brainwashing that looks more criminal and treasonous by the day.
We're seeing more and more court cases that stem from issues like "gay wedding cake" and woke restaurants. James Corbett does a great job of breaking this issue down to its essence: What's the "proper" way to force others to do what I want them to?
Watching the deliberate destruction of our nation and ideals is not something some of us are willing to take sitting down. But what can we do realistically? Chris Williams suggest 10 ways to strike back that start where you actually have influence and power.
One of the biggest selling points of so-called democracy is that it lets the inmates feel as though they are running the asylum. The Z-man has a great essay on the grand delusion.