People who question what those in power are telling them should be shunned by responsible members of society, right? Nope. James Bovard explains why those questions are well-founded--especially in the case of Covid and corrupt federal statistics.
This is a great time of year for those of us who choose to make self-reliance a priority. Daisy Luther has a timely list of what to buy at the after-Christmas sales. This is a great time to stock up on things you'll be needing next year.
Jeff Minnick's article on three steps toward raising tough kids is a worthwhile read. It reminded me of how my dad taught me to swim by throwing me into a lake. Getting the hang of swimming came pretty easy but getting out of the gunnysack was downright scary.
Did the president just inadvertently end the pandemic? That's the question asked by Graham Dockery after Biden admitted that "there is no federal solution" to Covid and that "it's up to the states" to figure it out.
This one is going to make some folks uncomfortable but it's a topic that needs examination. Tom Mullen makes a strong case for why the Pledge of Allegiance is un-American, even if the words seem patriotic.
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