Question the way elections always seem to tip toward keeping the establishment in power and you will be labeled an "election denier." Jay Valentine wonders if we have reached the end of free elections.
If you're feeling a bit froggy, here's a great article from Edward Ring on the power of political optimism. He says, in our time, optimism is subversive to the doomsayers, so flaunt it.
If you're making resolutions for the new year, here's a great article from Jordan Alexander that's worth a read. He spells out the reasons why the mundane matters when it comes to making lasting changes.
The most important stories are often the ones being studiously ignored by the corporate press. Michael Amundson explains why the news block on the plight of the Dutch farmers is a harbinger of what's coming our way.
If the Twitter files haven't moved the needle on your give-a-hoot meter, take the time to read this essay by Jeffrey A. Tucker. He connects the dots as to how an occupied Twitter ruined countless lives.