Keith Kelsch from Local Common Wealth stops by to talk about the higher road to solving community problems. It's a pathway that isn't beholden to politics or being part of the right clique.
If you're trusting the heritage news media to give you the straight scoop of what's happening, you're in for some real disappointment. Even when the press gets something wrong, they won't admit it. J. Peder Zane has an eye-opening explanation of why newspapers refuse to correct errors.
The divide between the ruling class and the rest of us is getting too big to ignore. Christopher Chantrill has an interesting take on how we might refer to the people who think they know best as the pejorative class.
It's been hard to miss how concerned the political class is becoming with this little thing we call free speech. Check out this DHS bulletin that elevates what they're calling "misinformation" to a terrorism threat. Sounds like they're worried that the people are getting wise to them.
If there was a serious effort to go after the top purveyors of Covid misinformation, Steve Kirsch has a list of misinformation spreaders who have done measurable harm and should be investigated immediately. You'll likely recognize a bunch of these names.
Gaslighting is back in fashion these days. It's all the rage among the people who once were the staunchest supporters of lockdowns and mandates but now claim they were always against them. Chris Rossini says, let the rewriting of Covid history begin.
First it was a study by Johns Hopkins, now a Harvard Medical professor is confirming what many of us already knew: The government's pandemic response failed miserably and and ignored the consequences of its policies.
Tom Luongo's latest column is worth your time. He provides some much needed clarity on the faux controversy surrounding Joe Rogan and the Canadian government's response to the truckers and citizens who are tired of being ordered around.
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