One good thing about difficult times is that we all learn a degree of resiliency by going through them. James Howard Kunstler has a tough but thorough analysis what we're facing and says it's no time for crybabies.
This may not be a popular sentiment but a lot of the people with a perpetual sense of being offended are actually looking for reasons to be offended. Thomas L. Knapp has some great advice about pockets, legs and polarization and how politics thrives on being offended.
There are a few writers out there that really make it worth your time to spend a while reading their work. Margaret Anna Alice is one of them. Her Letter to a Governing Body is a terrific summary of what has been done to us and why it was wrong.
If you're going to be the kind of person who will stand for something, you better get comfortable with the disapproval of others. Matt Rowe points out that many people who think they're resisting are really just virtue signaling. Real resistance carries real risk.
If you want to be a disciple of liberty, the writings of Frederic Bastiat are a remarkable resource. Gary M. Galles explains how even Bastiat's correspondence shows his love of liberty and his unique insights.
While so much of our attention has been (rightly) focused on the Covid power grabs, there's an economic threat that is growing by the minute. Brandon Smith has the lowdown on how the fed has triggered a stagnationary disaster that will hit hard this year. Don't be blindsided by it.
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