Dealing with laryngitis today, so my voice is a no-go. But my fingers still work.
Few people would describe our modern lives as simple. Comparing our lives to the lives of even our grandparents, we may be tempted for a return to simpler times. Donald J. Boudreaux makes a surprisingly strong case that our current way of life is the simplest that humans have ever lived.
Is it possible that propaganda, like hypnosis, requires willing participants? Daniel Lattier says most people today want to be propagandized. It makes a certain amount of sense when you consider how much effort is required to think for yourself.
It's refreshing when members of the media are willing to admit they are wrong. It's also extremely rare. Jon Miltimore has the story of a Danish newspaper that has apologized for its lockstep covid reporting over the past two years.
As prices continue to rise, we're all getting an object lesson in what inflation looks like. But few people seem to understand what causes inflation. Aden Tate from the Organic Prepper describes how money printing is destroying America's dollar.
Confusing the symptoms for the underlying problem is a pretty common error. It's a mistake that many of us are prone to make regarding the mandates we've experienced for the past two years. William Sullivan says lockdowns, masks and vaccines have all been complete failures, but that's not the real problem--it's government infringements on our liberties that poses the real threat.
If you're serious about living as a free man or woman, that's a decision you're going to have to make for yourself. It's not going to happen because someone in authority tells you it's okay to be free. J.B. Shurk explains how they've dragged us into their matrix.
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