Not a day goes by that I don't feel real gratitude for the principled voices who have refused to yield to the systems that seek to rule us. Ron Paul makes the case for taking back our liberty in 2022.
My apologies for banging the drum so relentlessly in urging people to listen to Joe Rogan's interview with Dr. Robert Malone. Their conversation may be one of the most important interviews you've heard in ages. It represents a tectonic shift in public awareness of a long overdue challenge to the prevailing narrative.
YouTube has scrapped Joe Rogan's podcast episode with Dr. Malone over "misinformation" concerns that Malone compared our current cultural climate with Nazi Germany. Sure seems like the modern day book-burners are working very hard to make sure we aren't able to consider unapproved ideas. Are we sure these censors are on the right side of history?
I hate to steal anyone's thunder but there are still some lingering questions over the events of last January 6th. Julie Kelly lists out a few of the reasons that the "insurrection" narrative is now in serious doubt.
One of the more positive developments we're seeing right now has to do with the fact that the mainstream media is having its first real encounter with reality in a while. Here's a commentary that explains why the mainstream media is losing the fight of its life--thanks to Joe Rogan.
America's political class seems determined to cast Russia as an existential threat to our well-being. Take a moment to read Pat Buchanan's take on the matter. He has some convincing reasons that Russia is not the great rival; China is.
If standing firm in defense of your remaining freedoms is a primary goal, you'll likely appreciate Robert E. Wright's simple new year's resolution. Overcoming collectivist groupthink is only possible when we, as individuals, understand and live the concepts that promote freedom.
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