One of the most alarming developments of our time is the speed with which science has become conjoined with government. Barry Brownstein has a great reminder that state power doesn't settle science.
It should be pretty obvious by now that government pads the numbers and spins statistics when it's advantageous. Debra Heine reports that whistleblowers have stepped forward to report FBI officials are pressuring agents to artificially inflate domestic terror data.
It's always a good idea to keep our priorities straight. Jonathan Barnes makes a solid case for putting first things first, before politics.
Brandon Smith always has a take worth considering. His latest essay is especially timely. He says to take back our culture, we need to build our own media army.