While politicians blindly swat at guns as a symptom of school shootings, it's rare to find someone who can zero in on the root causes. John Daniel Davidson says school shootings are caused not by faulty gun laws but by the collapse of the family.
Keith Kelsch from Local Commonwealth joins me to invite my Southern Utah listeners to a free screening of "2000 Mules" at 6pm tonight at the Electric Theater in St. George, Utah. This film is worth a watch if you have questions about election integrity.
Anytime someone opines that "no one needs an AR15" you can be sure they're not thinking of taking such tools away from government. Paul Rosenberg reminds us that death by government is 20 times more common than death by criminal.
When does another major fire at a food production facility stop looking like coincidence and start looking fishy? Something we may want to ask ourselves as one of the largest egg factories in the U.S. burned down last weekend.
If you've ever suspected that you're being treated like a pawn in someone else's game, don't be too quick to dismiss the notion. The Z-man has a solid breakdown of the game our managerial class is playing and how to opt out of it.
Any time you point out how people are trying to use tragedy for political gain, you'll likely get accused of doing the same exact thing. W.R. Wordsworth has some straight talk about how we go from senseless trauma to predictable hackery.
The best thing about trying times is how they open the door to greater understanding than we can gain when everything is going well. Jeffrey A. Tucker has a powerful essay about how the pandemic response changed his thinking. His observations are spot on.
When we hear terms like "self interest" and "common good" it's essential that we have a clear understanding of what they mean. Charles Hugh Smith says the reason America is decaying is because of the tyranny of self interest.