With Independence Day approaching, it's time to visit some of the lesser known stories behind the Declaration of Independence. Caleb Franz from the Profiles In Liberty podcast has the details.
It's sad that so many people have bought into the fiction that it's right and proper for government to force others to do something against their better judgement. Kent McManigal nails it: Government crushes individuality.
Learning history is more than learning about names, dates and events. Tuttle Twins creator Connor Boyack joins me to talk about the new Tuttle Twins American History book and how it teaches the ideas that shaped the world.
If you don't yet know the tale of Cole Summers, it's one worth knowing. Hannah Frankman shares the story of the most remarkable unschooler, entrepreneur and prodigy who has left his mark on the world.
It's no secret that Silicon Valley has become a de facto ministry of truth. So riddle me this, why is Twitter hiring an astonishing number of FBI agents right now?
Some of us simply refuse to go along with what those in power refer to as "normalizing the new normal." Todd Hayen has some timely encouragement for anyone who has made peace with being an outlier.
If you've had a sick feeling in your stomach as the Jan 6 committee has been laying the groundwork for a domestic war on terror, brace yourself. Revolver News has done the investigative journalism that confirms the dirty work underway.
Social justice warriors are not born, they are groomed, recruited and radicalized. Robert Weissberg explains who is manufacturing social justice warriors on an industrial scale.