Pretty clever of the Supreme Court to issue a ruling affirming a clear right to self defense just before it releases its latest abortion ruling. The left is really struggling with the thought of citizens being able to defend themselves.
Like it or not, the ruling class has decided that we're all going to "go green." As noble as that may sound, Paul Rosenberg has a great explanation of how their definition of "green" means becoming poor.
The defensiveness of the political establishment regarding those who question the integrity of the 2020 election raises more questions than it answers. Robert Arvay wonders if the elections were rigged and whether it even matters.
The world can appear to be a cold, cruel place. Barry Brownstein zeroes in on the remedy with a powerful story about what Robin Williams taught us about kindness.
There are many factors behind the remarkable changes we've witnessed in our culture this past couple of years. Carl Nelson has a fascinating explanation of how free money changes a culture.
Finding reliable sources of information requires a serious commitment to truth and a willingness to do your homework. Jeff Minnick tackles the unsolved mystery of the missing real journalists.
As a political agnostic, I don't have faith in politicians solving any of our current challenges. The Brownstone Institute has an optimistic take on the revenge of the locked down voters and how things might change for the better.
A sure sign that things are going off the rails is when justice primarily serves the interests of the state. Here's a hopeful story about a jury in Texas finding that a city must pay for the damage its SWAT team did to an innocent homeowner's property.