One of the best things you'll read this week is El Gato Malo's take on why public health "experts" never want to fight "the amateurs" on public health policy. As Will Grigg would say, they know they'd be whipped as thoroughly as a pint of heavy cream at a French bakery.
Federal overreach has become as predictable as the sun coming up each day. Mike Maharrey reminds us of Lysander Spooner's strategy to stop unconstitutional acts in their tracks: resist.
What would you do differently if you knew that you were in the early stages of a food crisis? Kit Knightly has the low down on the real agenda behind the food crisis that's currently under construction.
How broken would the system have to get for most people to stop believing in it? Before you answer, check out Charles Hugh Smith's essay "Who's Going to Fix What's Broken."
This one is for anybody who like to zoom out for the big picture view of what's happening in our world. Thomas Luongo provides the big questions we should all be asking geopolitically.
Lax gun laws are not the reason we see killing sprees. As Stephen Baskerville explains, the real reason why mass shooters kill is something so controversial that few people dare say it out loud.
The ruling class and media calls for gun control are supposedly based in a desire to "protect" us from harm. Brandon Smith says, recent events only reinforce our need for gun rights and community militias.