Lots of things to keep an eye on today. Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos stops by to talk about what's noteworthy in current events.
Some of the biggest headlines right now seem to be intended to distract us from weightier matters at hand. Paul Rosenberg is asking the right question when he ponders, are we ready for a sovereign debt crisis?
This may be one of the most sobering and introspective essays I've seen on what was set in motion 3 years ago with the lockdowns. Jeffrey A. Tucker describes the day the sunrise was a curse.
The word "secession" makes some folks really queasy. Michael J. Lee points out that with certain states and the wealth already making an exit, it's not a matter of "what if" so much as a matter of "what now?"
Charity cannot be the product of forced giving it must be a voluntary act. Joel Lim asks and answers the question of how does government welfare stack up against private charity?