Show Notes for May 11, 2022
As ugly as our political process is becoming, there is still immense power in the ideas and ideals of freedom and liberty. Jacob Hornberger affirms that we can win.
Watching Twitter evolve from celebrating free speech to becoming literal thought police has been as informative as it has disturbing. Jon Sanders warns, this tweet contains speech.
As more and more people awaken to the damage done by the covid response, we need to be gentle with them. Kate McColl explains what rehabilitating the covid generation will require.
There's no nice way to say it: The U.S. government seems determined to start World War III by actively participating in and fueling Ukraine's conflict with Russia. Monica Showalter says Biden's drift is getting dangerous.
If you prefer your news straight up with no sugar coating, James Howard Kunstler always gets to the point. He asks, got the heebie-jeebies?
Some people thrive on being scolds and busybodies. The Z-man says busybodies beware, your tools to target others for censorship are about to be taken away.
There can be no doubt that we are in a fight for our freedoms and our way of life. Allan Stevo asks, do you want to matter more in this fight? He has some solid ideas for how to do that.
In addition to the other challenges at hand, it's beginning to look like we'll be facing power shortages this summer. Jon Miltimore has a great take on the limits of green energy.