As the world continues to spin out of control, it's a good time to evaluate the relationships around you and to choose your team wisely. The Good Citizen has some great advice on how to build your own wolf pack.
Maybe this is a bit too close to Hollywood or political gossip but the Elon Musk and Twitter saga has been very revealing. Andrea Widburg explains how between Musk and Project Veritas, Twitter's mask is being removed.
Do you still believe that our government is working to represent you and your interests? J.B. Shurk has a marvelous take on how Americans and their government have become divided by a common language.
Ready for some good news? A combination of awareness and memes has caused the DHS to pull the plug on its newly created ministry of truth. Lovers of free speech owe Jack Posobiec a debt of gratitude.
The first and best shelter from this world's figurative storms is found within the family. Annie Holmquist has some excellent advice on how to raise kids who don't have daddy issues.
How bad do authoritarians want to exert control over you and your children? As Kerry McDonald explains, bad enough for MSNBC to claim that homeschooling is driven by insidious racism.
Is this the year you discover the joy of growing more of your own food? Simon Black has some thought on the coming food crisis and advises that developing your gardening skills is never a bad idea.
If you didn't catch George W. Bush's recent gaffe about "brutal, unjustified" invasions, it was a perfect teaching moment. The Z-man has a great summary of how the war-mongers among us are losing their minds.