I've probably disagreed with David French about 90% of the time. Having said that, I strongly encourage you to read his essay on how a commitment to kindness doesn't mean surrendering your convictions.
At the risk of spreading gossip, Elon Musk is stepping up in a big way to build a hardcore legal team to push back against those trying to put a gag on him. Andrea Widburg describes how Musk is going on the offensive.
On a related note, watching Elon Musk get red-pilled in realtime has been an eye-opener for many others who are seeking higher ground. Roger Kimball explains the signs and portents of Musk's growing political maturity.
You've no doubt caught wind of the growing media fervor over monkey pox. Mike Whitney points out how convenient this outbreak is just as the World Health Organization is seeking greater power. He says, "Fool me twice, shame on me."
It may be a fictional story but after reading Ira Katz's review of the C.S. Lewis story "That Hideous Strength" I want to read the book myself. It's a tall story of how demonic desires influence a respected and ordinary profession.