No show today. I woke up with a sore throat that felt like I've been eating broken glass and thumbtacks and washing it down with gasoline. But here are my show notes for your consideration:
The baby formula crisis is proving as instructive as it is concerning. Jon Miltimore explains how the government created the baby formula shortage and what we can learn from it.
The folks attending the World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland sure seem to speak for the common man, don't they? Jordan Schachtel points out that they're just like us, narrative compliant, triple vaxxed and able to cough up $100k or more to be there.
The ruling class found the pandemic to be a marvelous opportunity to consolidate control over the populace. Now they're looking for their next opportunity. Dr. Aaron Kheriaty warns that the World Health Organization treaty is tied to a global digital passport and ID system.
We're all about to learn the importance of being producers rather than simply consumers. Dr. Robert Malone says it's time for the victory garden to make a comeback.
The Marxists among us have been pretty busy of late. But are they the greatest threat we face? Frederick Hink says, forget the Marxists, it's the fascism of the WEF and its syndicate members that is worrisome.