Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by for our weekly catch-up. Come enjoy an island of sanity in a sea of irrationality.
Will the individuals who inflicted the most harm on the world these past two years succeed in avoiding accountability for their actions? Jordan Schachtel says there is a serious effort to hold the bad guys accountable.
Could part of the dysfunction of our society be a result of too many people seeing the world through dark lenses? Paul Rosenberg has a great solution and explanation that starts with learning how to love.
If you were awakened from having been in a coma for the past 10 years how much of our world would you even still recognize? Jeffrey Folks warns about the ugliest form of antagonism that has taken hold in our society.
If you've grown weary of the rhetorical incontinence that follows every highly publicized shooting spree, here's a commentary you need to hear. The Good Citizen lays out the shoot first, think never approach favored by the MSM and the political class.
There are many questions that need to be answered regarding the police response during the Uvalde school shootings. Annie Holmquist explains how bureaucracy doesn't allow courage.
Isn't it odd how offended some people become whenever someone questions the official narrative? Caitlin Johnstone offers 10 times that empire managers showed us that they want to control our thoughts.