With our divisions so deep that we clearly have two nations living within the same borders, perhaps the time has come for a conscious decoupling. Max Borders makes a strong case that it's time for America to break up, albeit peacefully.
The fanatical intensity with which the "woke" proselytize the rest of us can accurately described as a kind of religious fervor. Michael Shellenberger has a fascinating article--complete with visual aids--that beautifully illustrates why wokeness is a religion. Maybe it's time to revisit the separation of church and state on this matter.
By now it should be clear that governments use global crises in order to take more control over our lives. Doug Casey says, sometimes the crisis may be real but the current crop of opportunists and power-seekers may have finally overplayed their hand.
Not to sound dramatic but the phrase "winter is coming" has a whole different feel given some of the things beginning to take shape around us. CJ Hopkins warns that the folks determined to impose the new normal on us are trying to whip us into a state of mass hysteria over a virus. We don't have to fight them head on, we just have to refuse to abandon our principles until the Spring arrives.
Have you been convinced that everything that came before us was wrong? Anthony J. DeBlasi reminds us that the mindless attempt to remake America is nothing more than run-of-the-mill Marxism seeking to dethrone thousands of years of Divine wisdom.
Laws for thee but not for me? Many of us breathed a sigh of relief when a federal court last week put the brakes on the Biden administration's vax mandates for employers. Now the White House is telling businesses to ignore that court order. Jon Miltimore spells out why such action is incompatible with properly limited government.
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