A lot of eyes are on the Kyle Rittenhouse case as a verdict may be coming soon. There are many lessons to be learned from this case but one of the biggest is that the media has thrown its credibility away even as the prosecution's case has collapsed.
Annie Holmquist has a refreshing and insightful take on the Rittenhouse matter. Check out her essay on Kyle Rittenhouse and the individual's choice to take the witness stand. It's a powerful example of how standing up and speaking the truth--even at great personal risk--should inspire each of us.
The riots and destruction caused by violent communists across America last year were hardly the "fiery but mostly peaceful protests" that our legacy media claimed they were. Peter D'Abrosca begs us to stand up for our communities and not to cede the streets to militant Marxists.
It's no secret that cattle ranchers and farmers have been under attack by animal rights and environmental groups for a long time. Now as food prices are climbing ever higher, Mindy Patterson asks if animal rights extremists are transforming agriculture in America's heartland.
The sweeping vax mandates that the Biden administration is attempting to impose on the workforce represent a massive departure from the legitimate role of government--which is to protect our natural rights. The Brownstone Institute has compiled some key excerpts from the 5th Circuit federal appeals court's recent judgment that highlight just a few of the reasons these mandates are unwise and unnecessary.
As uncomfortable as it may be, the parallels between Weimar Germany and modern America are pretty striking. It's not simply a matter of authoritarian attitudes. As D.G. Hewitt explains, the parallels are most clear in how each society has made a conscious decision to abandon their moral foundations. Brace yourself and take a look at 17 reasons why Germany's Weimar Republic was a party-lover's paradise.
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