As often as I warn about the hazards of putting too much faith in what our corporate media is telling us, I worry that the goal of seeking out truth is obscured by the frustration I feel toward purveyors of deception. Jeff M. Lewis reminds us that we cannot allow ourselves to become divorced from the truth and wedded to the lies we've been told.
The buffalo-horn-wearing painted shaman who strutted around the inside of the U.S. Capitol on January 6 has been sentenced to more than 3 years in prison. Meanwhile, the Capitol Police officer who killed an unarmed protester faces no consequences whatsoever. Something is off here. Kent McManigal remind us that the U.S. Capitol belongs to the people and not to the parasites that have made it their home.
"The consent of the governed" is a phrase that should be on the lips of every person who takes his or her freedom seriously. Judge Andrew Napolitano poses some timely questions about how Leviathan is working to destroy what remains of our liberty.
There's no doubt that a certain degree of zealotry has taken hold in our society. Jackson P. Chamberlain wonders if our unreasonable times will require that each of us embrace our own inner zealot to defend what must be defended.
I want to be optimistic. But when I see stories like the one about the couple from Plain City, Ohio who are facing jail time for leaving two small stickers outside their local library, I have to wonder how much farther until we hit rock bottom. It's incidents like this that best illustrate how deeply the public psychosis about Covid runs.
China has grown into a significant role on the world stage over the past few generations. Now its leader Xi Jinping has released a resolution regarding that nation's future that some are calling a new Communist Manifesto. Pepe Escobar explains why this is a development worth keeping an eye on.
The most solid currency in most of our lives can be found in our relationships with others. Paul Rosenberg sounds a warning about how our relationships have been defiled and cheapened and what we can do about it.
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