Our weekly reality check with fellow WrongThinker Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos is always a worthwhile discussion. We cover the latest variant fear storm that has been unleashed as well as how the U.S. 'gun culture' stacks up against the rest of the world along with some timely automotive news.
The drumbeat of fear has really picked up in the last week or so and we're facing the choice of trusting those pounding the drum or believing our own eyes and ears. Paul Rosenberg suggests 7 simple things you can do to cut through the fear and reclaim your life.
People who learn about history are a lot harder to fool than those who don't. Martin Armstrong does a marvelous comparison of the federalist v. anti-federalist/vaccinated v. unvaccinated struggle for control.
We may be a few days past Thanksgiving but Thomas Luongo has a fantastic essay on how being thankful is the key to victory over the Davos crowd. A growing number of people are losing faith in the systems that seek to rule us. That's great news.
You've likely experienced contact-less shopping at one or more places. Lawrence M. Vance says this is an idea that would translate well into our interactions with government. Namely, we should be moving toward contact-less government as we reclaim our freedoms.
One of the keys to maintaining your sanity in times of upheaval is to stop obsessing over the things we don't have the power to change and to focus on what we can do. Ron Paul says this includes reducing our expectations of government.
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