Here's one of the better articles you'll encounter this week. Gary M. Galles takes a closer look at so-called "weasel words" that can mislead us. Specifically, he examines the question, do I own what is mine?
If doing the right thing is a higher priority than simply getting your way, you'll appreciate what Albert J. Nock had to say on the subject. Richard M. Ebeling shares his analysis of Nock's essay written nearly a century ago.
The organized efforts against free speech have been regrouping since the covid hysteria has worn off. Now, Kit Knightly warns that the Israel-Hamas "war" is being used as an excuse to shut down free speech.
It's no secret that many parents choose homeschooling because of the harms they perceive coming from public schools. Kerry McDonald sets late night comedian John Oliver straight on why homeschoolers don't need more regulation.
Article of the Day:
Brandon Smith claims Article of the Day honors for 2 days in a row with his latest column in which he warns about the trap we're being led into via the latest war in the Middle East. He warns of the wave of repercussions that are headed our way.