Here's a question we're all likely encountering on a regular basis: Is censorship justified if enough people consider an opinion erroneous? Barry Brownstein asks, are we choosing 'living truth' or 'dead dogma?'
A sure sign that reality has been inverted can be seen how abstract things like "hate" are vigorously punished while genuine crime is not. Robert Weissberg explains what has happened to our criminal code.
Call me a conspiracy nut, if you must, but the current efforts to reduce/halt farming in order to address "climate change" appear to be expanding. Elizabeth Nickson reminds us of the connection between farming, food and our future.
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