It's getting harder to believe the folks who claim it's necessary to push for more intense Covid lockdowns and mandates. Jon Miltimore explains that this is especially the case when there are real world examples like Denmark where cases are down 60% since the government there lifted all Covid restrictions.
The most interesting thing about tyranny is that it cannot simply be imposed upon us. We have to consent to live under it. Andrew Napolitano says the Constitution can only limit government's influence so much. The rest is up to us.
Isn't it strange how despite the insistence that we "follow the science," there is dissent among doctors and medical personnel regarding the CDC's pronouncements and directives. Ted Noel is an M.D. and he tackles the question of why so many doctors choose to go along with Covid panic porn and CDC prescriptions.
As hard as it is to accept that the landscape around us has changed, the reality seems inescapable. This means that many of the familiar institutions of Western Civilization have either been altered or done away with. Paul Rosenberg has a pretty straightforward description of what remains in the public square.
Finding yourself at your wit's end lately? It's not surprising, given the high drama diet we've all been force-fed for the past 19 months. Annie Holmquist has some solid advice on finding your way out when you're at your wit's end.
Are you noticing the steadily rising prices at the store? Hang on to your hat, there are more price hikes approaching. Kerry Lutz says get ready for non-transitory inflation and lists 10 items that are about to shoot up in price.