Isn't it interesting how, during the past year and a half, we've all been trained to classify people by profession, stigmatize the sick and now to demonize the noncompliant? Jeffrey A. Tucker says the purges have begun and a new kind of medical puritanism is taking shape.
The Biden vaccine mandates are getting more pointless by the day. Watch for more and more aspects of our lives to become subject to further mandates as everything becomes a "public health emergency" that justifies claiming even more government control.
It's astonishing how hard the political class is pushing to consolidate its power over the people. It's bad enough when these power-seekers and opportunists are trying to dominate foreign countries. As Mike Maharrey warns, Washington D.C.'s power over the states is looking more imperial by the day.
I'm sad to say that First Amendment Day has come and gone and I didn't formally celebrate it. Jan Neuharth reminds us that while we may say we cherish the First Amendment's protections, few Americans could name the five freedoms specifically protected.
The value of becoming a life-long learner is immense. Instilling solid learning habits at an early age is a major accomplishment for a teenager. Andrew and Dani Palmer have created a remarkable course for young people in their Kristina Academy. They join me for a conversation about how a liberal arts education helps each of us become a better human being.
This is one of those stories that I hesitate to share because I don't want to make anyone fearful. If you've wondered about the growing number of empty store shelves lately, here are some answers. Michael Snyder has spoken to an industry insider about what's causing the shortages. He also notes that even the mainstream media is beginning to use terms like "worsening" and "foreseeable future" to describe the growing shortages.