For all the talk about saving "our democracy" it's pretty obvious that the folks using this phrase don't have a clue what that means. Chris Hedges advises, stop pretending that the U.S. is a functioning democracy when it's not.
To really understand the monetary situation that we face, you have to know a thing or two about central banking. Paul Rosenberg has a great explanation of how democracy empowers central banking.
It may not be cause for celebration, but a summons for jury duty should never be treated as an imposition either. Nathan Tschepik reminds us that good jurors nullify bad laws.
What's happening to farmers in the Netherlands is an indicator of what's in store for us. Peter Imanuelsen spells out how the Dutch government is shutting down 11,200 farms to meet climate goals.
The only thing worse than getting all riled up, is when we allow someone else to get us all riled up. Dr. Robert W. Malone has a powerful essay on how business models based on fear and rage are bad for your health.