The idea that the political class has leveraged fear over the Covid-19 pandemic into control over the public isn't just a conspiracy theory. Scott Morefield explains how this is evident to any person who recognizes that governments have lost the war against the virus.
The various mandates being forced upon us don't just violate our freedom of conscience and personal autonomy, they cross a number of ethical and moral lines as well. J.B. Shurk says medical experimentation and collective punishment are, in fact, war crimes.
If you're not familiar with the term "cargo cult science" it's one that should be added to your lexicon. James E. Hanley explains how superstition and pseudoscience have found their way into our scientific institutions.
What is the best defense against violence? Most people would be tempted to answer, "more violence." Max Borders has an interesting take on this question. He says morality does more to stop violence than living in a Mad Max mentality does.
When an idea is so good that it must be made mandatory, it's not really a good idea at all. This is especially true when it comes to "dealing with the unvaccinated" as if they're causing harm. Dr. Michael Accad gives a scholarly response to the question: Are the unvaccinated a threat to others?
Now that the 20th anniversary of 9/11 has come and gone, it's time for a no-nonsense evaluation of what we have learned over the past 20 years. Ron Paul doesn't bother sugar-coating his take: Twenty years on, we've learned nothing from 9/11.