If you had asked me a few months ago what the most precious commodity was at that moment, I’d probably have answered: toilet paper. Today, my answer would be: our most precious commodity is the truth–especially in regard to the damage done by government-mandated coronavirus policies. Dr. Scott Atlas asks, will the truth on COVID restrictions really prevail?
On the bright side, questioning the official lockdown narrative gets easier every time we see hypocritical politicians violating their own coronavirus restrictions. John Stossel has a great column on the growing list of inconsistencies.
Believe it or not, one of the most enslaving things we do to ourselves is to care too much about what others think of us. Kent McManigal has some very solid advice on the matter: Care what some people think–not what everyone thinks.
Getting the sense that our society is moving away from freedom and toward totalitarianism? How can you be sure that’s what’s happening? For that matter, what can you do about it? Annie Holmquist has an enlightening take on what to expect when you’re expecting totalitarianism.