10-26-2020 The Bryan Hyde hour two

Now is the perfect opportunity to get your house in order, now is the time. Robert Wheeler lists out the 9 food items that are becoming harder to find in the U.S.

I don’t know a single person who hasn’t felt tested to their limits this year. That can make it tough to look to the future with a sense of hope. Take heart, my fellow wrongthinker, George F. Smith makes a solid case against pessimism.

Each of us should aspire to hone our critical thinking skills. Being capable of thinking clearly and independently during a time of crisis is among the highest duties of citizenship. To this end, Paul Rosenberg is doing an ongoing primer in recognizing and avoiding common fallacies. This week he explains the “either-or” fallacy and how to avoid it.

You don’t have to be an economist to appreciate the majesty of the free market when it comes to solving problems. Per Bylund has a great essay on why there’s no such thing as a coercive monopoly in a free market.

No matter how tyrannical the measures to combat Covid-19 become, there are those who will push for more. Phillip W. Magness has put together a solid critique of the sketchy claims of those calling for a mask mandate.

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