The most discouraging aspect of the age of COVID is how it has brought out the worst in some people. Patrick West explains how the pandemic has empowered the petty among us.
A second deadly virus is running rampant throughout American society and its damage could last for generations. Jeff Minnick explains the dangers–and the cure–for IDVID-2020.
It’s fashionable these days to portray those who are pushing back against authoritarian lockdown policies as selfish, knuckle-dragging contrarians. What’s less common is an authentic understanding of what our natural rights are and why they matter in both good times and bad times. Judge Andrew Napolitano has an excellent explanation.
In my opinion, one of the most accurate measures of good character can be found in our willingness to use persuasion rather than coercion in our interactions with others. When we strip away all the labels and tribal identities, these are the only two dynamics that really matter.