If nothing else, 2020 has been a year that has helped most of us clarify what matters most in our lives. John W. Whitehead has a timely column on how to celebrate Thanksgiving in the midst of toxic politics and Covid-19 lockdowns.
Sometimes the best remedy for a bad situation is to simply maintain our ability to laugh. This is especially important when it comes to resisting totalitarianism. Annie Holmquist explains how a sense of humor can be an effective form of resistance to those-who-know-best.
The pandemic we’re currently experiencing is as much a social one as it is a medical one. Both will end eventually, but the social one only ends when the fear subsides. Ryan McMaken says this means that the pandemics are over when we say they are over.
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me for our weekly discussion of current events. We talk about the importance of hacking at the root when it comes to resisting being assimilated by the Covid-19 Borg. We also take a closer look at the current election melodrama and how to sort fact from fiction in a time of near universal deceit.