One of the best things Trump could do on his way out of office is pardon some of the individuals unjustly persecuted by the US government over the past few years. At the top of this list should be Edward Snowden. John Stossel has a worthwhile piece that examines whether Snowden is a hero or a traitor.
One of the saddest indicators of whiny, woke self-indulgence can be seen in the dogmatic insistence that everything that came before us was wrong/racist. As L.Q. Cinncinatus explains, even the film White Christmas is a triggering event rather than a holiday favorite.
Here’s a story that’s likely to trigger folks all over the political spectrum. It’s an essay from Alice Calder that explains how “buy American” is a seriously misguided economic policy supported by both Biden and Trump.
One of the side effects of utilizing Zoom conferencing as a way to conduct school and work is that it’s apparently driving a crisis in self-absorption. Anders Koskinen has a fascinating take on the growing demand for plastic surgery that’s being seen all over the world.
How’s your Christmas joy doing this year? It’s understandable that celebrations seem a bit muted in 2020. Annie Holmquist reminds us that the joy of Christmas is still very much there. We may have to adjust our focus, ever so slightly, in order to see it.