Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins us to talk about current events. We discuss what hypochondria is and how it has been weaponized.
Nowhere is our growing dystopia becoming more visible than in the calls for a reality czar to oversee the battle against unapproved opinions. Frank Furedi poses the question: Who gets to decided what is real?
For those of us who wish to claim our natural rights, it’s unsettling to see how many of the people around us are willing to violate those rights in the name of some perceived “good.” Kent McManigal reminds us that a little bit of good doesn’t justify evil actions–even if with the best of intentions.
Hot on the heels of angry assertions that the 2020 general election was the most “transparent” and “above board” election within memory, comes the Time magazine article that suggests exactly the opposite. As Annie Holmquist explains, when you have to manipulate, fix and “fortify” in order to get the result you wanted, your election is less than open and honest.