As a guy whose success hasn’t gone to his clothes, fashion has always been a pretty low priority for me. Collette from the Frugalite has a great take on why fast fashion isn’t frugal and why buying long-lasting clothing is a smart move.
I sure don’t mean to challenge the highest paid federal employee who also just happens to be science incarnate, but here’s a compilation of more than 400 studies on the failure of compulsory Covid interventions. Looks like Dr. Fauci isn’t the only one out there trying to save lives.
Anyone who has read Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” has likely wondered if it’s time to head out to Galt’s Gulch to escape the growing madness of our society. Bretigne Shaffer says, we’re already there and there are numerous ways of fighting back from where we are.
Here’s something to consider the next time you’re feeling frustrated with rising gas prices. Those sitting at the top of the political class seem determined to dismantle the fossil fuels industry as quickly as possible. Ronald Stein details the many ways that Biden lacks understanding of oil’s contributions to civilization.
The rage and destructive division that appears to be growing in our society is largely being fueled by racial polarization. Sheldon Richman warns that this racial polarization is poison and that each of us should be speaking out against it.