I’ve long maintained that politics poisons whatever it touches. A good example of what this looks like can be seen in how the mingling of medicine with politics is laying the groundwork for medical-based tyranny. Jeff Minnick explains how politics is killing medicine.
Actions really do speak louder than words. Especially when the elite keep insisting that we do what they tell us or else. Glenn Greenwald has an excellent article on the recent Met gala where masked servants tended to the needs of the unmasked elite. And he warns that this is the shape of things to come.
What is the real purpose of government? The way a person answers this question will offer real insight into their understanding of the principles and practices of liberty. J.D. Tuccille observes that whatever government is good at doing, most Americans agree that it’s doing a terrible job of protecting their civil liberties.
With the unprecedented power grab taking place virtually everywhere right now, keep an eye out for any attempts to further limit or outlaw the exercise of the right to keep and bear arms. Gabriella Hoffman points out a growing threat to undermine the Second Amendment’s restrictions on government power by going after firearms-related websites.
Keeping your head in the midst of widespread panic isn’t easy. Politicians understand this and they know that every crisis spells opportunity to consolidate more power over the populace. Kent McManigal warns that the U.S. may be one panic away from disaster.