Lockdowns are finally lifting but the fog of misinformation is much slower to dissipate. Jon Miltimore has an eye-opening article on how many Americans are wildly misinformed about the risk of hospitalization due to COVID.
There are many voices who have been warning for generations that our liberties are under attack. Given the current increased effort to consolidate more power in the hands of the ruling systems, Judge Andrew Napolitano has some questions regarding who will keep our liberties safe.
There are lessons to be learned in the wake of the Boulder, CO supermarket mass murder. Kent McManigal says one of the biggest lessons is to never go anywhere unarmed when politicians are actively pushing gun control. That’s when these events seem to occur.
By the way, the MSM is nothing, if not predictable, in feverishly advancing their pet policies whenever someone one goes on a murderous rampage. Alexander Riley has penned a memo to the Woke Revolution as to how these things are to be exploited for political advantage. It’s definitely worth a read.
I’m not trying to start any rumors here but have you noticed how prices are rising lately? A prudent individual might want to start thinking a little more deeply about monetary policy and how to protect yourself against the ravages of inflation. George Selgin has some fascinating food for thought from Lawrence White on the idea of private gold mints.
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