Want to be a better advocate of the truth? Learn how to recognize and avoid common fallacies that allow us to be misled. Paul Rosenberg’s weekly essay series on fallacies is a great way to learn about the common rhetorical sleight of hand that we’re likely to encounter.
Not a day goes by where I don’t find myself feeling real gratitude for the principled voices out there who are willing to speak the truth as they understand it. Donald J. Boudreaux pays tribute to the influence Leonard E. Read had on him and why he’s willing to break silence on tyranny at a time when far too many people are afraid to speak up.
One of the most grave injustices of the past year has been the assault on our right to earn a living. Ethan Yang has an informative essay that explains where this threat originates and how long it’s been going on.
The insurrection narrative is crumbling. Why do the folks in power seem to be clinging to it every more tightly? Glenn Greenwald has an informed take on the matter.