Language, in the mouth of a politician, serves to distort rather than clarify the meaning of a given policy. Brad Polumbo explains how the latest $2 trillion “infrastructure” spending bill is little more than a smokescreen for implementing wasteful partisan spending.
As much as we may not want to believe it, our moment of choice is approaching. Will vaccine passports become the mandatory badge of compliance in society? Michelle Malkin has an excellent article on the global trace and track regime that is being constructed.
For most of our lives, we’ve been conditioned to see things through a partisan lens that neatly arranges every issue in terms of red vs. blue or conservative vs. progressive. As Jeff Minnick explains, in reality, most of the conflicts we see are based in the dynamic of the collectivists vs. the rest of us. Once you recognize this pattern, it’s impossible to unsee it.
What’s the difference between passion and wisdom? It’s shocking how many people fail to make a distinction between them. Once the difference is understood, it becomes clear that intemperate minds cannot be free.
The military coup taking place in Myanmar is pretty disturbing to see. It’s also a powerful reminder of what’s taking place much closer to home–even if we’d rather not admit it. Jacob Hornberger spells out Myanmar’s lesson for America.