If you want to be free, you’re going to have to work at it. Here’s some good news from the encrypted messaging platform Telegram about two new web apps that allow you to bypass big tech censorship.
One of the great blessings of free market economics is that it encourages people to care for you without having to care about you. Art Carden has a very solid example of what this looks like and why we should be grateful.
It’s easy to get hung up on party labels when we should be more focused on the principles at stake. John Stossel has an excellent article about how society is richer and more accepting thanks to libertarian ideas.
Our nation’s growing economic concerns are being blamed on the coronavirus but that’s a red herring. As Kent McManigal explains, so many of our economic woes can be traced back to specific government policies. He says government owes business a sincere apology.
What does it look like when people stop asking permission and start reclaiming their rights? Here’s a story out of Arizona where a school board abruptly canceled a scheduled meeting over removing its mask mandate and parents, under Roberts Rules of Order, voted them out and voted in a new board. This is what scares the political class to death–the realization that their limited power is given (and taken) only by the consent of the governed.