There are good ideas and then there are ideas that are so “good” that people must be forced to adopt them. Jeffrey A. Tucker highlights a case where a Florida court sanely rules against political force involving masks.
For all the talk about how segregation was wicked, we sure seem to be implementing a two-tiered society with dwindling rights for those who aren’t part of the favored crowd. Of course, this time it’s based on who’s vaccinated versus who isn’t, rather than on skin color. Still seems shady.
No matter how out of control the world may appear, your example matters more than you might think. Consider the times when someone else has given you the encouragement you needed to stay strong. Allan Stevo has a marvelous column about the importance of being a rock for another.