The U.S. government is doing a lot of things all over the world in your name and mine. Pat Buchanan asks a question that any citizen worth his or her salt should be willing to ask of their elected representatives: What is America’s cause in the world? Truth be told, our nation’s foreign policy doesn’t seem to reflect much of anything that pertains to the American citizenry or voting public.
Do you believe in the freedom fairy? The question may sound facetious but it accurately depicts how some people view casting their vote. Jeff Thomas explains how this mindset is contributing to the decline of formerly great first world nations.
Perhaps it’s just the season but there’s a surprising amount of people who are simply obsessed with what others might or might not be thinking. Walter Block takes on the question of whether or not we should recognize “hate crimes” and his response is one worth considering.
At long last, face masks are beginning to go out of fashion–at least for some. Allan Stevo continues to offer some of the best advice on how to work around those businesses who’ve chosen to hang on to mask mandates for their customers. His latest essay lays out why it’s bad to mention the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to justify your decision not to wear one.