A friend posted something very thoughtful on Facebook earlier today. Here’s a brief excerpt: “It’s time to turn off the noise streaming from controlled public servants in compromised positions and make the decisions that will keep your families safe and alive.
It’s not time to listen to the endless bantering and threatening between political parties, it’s time to get your food, clothing, water, defensive tools and backbones straightened.
In the world’s history this moment has come many times and people have found safety from Mao, Hitler, Castro, bombings, wars, civil unrest, and what ever else you can think of, because they acted while everyone else was waiting to see what would happen. Even when in the midst of such unrest, hope and miracles are available.”
There is an overabundance of fear all around us right now and it’s leading many people to make hasty decisions that bring long-term consequences. Donald J. Boudreaux explains how fear is a viral monster and why we should resist it as vigorously as we’re trying to resist the coronavirus.
Back to school time is upon us and there are many who are having a bit of a gut check over what’s being required of them and their kids. If you’re considering homeschooling, take a look at this advice from Paul Rosenberg. He spells out the good and the bad and he speaks from experience.
If you’re worried about cancel culture erasing history, it might not be a bad idea to start building your own library, in your own home. High school student Thomas Ullman makes a convincing argument that cancel culture is jeopardizing his education.
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